June 8, 1942 ~ November 21, 2010

Born in: Buncombe Co.,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Janet Dorothy North, 68, of Adams Hill Rd., Asheville died on Sunday, November 21, 2010 at her home. A native of Buncombe Co., Ms. North was a daughter of the late John Robert and Amanda Leona Brown North. She was also preceded in death by six of her siblings. Ms. North enjoyed crocheting, and loved gardening and her flowers. She was a member of Erwin Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church. She is survived by her daughters, Tracy Stanley, Vicky Early, and Cathy Garrison; son, John Edward Carney; sister, Betty Warf; brother, Ed North; eleven grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Her family will receive friends from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening at Groce Funeral Home on Patton Ave. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Eblen Foundation, 12 Regent Park Blvd., Asheville, NC 28806.

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  1. This is the time of year we should be swapping our Thanksgiving recipes and looking forward to our familey get togethers. I guess Grandpa and Grandma,Moma,Uncle Homer, Uncle Larry, and Uncle Bob wanted you to be home with them for Thanksgiving.

    I will miss you so much and I’ll always carry you in my Heart and Memories.. Give everyone a Great Big Hug, tell everyone I Love them and to take good care of MY SWEET AUNTIE.

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  2. It’s another holiday and another loss. Dot was a good woman,we always had a good laugh when we were around her even at sad occaisions.The family keeps getting smaller and smaller.At least we know that she’s in the best of company.Aunt Leona,Uncle John,Uncle Homer,Aunt China and daddy,(Uncle Ed)will be glad to see her.We’ll spend this holiday season knowing that we have one more guardian angel looking over us.
    Mike & Karen Brown

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  3. It’s the holiday season and it’s sad to lose yet another family member but at least we can give thanks that Aunt Dot is with Papaw, Uncle Larry,and everyone that we so dearly miss yet again this year.
    Aunt Dot you will forever be missed and loved! Love LeeBird!

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  4. I Miss You,i’ll never forget you.please don’t forget me,i’ll never forget us sharing the happy and fun/funny moments&i’ll always remember evry story you told me and i’ll hold them close forever. I Love U Moma. RIP-w/out us screamig&hollering Lol. 😀

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  5. I myself may not have known you, but I knew your grand daughter. i was told by her how much of an amazing woman you were and still are. It is saddening to know your gone, you were loved so much by many, and I know you always are every day. I pray god will know the of all the good you have done and are.

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  6. To My Mother, Heaven has welcomed another Angel home. Though we may have had our differences from time to time, We always loved each other. Sharing secrets and terrible jokes, laughing till we cried, drinking gallons of coffee, losing our loved ones, comforting and scolding one another, these are my most most cherished memories of you..I Love You Ma ♥

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