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Janet Marlene Worrell (Goble), 79, Centralia, WA, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 26th, 2018. Janet was born on March 20, 1939, in Morton, WA, to Alice and Claude Goble of Randle, WA. She was preceded in death by her parents & husband, Glenn, and is survived by her sisters, Carolyn, Jeanelle, and Beverly. She will be lovingly missed by all her children: Debbie & husband Scott, Shelley & boyfriend John, Tamara, and Scott and his wife Shannon; as well as her 7 grandchildren (Matthew, Megan, Elisa, Danielle, Kyler, Oliver and Christian) and great granddaughter, Gabriella. Janet touched so many lives. Extended family members are too great in number to include in this writing. Briefly, families include the Killmers, Worrells, Williamsons, Gobles, Laymans, & McMillions In life, Janet shared fond memories of growing up in Randle, WA, playing at her grandparents' (Susie & Charlie McMillion) homestead with her sisters and cousins. The homestead was located where White Pass School now stands. She was a cheerleader in high school and graduated from White Pass High School in 1957. Janet lived a full life and traveled to many states. Her favorite of all was sunny San Diego, CA, where she and her family lived for many years. Being a Navy wife, she was both mom & dad the majority of the time. She was both homemaker and handyman; caretaker and disciplinarian. No matter where they lived, or what the circumstances, she was the constant. She raised her children with grace and dignity. She taught them the love of our Lord. She groomed them with self-respect and honor. The word, "hate" was not allowed in their home. Self-pity was not tolerated. Love was a given. She did her best and she did well. When her children grew to adulthood, they were well-prepared to take on the world. Janet was very artistic and talented. She loved to create art, whether it was oil paintings, tole painting, sewing, flower arranging or creating crafts. She was meticulous and had an eye for detail. Everything she put her hand to, was done to perfection. There was evidence of that in her home and in her appearance. She loved her children and family with all her heart, and prayed for them constantly. She embraced her grandchildren and, for the last 5 years of her life, she adored her only great-granddaughter, Gabriella Nicole. They laughed, sang and danced together. Janet loved the Lord with all of her heart and was looking forward to the day that she would be with the Lord, and see her loved ones. At her request, there will be no services.Please make a donation to your favorite charity.