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Janice Voss (Associated Press)
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May 26, 2018

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March 6, 2012
I very much enjoyed working with Janice at NASA Ames. I am sure she exploring the universe without pain or fear. Thank you Janice for everything!
March 3, 2012
To the family and friends of Janice Voss,

I am so sorry for your loss. Those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes - Psalm 116:15.
February 24, 2012
My condolences to the Family and colleagues of Janice Voss. When Janice was first admitted to Purdue, she wrote about getting for credit for calculus courses she had already studied. As Associate of the School of Science, I wrote that she should have her college forward a transcript. She replied that she had not studied these in a college; rather her father had tutored her in them. I told her we had tests she could use to establish the credit. She completed the exams and established credit for the Freshman and Sophomore years of Calculus. When I reminded her of this few years ago, she recalled a problem with one the questions; she couldn't get it right. We discovered that there was a error in the exam that had not been discovered before because she was the first to accomplish this feat. I later had the privilege of writing a letter of recommendation for her for a NASA internship. The world has lost a truly remarkable young women. William R. Fuller, Prof of math emeritus.
February 21, 2012
Dear Louise,
Janice was such an inspiration to a whole generation of Wilbraham, MA students, including my two girls. She truly inspired them to reach for the stars.
God must have needed her for a special mission......I know she will not let him down. With love,
Amy Basile