Jana Morton

Jana Morton

Monday, April 9th, 1973 Sunday, May 31st, 2020

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Obituary for Jana "Yo-Yeh" Morton

09 April 1973 - 31 May 2020
Kanjana “Jana” Rangabpai aka “Yo-Yeh” was born to Amnard & Prachum (Namphung) Rangabpai on the 9th of April in 1973 in Bangkok, Krung Thep, Thailand. She came to the United States in the Summer of 1996, and met her husband, Joel Devin Morton, just after the new millennium, on January 4, 2000. She received 2 masters degrees in Accounting and International Business.
Joel & Jana were united in marriage on May 1st, 2003. One child was born to the union on the 22nd of June, 2006, Aidan Cole Morton.
Jana had an adventurous spirit and loved to travel, with an affinity for warm weather and beautiful beaches. She adored fresh flowers and took such delight in the natural beauty they provided.
With the heart of a lion, Jana touched the lives of many. Dozens of friends and families stood by her side as she battled Stage IV colon cancer for 2 years. Her love was bigger than her stature, always a calm and loving being. She provided patience and perspective as she continued to nurture those around her. She will be greatly missed, and the world is a lesser place without her. At this time in history, we need more of her, not less.
She is survived by her husband & son; her father; her maternal grandmother, Somjai Namphung; her sister, Sirilak Rangabpai, and 2 half sisters. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 6th starting at 10:00 am at their residence, with her final resting place to be in Bangkok Thailand. The family suggests memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.

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Celebration of Life at her home, her final resting place will be in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Constance Kubick

My deepest sympathy for the Jana Morton Family. Many prayers sent for the entire family for now you are making memories ♥️ . It's not always going to be easy but I'm am sure from the stories I have heard that she would have wanted you to celebrate her life and the love for 💓 it together, as she will forever be in your ❤️. Connie Kubick Lincoln ks
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Deb Ortiz

My deepest sympathy to Joel, Aidan, and the rest of Jana's family. I did not know her but knew of her from her mother-in-law and her sisters-in-law. She must have been a delightful, intelligent, and caring human being. May perpetual light shine upon her.
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Amy Sanchez

Dear Family and Friends,

I have been so inspired by the courage of Jana Morton’s fight against cancer, I wanted to do something to honor that courage: I’ve created an online Mosaic for Jana Morton and I’d like for you to add to it.

Please visit the Mosaic and add a note or story about how Jana Morton has inspired or touched your life.

And, in honor of Jana Morton, please make a donation to the American Cancer Society through the Mosaic page. Your donation will directly support efforts to save lives by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back against cancer. To make a donation online, visit our fund center at the link below:
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