Mrs. Janis Kay Daniels Cashion, 79, of Statesville, N.C., went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, April 11, 2021. She now resides in her glorified body in the presence of her Savior.

Janis was born in Iredell County on June 16, 1941, to the late Carl Eller Daniels and Lela Plyler Daniels. She was a graduate of Iredell County schools and she attended Mitchell Community College. On August 8, 1958, Janis married Shirley Rayvon Cashion, and they shared 56 years of marriage before his death on January 9, 2015.

Janis was retired from Iredell Memorial Hospital, where she worked for 31 plus years as a ward clerk. She had a love for people, which was the driving force behind her longevity with IMH.

Janis’ main passion in life was caring for her family. She loved and cherished her time with her sons, their wives, and her grandchildren. Although she will be missed deeply this side of Heaven, there is peace knowing she no longer suffers the pain and sorrow of this world because she is now in the presence of the Almighty.

In addition to her husband, Janis was also preceded in death by a son, Jeff Cashion; and three brothers, Jerry, Arnold, and Carl Daniels; along with one sister, Louise Hannon.

Left to cherish her memory are her two sons, Darryl Cashion (Chrissy) of Statesville and Michael Cashion (Laurie) of Conover, and one daughter, Bari Lynn Ford of Statesville. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Jeffrey Cashion (Olga) and Alisa Brennan (Rob), both of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Shane Cashion (Teresa) of Statesville. She is further survived by two great-grandchildren, Michael Larue Cashion, and Hazel Lee Ann Brennan; two sisters, Becky Keller (Jimmy) and Anne Shorts (Tom); and a brother-in-law, Olan Hannon.

In order to honor the wishes of Janis Cashion, there will be no public services, but the family will hold a private gathering in the very near future to celebrate her life and memory.

The family would like to extend their sincerest heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Joshi and Dr. Bouhussein along with Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell for the love, care, and compassion shown to our dear mother during her journey. Your compassion will never be forgotten.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County, 2347 Simonton Road, Statesville, NC 28625.

Nicholson Funeral Home has had the honor of assisting the family of Janis Daniels Cashion.

7 thoughts on “Janis Kay Daniels Cashion

  1. Roxie Diane Carr says:

    My deepest condolences to the family. I met Janice and Rayvon as they were my next door neighbors for years on Westwood Drive.

  2. I worked with Janis for years at IMH. She always had the sweetest smile and loving voice. Sending hugs to her in heaven and prayers for peace and comfort for the family.

  3. Janis Cashion was the most sincere person I’ve ever met. We shared many memorable times. I think of her often and David Bustle trying to get her to say,” corner “.

  4. I worked along with Janis for many years. She was a dear friend to me and many others during our time at IMH. She was a most caring, thoughtful & always supportive of all. Rest in heaven, Janis, until we meet again.

  5. Mary Tee Tonelli says:

    Mrs. Cashion- such a wonderful person- truly a standout individual in a very quiet way. Feel like I knew her family, although we never met, as they were always part of knowing her! So glad I had the privilege of working with her!

  6. Ricky Shuford says:

    Darryl: I was so sorry to hear about your loss. Having you as neighbors on Westwood Drive brings back a lot of memories. Your mom was always so kind and I never saw her upset. Take care my friend. Ricky Shuford

  7. Deborah Lee Smith says:

    I had the privilege of working with Mrs. Cashion for many years in the ICU. Absolutely the kindest, most compassionate lady, who always put others first. There was never a dull moment with her presence. Janis was an angel on this earth, I can imagine the heavens are so rejoicing with her arrival. Will always remember you and the beautiful times we had.

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