Former Henry County Medical Center employee Janice Stanton, 67, of Buchanan died Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, at her home. No cause of death was given.
Her funeral service was Sunday at Ridgeway Funeral Home, with Jerry Lee officiating.
Pallbearers were Travis Northington, Larry Tipton, Chris Townsend, David Stanton, Jeff and Wade Tucker, and Ronnie, Jackie, Gerald and Randy Scott.
Burial was in Memorial Cemetery.
Stanton was born on April 9, 1952, in Paris. She was the daughter of the late Wayne Thomas and Addie Mae Jackson Scott.
She was married on June 26, 1971, to James Roy Stanton of Buchanan, who survives.
Along with her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Angie (Jeff) Tucker of Buchanan; two grandchildren, Sara Grace (Travis) Northington of Wahiawa, Hawaii, and Wade Tucker of Buchanan; two sisters, Jenniffer (Chris) Townsend of Paris and Sandra (Larry) Tipton of Murfreesboro; five brothers: Ronnie (Paula) Scott, Gerald (Jenna) Scott and Mike (Brenda) Scott, all of Paris, Jackie (Brenda) Scott of Hollow Rock and Randy (Jonie) Scott of Murfreesboro; two sisters-in-law, Clara (Roger) Wallace and Rosemary Roberts, both of Paris; a brother-in-law, David (Rhonda) Stanton of Paris; and several nieces and nephews.
A family member said Stanton enjoyed traveling and looking at antiques with her husband. She also enjoyed caring for her grandchildren and working in her yard.
She worked at HCMC for 41 years. She enjoyed supporting the organization Samaritan’s Purse and the Operation Christmas Child project. She was a member of First Baptist Church.
Memorials may be made to: HCMC Hospice, 311 E. Wood St., P.O. Box 1030, Paris.