The family of a Bicester mum-of-two who died on Saturday has released a tribute.
Members of her family from the United States praised her as a, “wonderful mother” who had a positive impact on everyone she met.
The tribute said: “Janeé was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, USA on October 2, 1981.
“She was 31 years of age when she went to be with the Lord on 1 December 2012.
“She lived in Bicester with her husband Andrew Parsons and her children Owen, eight, and Max, five.”
Mary Brady, Janeé’s mother, said: “Janeé made me laugh and cry and was one of the brightest lights in my life.
“She was a wonderful mother and was a tireless worker.
“I will deeply miss her and cherish her as the great gift from God that she was.
“From the early age of three, Janeé had aspirations of grandness.
“She always wanted to be the best and smartest at everything she did.
“She very rarely took no for an answer and her attention to detail was easily seen through her children and her career.”
Phil Brady, Janeé’s adoptive father, said: “Janeé left a huge impact on everyone she met, whether an acquaintance or myself, her father for 27 years.
“There will never be a day in my life that Janeé will not be missed.”
John Jacks, Janeé’s biological father, said: “She was a child who never disappointed me and was very honest and loyal. I now have a tremendous hole in my heart.”
Jocelyn Brady, Janeé’s sister, said: “Janeé was not only my sister, but my best friend. There was not one person Janeé met that she didn’t impact in some way.
“She was the most passionate, vivacious and magnetic person I’ve ever known. To say that I will miss her terribly cannot even begin to explain how I feel.
“A piece of me died the day she died. I will forever be grateful of the 28 years we spent together and will forever hold her in my heart.”