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Janelle Dawn Byler

WOODLEAF – Janelle Dawn Byler, 3 month old, beloved daughter of Daniel and Rosalyn Byler of Woodleaf went to be with the Lord on Monday Dec. 25, 2006.

Janelle is survived by her parents, Daniel and Rosalyn Byler of Woodleaf; maternal grandparents, Aaron and Emma Ruth of Salisbury; paternal grandparents, the Rev. Joe and Katie Byler of Mocksville; maternal great-grandparents, Jacob and Emma Witmer of New Holland, Pa. and Aaron and Emma Ruth Martin of Salisbury; paternal great-grandparents, Eli Byler of Newburg, Pa., and Anna Kaufman of Shippensburg, Pa. and many loving aunts and uncles.

Service: Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Cleveland Believers Fellowship, 3700 South River Church Road, Woodleaf with Janelles paternal grandfather, the Rev. Joe Byler, officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home in Statesville is serving the Byler family.

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