Janell L.E. Granger

September 10, 2010

Janell L.E. Granger, 25; of Fulton, died Friday in Oswego.  Miss Granger was born in Oswego, NY and has been a lifetime resident of Fulton.  She was past employed with Dunkin Donuts, Fulton.  Miss Granger recently graduated in June from the Licensed Practical Nursing Program of Oswego County BOCES.  She enjoyed spending time with her daughter, family and friends.  She was pre-deceased by her maternal great grandmother Doris Jackson, maternal great grandparents Ruth and Harry Shatrau, and paternal grandparents William and Yvonne Granger.  She is survived by her daughter Dariyn J. A. Parks of Fulton,  mother:  Melissa (Paul Burdick) Granger of Fulton,  father:  Michael (Ann Fitzgerald) Granger of Scriba, NY, Maternal grandparents Yvonne and Robert Shatrau of Fulton, sibling Christopher Michael Granger of Oswego, longtime friend and companion Shawn Parks of Fulton, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.  There will be no funeral services.  Burial will be held privately at Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton.  Calling hours will be conducted 4:00 to 7:00 PM Tuesday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton.

8 thoughts on “Janell L.E. Granger

  1. Love and miss you dearly Nell! Praying for everyone that was touched by this tragic incident. I don’t understand why; everytime I think of you all I can see is a smiling face, I think that’s what makes it so hard. <3

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with this family during this emotional and trying time. My heart aches knowing another young and beautiful person has been taken from so many that loved and cared for her. What can I do except share your sadness, and give you hope that the days ahead will bring you relief from your sorrow.

    Love from the bottom of my heart,
    Mary Haines

  3. To Mike Granger and Melissa Granger I am so sorry to hear about your loss. When i read this it just tore a hole in my heart. She was just beginning her life. I know that you were very proud of her and her accomplishments. I do not know what to say except I am so sorry for your loss, I could not even imagine how you must feel….Godbless you both and I wil keep you all in my prayers

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I do know the pain you are feeling. It will never go away completely but the pain will lessen with time. You will remember her forever in your thoughts and in your heart.

  5. My heartfelt sympathy to Janell’s family. I pray she finds the peace now that she could not find on earth. I saw the good through her sometimes tough facade, and watched a great nurse emerge over the past year.
    ~ Maggie Palmer, BOCES Instructor, LPN Program

  6. melissa, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I don’t know what the circumstances were, but my heart goes out to you and your family. I know we were never very close when we worked together but I liked to consider you a friend. please accept my sincere sympathy for the loss of a dearly loved daughter. Again, I am sorry for your loss, shari

  7. My heart goes out to Janells daughter, family and friends. What a beautiful angel heaven has now. Wish she could have found an easier way to deal with whatever it was she was having trouble with. The pictures of her and her daughter always smiling and their bright blue eyes will always be remembered. I am so sorry for the pain everyone is going through!

  8. We don’t know you personally. Amber Sweeting and I go to the same church. I want to give our deepest sympathies to your entire family. We pray for peace and comfort in this tragic time. We pray for all your family. If there is anything we can do, please don’t hesitate to ask. You can reach us from my e-mail (Joan).
    Mr. Mrs. Corey and Joan Davis

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