Janice Faye (Sasser) Duncan

Janice Faye (Sasser) Duncan

August 24, 1962 ~ September 23, 2022 (age 60)

Janice Faye Sasser Duncan, age 60 of Whiteville, passed away on Friday, September 23, 2022, at the Angel House in Whiteville, NC.

Janice was born on August 24, 1962, in Columbus County, to the late Cecil Elwood Sasser and Grace Louise Rawls Sasser. She was also preceded in death by a son, Steven Ray Duncan and her sister, Patricia Ann Stewart.

Services will be held later.

Survivors include her husband, David Lee Duncan; children, Julie Lynn Duncan; siblings, Allen Sasser (Wanda) of Bolton, Debbie McPherson (Javie) of Chadbourn, Willie Sasser (Helen) of Hallsboro, Ronnie Sasser of Cerro Gordo, Bennie Sasser (Toye) of Bolton, Karen Coleman (Lavern) of Bolton; grandchildren, Austin Ray Duncan, Nicholas Scott Duncan, Madison Marie Duncan; great-grandchild, Ray Lynn Duncan.

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