Janice Bartlett (Reeves), age 82, of Stillwater OK, passed away on July 10th, 2023, at Stillwater Medical Center with family by her side. Janice was born on December 8th, 1940, to Jesse Arville & Beulah Chloe (Treat) Reeves in Glencoe, OK. Janice grew up in Glencoe and attended Glencoe Public School, where she graduated in 1958. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on July 22, 2023 at Glencoe Church of Christ 124 W. Shell St., Glencoe. A meal will follow for the family and close friends, provided by the Glencoe Church of Christ.
Janice attended the Glencoe Church of Christ with her family as a child and for many years as an adult. She loved working with the youth group in the Whirly Bird's class and volunteering her time to help others. Later in life, Janice joined the Sunnybrook Christian Church in Stillwater OK and was an active member for 30 years. However, in recent years she returned to the Glencoe Church of Christ.
In 1968, Janice started her career at Oklahoma State University Physical Plant, now Facilities Management. Janice worked for OSU for 36 years before retiring in 2004.
Janice had a big heart, she loved caring for others and had a way of making everyone feel welcome. She loved socializing with her friends and family and playing games, especially if she was winning.
Janice is preceded in death by her parents, her sister and brother-in-law Floyd and Ruby Flowers, her brother Jack Reeves, and her nephew Dean Harwick. She is survived by her sister Mary Harwick and sister-in-law Martha Reeves, nephews and nieces, Michael Flowers, Carol Flowers, Shirley and husband Billy Hodges, Susan Bastion, Terri Ross, Joe Flowers, James and wife June Reeves, Vivian and husband Donny Clary, Jonell and husband Greg Thompson, Tim and wife April Reeves, Brenda and husband Danny Ward, Kathie Melton, and many great nephews and nieces, great-great nephews and nieces, and even a few great-great-great nephews.
Although Janice never had any children, she loved her nieces and nephews as her own. She was always there for them when they needed her, never missing a birthday, life event, or special occasion, and making them all feel like they were her favorite. She will be deeply missed by all that knew and loved her.