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Janice Nell Clark Baker

Robert Byrd, Sunset Memorial Park

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Janice Nell Clark Baker


Janice Nell Clark Baker, known affectionately as Janice to all who knew her, passed away peacefully on November 27, 2023, in Dothan, Alabama. Born on April 15, 1939, in Alabama, Janice's life was a testament to the power of love, kindness, and selfless devotion.








Janice was the cherished daughter of the late Eddie Joe and Gladys Clark. Her vibrant spirit and nurturing nature were evident from a young age, and these traits only flourished as she journeyed through life.


She found her life's greatest joy in her beloved husband, Johnny W. Baker. For 68 years, together, they built a life filled with love and laughter, welcoming three wonderful children into the world: Pamela K. Baker (Bob Carter), Phillip W. Baker (Amy Cobb), and Keith A. Baker (Lynda). Janice was the cornerstone of her family, often described as the best mom anyone could ask for. Her love was a beacon that drew her family together, ensuring that they were always united, no matter what life threw their way.


Janice's legacy includes her six adored grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, who will carry forward her spirit of unconditional love and fiery passion for life. She was a caretaker in the truest sense, an earthly angel who touched the lives of all around her with her boundless care and affection.


Her brother, Eddie Randy Clark, remains to honor Janice's memory, a living testament to the close-knit family she so deeply cared about. Janice is predeceased not only by her parents but also by two siblings and one grandchild, each of whom she held dear in her heart.


Those who knew Janice will remember her as a firey woman, full of life and energy. She was the embodiment of love, always putting others before herself and offering a kind word or a helping hand to anyone in need. Her selflessness was her signature, a trait that earned her the admiration and respect of all who had the pleasure of knowing her.


Janice's interests were a reflection of her loving nature. She was a caretaker through and through, always ensuring that her family felt her support and affection. Her presence was a constant in their lives, a source of strength and comfort. Janice was the epitome of an earthly angel, her actions guided by a profound love for her family.


A private family gathering will be held at a later date to celebrate Janice’s life.














Robert and Toni Byrd · Sunset Memorial Park


1700 Barrington Rd, Midland City AL · (334) 983-6604






Janice Nell Clark Baker

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