- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 31, 1939
- Date of passing: Mar 20, 2015
|Let the memory of Janice be with us forever|
"Fond memories will never be extinguished."
"Yes, Jan, you are missed and "I will always love you!"."
"I enjoyed getting to know Jan when I worked at Hallmark. I keep a note she wrote on a Christmas card one year; it reminds me of her perseverance. I loved that she simply would not settle for being misunderstood. I know that it was terribly frustrating for her at times. I understood her to be a woman of high standards and grace. I appreciated her patience with me as she taught me how to communicate with her. My best wishes to those she has left behind."
"To Michael and the rest of Jan's family- I've known Jan for the last 9 years, meeting her when my Mom was also at Hallmark. I already miss her, as she always came to my Bingo group on Wednesday afternoon. She was a good friend! Rest in Peace Janis-I love you!
Thanks Diane for adding the picture of Jan as a blond!"
"I have fond memories of being in Mrs. Westover-Beckwith's class at Ken Caryl. This woman had the patience of a saint. God Bless her and everyone who loves her."
"My condolences to the family and especially to my old friend, Michael. The loss of a parent brings immeasurable grief. I did not know Jan, except as Michael's mother, yet I am impressed by the wonderful life she led. I am sure she left an indelible impact on countless students. God bless you all!"
"Jan and I have been former roommates and friends since Doane College. We've shared many laughs and fun times over the years. I have good memories of her.
The photo I added is probably from '66 showing a blonde Jan to match (standing) Mike's fair hair."
"You will always be in our hearts, Jan. You will be missed by all who loved you. May you rest in blessed peace."
"Oh dear, dear Jan you have waved goodbye too soon and to so many and to all of us who you touched in our lives.
And to all who you touched intimately and eternally in your life; as mother to Michael and Michelle, sister to me, daughter to Minnie E. Broer-Westover and Willard W. Westover; aunt to Karlyn S. Westover, and to hundreds of young students in the French Language and History.
And especially to life long friends like the "gang of four" from high school, to college colleagues, to Story Book Dolls collector friends; and to Pam, Barb, and Joleen who stayed with love forever for you Jan until you waved goodbye and who still love you so in memory.
And in memory we will all "Always Love You" Jan. We are grateful you loved us during all your years you gave to us.
Farewell my best and loving sister."
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