Jana Kay Wood (Conway)

In Memory of

Jana Kay Wood (Conway)

May 23, 1958 - February 12, 2018

Obituary

Jana Wood, was born on May 23, 1958 in Kansas City, Mo. She was married on June 15, 1991 to her husband Don Wood. She was employed by Centerpoint Ambulatory Surgery Center. She loved to travel, with Colorado and Big Cedar being favorite spots. Family and friend were a large part of her life-always the life of the party.

She was preceded in death by her mother and father.

Survivors include her husband Don Wood. Her sons Connor, Nicholas and Kristopher Wood. Her daughters-in-law Gina Reese and Lacey Crowl. Her granddaughters Lorelei and Locklyn Wood. Her brother John Conway and nephews Christopher and Zachary Conway.

Condolences

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Don and Connor, We are so sorry to hear about Jana’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. I know she is in heaven passing out bubble gum and candy to all the baseball players and families. She will be greatly missed. Her smile was infectious. She was a wonderful lady. The Bradford family

We have had the distinct pleasure of seeing Jana’s smile from across the street for 17 years! She was ALWAYS smiling, always cheerful and such a fun neighbor and friend. She continued to smile even through the toughest battle of her life and we will forever admire the woman she was. Our heart aches from the void we are feeling. Don and Conner, please accept our condolences and do not hesitate to reach out. We are here for you and the rest of the family, always. Sincerely, Craig and Vickie Rehrer

My deepest regrets for our loss of Jana Kay. She was a one of a kind, beautiful person. Full of forgiveness and light, she embodied joy and happiness. I will miss her always.

Jana will be greatly missed. She was such an energetic person, she loved her summer flowers and watching Connor play baseball and always had that gorgeous smile on her face!! We have been neighbors for over 25 years and will miss her dearly! Don and Connor we are here for you if you need anything. Please give her grand babies an extra hug as well!

Don and Connor, we have wonderful baseball memories with your family on and off the field. Alex, Chris and I will forever remember Jana at every game cheering for all the boys and enjoying every minute of every game. Her smile, her voice and laughter was truly contagious. She is now pain free and in heaven with so many wonderful people who have welcomed her with open arms. Our prayers are with you during the days, weeks and months ahead. May God bless you during this very difficult time. God Bless, Vicki, Chris and Alex Mueller

Don, Connor, my sincere condolences to you guys and your family. I wish I had any words that would make a difference, I’m sorry that I don’t. I’m still trying to process it, myself. I will see you guys Monday at the service. Take care until then.

Jana had one of the most inspirational smiles and a beautifully contagious laugh. Even when we were kids, she lit up every room she entered. Jana had a way about her… she could brighten anyone’s day. She will be missed immensely. My heart is broken. Sincerest thoughts and prayers for her family.

Jana had a smile that would light up a room and an infectious laugh that caused everyone to join in. Her always positive, upbeat spirit even during the most difficult days displayed the strength and love that she had for those she loved. My Deepest Sympathy to Don, Connor and her friends and family that will miss her everyday. Much Love and Prayers coming your way.

I am so very sorry for your loss. Jana will be deeply missed. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers…

Jana will be deeply missed by so many. Such a bright shining star that lit every room she entered. I never saw Jana without a smile. Even during dark times, she was positive and inspiring. Her passing will be felt by many but I’m so happy she is done with her battle. A fight well fought.

Our hearts are broken. Have never seen such a positive spirit in someone battling such an unrelenting fight. Words can’t convey how much she will be missed in our group of neighborhood friends who came to love her laughter, stories, smile and all the fun she brought to our lives. Our deepest sypathies to Don and Connor and her family who were the lights of her life.

Visitation

Monday, February 19, 2018
1:00pm-2:00pm
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Services

Monday, February 19, 2018
2:00pm
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063