In Memory

Janice E. Calvitt - Class Of 1983

Janice E. Calvitt

JANICE CALVITT Cayce, SC – Janice Elaine Calvitt, 42, of 1423 K Ave., died Sunday, November 25, 2007 in Walhalla, SC. Born in Richland County, she was a member of Davis Creek Baptist Church. Ms. Calvitt was a coder with ATS and a member of American Academy of Professional Coders. Surviving are, father Palmer Calvitt of Walhalla, brother Preston Calvitt of Seneca, sisters Pam Spires of Lexington and Jennifer Pierce of Seneca, grandmother, Pearl Morgan of Seneca, boyfriend Miguel Taylor of Cayce, and two nieces Morgan Spires and Marie Blackwell. Her mother Barbara Morgan Calvitt precedes her in death. Funeral services will be 1:30 pm, Wednesday, November 28, 2007 in the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home in Westminster. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery in Seneca. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 12 – 1:00 pm, Wednesday at the funeral home. The family is at the home of her father, Palmer Calvitt, 121 Dickard Road, Walhalla. Flowers are accepted or memorials to SISTERCARE, Inc., Lexington County Services, P.O. Box 1029, Columbia, SC 29202. A message of condolence may be written to the family by visiting

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04/12/09 04:14 PM #1    

Kimberley Dale Hardin (Eiland) (1983)

I miss you Janice, you were a good friend and full of life, you were always good at making people laugh and smile. I will never forget one certain afternoon after school visiting your house (without too much detail) your dads cows ended up being our entertainment. good times : )

04/24/09 04:09 PM #2    

Tomasina Sharly McQueen (Williams) (1983)

I didn't realize that Janice had passed. We shared a lot of fun times our senior year. My first teaching position at SHS, I had brother Preston as a student. He was the exact oppose of his older sister.

06/13/09 06:57 PM #3    

Darla Jean Bramlett (Jones) (1983)

I had not heard that Janice had passed until reading it here.She was one of the kindest people I've ever known.Beautiful inside and out.

11/11/09 12:19 PM #4    

Evelyn Virginia McCall (1983)

I also did not realize Janice had passed away. We had alot of great times together especially one certain trip to Greenville at the old auditorium for the first Toys For Tots concert. Good times. She was loved by all who knew her and will be missed. Evelyn McCall Patterson

05/26/18 10:05 AM #5    

Cheryl Caley (Hughes) (1983)

I'm shocked and saddened to see that Janice is gone!  My memories of her are all of laughter and good times. Janice had a quick wit and impish personality that kept me in stitches and we were dangerous together. I would blame her for our antics, but, in truth, I was responsible for a fair share of them.  Yet we somehow survived. 

We lost touch after graduation - she became a *gasp* Gamecock - but I'm so glad that we got to spend a day together just a few years before her passing. She was the Janice I remembered from school. Thank you for the great memories, Janice!  I'll never forget you.

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