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Condolence: Family of Janis,
My name is Jessica and I am a nurse at NCMC. I took care of Janis during her final days. I wanted to express my sincere condolence for your loss. I was glad to know Janis and hear her incredible life story and battle with Cancer. I could see the love you all had for one another and know she will be dearly missed. I can't imagine how difficult this time must be. Take comfort in the fact she is resting in God's memory until he awakens her from death (John 5:28, 29). May your family have peace and be comforted during this difficult time.
Condolence From: Staff and Volunteers at The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Condolence: To Jan's Family:
All of the staff and volunteers at The Wild Animal Sanctuary are deeply saddened to hear of Jan's passing. Please accept our deepest and sincerest condolences at her loss. Many who worked and volunteered with her remember her wonderful personality and attitude and how much she loved volunteering here at the Sanctuary. We are grateful for the many hours and days of volunteering she gave to better the lives of the Sanctuary's rescued animals and to make the world a better place for all.
Condolence: Gary, Heather, Wayne, Mark, and Becky,
Our family has great, positive memories of Jan at your home and at church. We can hear her laugh... especially at Richard's jokes. :) She entertained us when we went to your home in North Greeley for Christmas Eve, and we lit sparklers outside. We are amazed at how fast she could type her medical reports. At one point we had a rabbit that we didn't know how to care for and Jan answered many questions for us. She added so much sparkle to a conversation.
With you we mourn her death, but rejoice in her homegoing to Jesus. Richard and Carol
Condolence: To Gary,
Janice and I worked together at Nelson, Haley, Patterson & Quirk. We were both secretaries sharing an office. We worked diligently, laughed a lot and shared sorrow at the loss of you first baby. It was a wonderful experience working together. Janice and I ran into each other a few times after we both left NHPQ. Same Janice I worked with upbeat and involved with her life and her family. Sally
I moved to TX in March 2014 (Plano--a N. Dallas suburb) where both Krystal and Lynette live. I want to extend to all of you my deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious wife and mother. I have such wonderful memories of all the good times we shared at Sunny View Nazarene church and watching Heather and Mark grow up. Jan was such a "hoot" to be around and we had several wonderful visits by phone after you moved to Platteville and I didn't get to see you anymore (except for seeing Mark on a regular basis at Ehrlich Nissan service). It was never the same after you left, Mark. May God surround you with His love and peace as you navigate this journey of great loss. With love, Joanne
Condolence: Mark and Heather, I'm sorry and sad about the loss of your mom. She was a wonderful lady and I have happy memories of her visiting the blood donor room, showing off her car, and launching the balloon. I hope your tears are softened by the smiles of fun memories.
Condolence: We are very saddened to hear about Janis. She was such a sweet and bubbly person with that infectious laugh. We shared many fun times together chasing her balloon. So many fun memories. Praying for God’s perfect love, peace and comfort for your family. Love you all. Ted and Kathy