Janet L. Cook


CAYUGA, Ind. - Janet L. Cook, 71, of Cayuga, passed away at 2:42 p.m. EDT Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute, Ind.
She was born November 8, 1947, in Clinton, Ind., the daughter of the late James M. and Betty L. (Randolph) Warnick.
Janet married Charles E. Cook on February 11, 1972, in Cayuga. He survives.
Other survivors include her daughter, Leslie (Todd) Bumpus of Covington, Ind.; son, Brad Cook of Terre Haute, Ind.; four grandchildren, Brandon (Hannah) Bumpus, Morgan Bumpus, Brandy Cook and Jazmin Cook; sister, Marjorie (Terry) Hennis of Cayuga; brother, Dale (Rhonda) Warnick of Cayuga; aunt, Connie Warnick of Kingman, Ind.; sisters-in-law, Doris Dowers, Helen Dunham, Dorothy Norman and Shirley Anderson; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Janet was preceded in death by several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Janet was a member of Cayuga Presbyterian Church. She was a 1965 graduate of Covington High School. After high school, she attended the House of James in Danville.
Janet later worked at flower shops in Kingman and Cayuga. She started working at Steel Grip in Kingman in 1993 and then the Covington plant until her retirement on May 20, 2015.
Janet loved flowers and was so talented at designing arrangements. She especially loved her family and spending time with her grandchildren.
Funeral service: 11 a.m. EDT Monday, July 15, at DeVerter Funeral Home in Cayuga. Officiating: Keith Warner. Burial: Silver Island Cemetery in rural Kingman, Ind. Visitation: 4-8 p.m. EDT Sunday, July 14, at the funeral home.
Contributions may be made to the Parke/Vermillion Humane Society, 1884 South State Road 63, Hillsdale, IN 47854. Condolences: www.deverterfuneralhome.com
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Published on July 10, 2019
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