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September 06, 2013
I remember Janice staying overnight and watching me and my brother when my mom was away when I was younger. I had a wonderful time the last year eating out with her, Chryss and my mom! She was a wonderful, sweet, caring, loving women and am glad I got to meet someone like her! She will be forever missed. Deepest sympathies to the Knowles and Rustad family!
September 01, 2013
My deepest sympathy goes out to the Rustad and Knowles family. I have many fond memories of Janice patiently putting up with all of us neighborhood kids and selflessly preparing countless snacks and lunches. She will surely be missed for she was surely loved.
September 01, 2013
Whenever I walked my dog, Adler, he would want to go see Janice. She was always happy to see him and give him treats. I called her "Adler's fan club." She helped make the neighborhood my home. We miss her.
September 01, 2013
Janice was a wonderful, caring person, who seemed so alive in each moment. She cared about every person and animal she met. I remember how she would talk about our dog, Adler: "you are so handsome and intelligent!". You could tell she really love him. She took care of her turtle, Bouncy, for so many years, and I think that speaks to her caring and dedication.
She cared about the people in her life, as well, and was compassionate in her concern for the environment and for others less fortunate. In this respect, she seemed to me like a "true Vermonter."
August 29, 2013
Grandma Knowles was a kind soul. James and I shared many laughs with her in our younger years. She was a strong-willed woman with an extraordinary level of patience for adolescent shenanigans I may never understand! I feel blessed to have crossed paths with this family. My deepest sympathies go out to both the Knowles and Rustad families; very sorry for your loss.
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