Rachel Janous Obituary, Cause Of Death – Rachel Janous, my angel cousin, friend, and confidante, will always be remembered and cherished in my heart and mind. Now and always. Even in your spectral form, you are constantly directing my steps!!! Continuing to be present in my mind today and always. You showed me love in the not too distant past, and starting today, I will do everything in my ability to live up to that memory and make you proud.
In the not too distant past, you showed me love. I shall adore you throughout the entirety of eternity, as well as forever, forever, and forever. As I wouldn’t be able to be who I am now if it weren’t for you, please accept my sincere gratitude. Brandon’s journey to accomplishing this objective was not an easy one; he pursued Rachel romantically and professionally for more than ten years before he was finally successful.
Rachel was able to continue her career as a dancer over those ten years, during which she performed for a number of professional sports teams in Kansas City, and at the same time earn her nursing degree. Some of the teams she danced for were the Kansas City Chiefs, the Kansas City Royals, and the Kansas City Royals. Rachel and Brandon claim that the day they said their “I dos” on March 13, 2010,
marked the beginning of what they consider to be the most amazing love tale that has ever been told. They say that this story began when they got married. Hadley Mae was Rachel and John’s first child together, and she gave birth to her a little over six months after the couple had been married. Hadley Mae came first in the family of three children that the couple had. She carried her child(ren) over the subsequent few years, therefore she practically lived in maternity clothes at that time. The Janous family became complete and became known as the Janous 5 after the arrival of their son Mackin Lawrence in 2014 and their second daughter Cooper Grace in 2012. Both of these children were born to the Janous couple.