Let the memory of Janene be with us forever
  • 37 years old
  • Born on February 7, 1965 .
  • Passed away on September 4, 2002 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Janene Gaebel 37 years old , born on February 7, 1965 and passed away on September 4, 2002. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Judith Knowles on 5th September 2018
Your Dad and I were remembering you last evening, the anniversary of your passing, with a few tears and warm thoughts. I visit him regularly and he speaks of you every visit. He has your photos on the shelf in his bedroom and looks at them daily. You are remembered always with loving thoughts and sadly missed by all of us. I hope you are dancing with the angels and have found all of your/our family members, along with all of our pets, to "hang out" with. Bet you and Grandpa G had a great time sharing your birthdays on Feb 7th!. Love you, Janene. Aunt Judy
Posted by Kathy Gaebel on 8th February 2018
Happy Birthday Jeanie. Saw your resting place yesterday all covered in fresh white snow. I miss you. I sent my little Stormy to you so take care of her. I hope you found Jim when he arrived so now both of you can cuddle with Stormy.
Posted by Patricia Gaebel on 7th February 2018
My dear little sister, you would have celebrated your 53 birthday today. What a celebration we would of had. You left us too soon. Miss you.
Posted by Jennifer Gustar on 7th February 2018
Dear Jeannie. Think of you today on your birthday. And our family. How hard it was to see you leave us. Peace littlest girl.
Posted by Patricia Gaebel on 5th September 2017
My dear sister, you are very much missed. I miss our little chats and your laugh. I hope you are smiling down on all of us. I am smiling back. Miss you.
Posted by Kathy Gaebel on 7th February 2017
Happy Birthday Janene. I hope you and Jim have connected in the stars and are now sharing stories to keep you both laughing. Missing you both so much! love you xoxoxox
Posted by Judith Knowles on 7th February 2017
Thinking today of my lovely niece on this day of her birth (which she shared with her Grandfather, my Dad). I am certain they are celebrating together, along with all the other loved ones from both sides of the family who have gone before us. Loved always, missed forever.
Posted by Kathy Gaebel on 6th September 2016
To my beautiful baby sister. I hope you have found grandma and grandpa in your travels through the stars. Your star was very bright last night when I was looking at you which I take as a smile back to me. Wish you were here. Your teddy gets a squeeze daily as if I was hugging you in person!
Posted by Patricia Gaebel on 6th September 2016
My dear sister, you are missed every day. You are always in my thoughts and heart.
Posted by Judith Knowles on 23rd February 2015
I have many fond memories of Janene, a beautiful, sweet girl...beloved niece...who I knew best as a small child. Sadly I lived provinces away while she grew into a young woman and I missed out on so much of our family life. I know she suffered greatly for so long, while those who loved her, unable to save her, suffered along with her. It is comforting to know she dances with the angels, free from pain and surrounded by other angels....her grandparents and aunt(s)/uncles who also loved her. Her birthday on February 7th is always remembered, doubly so as she shared her birthday with her Grandpa Gaebel (my Dad). "Always remembered with love, sweet niece."
Posted by Allison Young on 23rd February 2015
I have many wonderful memories and I am thankful for that . We all wore her Christmas socks this year for her birthday .thanks Lois . She always wore Christmas socks all year round love u nenner xoxo
Posted by Sandy Craig on 21st February 2015
I met Janene in high school, I think it was a shop class, woodworking or welding maybe, we were the only 2 girls. We kept in touch throughout the years. In her later years she would always call me when she was making a list, whether it was for groceries or something she wanted to do that week, just to make sure everything was spelled correctly. She would ride her big blue tricycle over to my place after she lost her license, for a visit. She was a kind sole with a great sense of humor. I miss her.
Posted by Jennifer Gustar on 21st February 2015
she would have turned 50 this year. Hard to believe. In the arms of the angels, she finds comfort, I'm sure.

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