Fletha Jan Hammock

Fletha Jan Hammock
Fletha Jan Hammock

Fletha Jan Hammock, of Amarillo, TX passed from this life on May 6, 2019.

Jan was born January 26, 1962 in Littlefield, TX.  Her family soon moved to Hereford, TX, where she attended school; she graduated from Hereford High School in 1980.  She has been employed in the healthcare field for many years, most recently as an Administrative Assistant at BSA hospital in Amarillo from 2006 to 2017, and the last 4 years as an emergency room receptionist at The ER on Soncy.

Jan love her work and was always deeply involved in it, but in what spare time she had, she enjoyed watching Texas Tech sporting events, traveling, including white water rafting, and spending time with her faithful companion – her dog Ryder.

Jan was preceded in death by her father Pete Hammock and mother Joy Hammock; and is survived by her brother Jim Hammock; and by her nephew Kyle and his wife Rachel and their son Caleb; her nephew Eric and his wife Kristen and their sons Noah, Jackson & Oliver; her nephew Tyler; her niece Kelsey Morris and her husband Colby and their son Hunter and daughter Emersyn.

Visitation will be from 6:30 to 8:00 Thursday, May 9, 2019, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home in Amarillo.  There will be a memorial service Friday, May 10, 2019, at 11:00 a.m., in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel followed by graveside services at 3:00 p.m., at the Littlefield Cemetery in Littlefield.

10 Replies to “Fletha Jan Hammock”

  1. I am so saddened by this loss. I worked closely with Jan at BSA and I have nothing but great memories of her and our work together. Fly high Jan with the angels until we see you again. Lisa Tarkington

  2. This makes me very sad. Jan was my friend all the way through high school. My condolences to her family and friends.

  3. I have worked with Jan in the ICU & ER. She was always such an asset and wonderful person to work with. I loved her spirit! I will miss her greatly!

    Deepest condolences to her family & loved ones.

  4. I had the pleasure knowing Jan through our High School Year’s. My deepest condolences to Jan’s family. So sorry for your loss. Rest In Heavenly Peace my friend.

  5. I worked with Jan at BSA. We had great conversation often. I did lose track of her when she left us. Heartbroken for her family. She is such a love. The world is not a bright right now. RIP sweet Jan.

  6. My Heartfelt Condolences to All of Jan’s Family and Friends. I had the pleasure of knowing Jan throughout our high school years. She was always a very sweet and great friend. I hope her Life will be celebrated today by Everyone who knew her for her kindness and love of life. Rest In Heavenly Peace Jan. Live Forever In Heaven.❤️🙏🏽

  7. I remember playing Jan and her cousin, Darla tennis in Hereford. We (mary and I), always had a good time.

  8. Jan was very special to our family. Loved when she’d drop by for a quick visit. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Paul and Lois Scott, Barbara Scott, Judy Scott Solomon

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