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Janice Karline O’Riley

FORT WORTH-Janice Karline O’Riley passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at the age of 63.
Graveside inurnment service: 2 p.m. Sunday, May 19, 2019 at Itasca Cemetery.
Janice was born Sunday, June 26, 1955 to the late C.L. and Dorothy Faulknor in Fort Worth, Texas. She loved playing bingo and hanging out with her grandkids. She also loved her dogs, Zeus, Lady and Little Rico. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend and will remain in our hearts forever.
Janice is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Ruthie and Linda; brothers, Johnny, William and James.
Survivors: Husband of 33 years, Norvil Gilbreath; sister, Donna Faulknor; daughter, Lisa Pike and husband, Larry; granddaughter, Breanna Pike; step son, Garrett Gilbreath and wife, Christa; step granddaughter, Haley Gilbreath; step granddaughter, Morgan Gilbreath; son, Andy O’Riley and spouse, Shelley Boyd; grandson, Levi O’Riley; granddaughter, Tatum O’Riley; and many friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. . I have so many memories of us. I just know this life wont be the same with you gone. Your gonna be missed by so many. You were my rock and you knew me better than i knew myself. You were my mom and my best friend. Im gonna miss you forever. Till i see you again. I love you. Andy, Shelley And Harley Ray

  2. shirley gaultney

    To Norvill, Donna, and the rest of the Faulknor family, all of whom are my extended family, my heart is sad. I know yours are too. I lost a dear good friend. My prayers are with all of you at this time. I know she is with Jesus now and is no longer suffering. Love you all.

  3. There are no confronting words when you loss a loved one. The pain and hurt can be unbearably. But the one thing that we can hold on to is the memories and the love you shared. So love your family with all your heart and make memories, cause time is short. Karline was a true friend, she always loved me like family. And I will always keep her dear to my heart.

  4. Lisa S, formerly Mathis

    I always loved that Aunt Karline was so happy when my mom (Norvil’s sister) and my dad would come to visit them. She would always smile and laugh and hang out in the living room with us while we shared stories and played with the puppies. She always enjoyed talking about bingo nights. Although I haven’t had the chance to make too many memories with her, the ones I have will always be cherished. Condolences to my Uncle Norvil and all who are related to Aunt Karline.

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