Janice Louise Kizee was born on November 30, 1944 in Los Angeles, California to the late James and Aleane Kizee (Long). Janice was baptized at Taylors Chapel, Vallejo, California where she accepted Christ at an early age. Janice attended school in California and was a strong believer in the power of education. After graduating from high school, she went to college and received a Bachelor’s in Science and completed her education in 1974 with a Nursing Degree (BSN).
While still in high school, Janice met and fell in love with Leon Brumfield. In 1963 they were married. Shortly after they created a family. Two beautiful daughters and a loving son - Cynthia, Reginald and Felicia. Although the marriage didn’t survive, through God the friendship and love prevailed. In 1973, Janice married James T Hall. They were married for over thirty years and during that time traveled all around the world. From this union, Janice gained a stepdaughter, Aletha Hall and a wonderful stepson, James Hall Jr.
Janice had a distinguished career in the nursing profession and fulfilled her dreams of a servant. She also completed her goal that few people can/could achieve. She worked in every field of nursing. Janice was also an Entrepreneur of Jantee Enterprise (Furniture Store) and Parkford Home Health agency to name a few. Due to her illness, Janice retired in 2008 and has been under the care of her dedicate and loving family ever since. As Janice illness progressed her level of care increase she required total patient care.
Janice passed on Monday, June 17, 2019 at her home in Cedar Hill, Texas surrounded by her loving family.
She leaves to Cherish her memory two daughters Cynthia Davis and Felicia Vaughn (Dwayne), a son Reginald Brumfield, James Hall Jr. (step-son), Aletha Hall (step-daughter);seven granddaughters; Diamond Vaughn, Ciarra Vaughn Spates (Eugene), Crystal McCovery, Wryann Brumfield, Dana Davis, Wreyna Brumfield, Cherish Janah Vaughn; One grandson, Danny Davis Jr.; Three great grandchildren; Adrian, Audrey and Zane, whom she adored.