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Janie Jeanet (Strohaver) Baker

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Janie Jeanet (Strohaver) Baker Obituary
Janie Jeanet Baker passed away the 14th of March, 2017. She was surrounded by her loving family both in body and spirit. She was the first daughter of George and Mary Strohaver born on the 16th of March, 1947.
She graduated from Jonesville Community Schools. She worked most of her life as a seamstress and enjoyed sewing, crafting and enjoying her happy-go-lucky life style. She worked several years for Harvard Clothing Company in Litchfield.
Janie leaves behind siblings: Michael Bramer, Georgia Strohaver, George Strohaver, Donna Wendorf, Marry (Mac) Macken, Patti (Steve) Lanius, Charles (Lea) strohaver. Her Children: Jamie Lynn (Michael) Pankhurst, Hal Garry (Susan) Hephner, William Robert (Jenny) Hephner. Grandchildren: Joshua Pankhurst, Andrew Pankhurst, Dana Pankhurst, Emma Pankhurst, Gage (Sierra) Meyer, Alan (Emily) Tessanne, Ray Densmore, April Densmore, Kyle Densmore, Skye Mae Hephner, Willard Wyatt Hephner, Hunter William Robert Hephner. Great-grandchildren: Chloe Pankhurst, Emery Pankhurst,Malyah Pankhurst, Nathan Tessanne, Arieanne Tessanne, Lucas Tessanne, Cadin Densmore, Porsha Densmore. Several nieces, nephews, aunts and unkles.
Janie was preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law, Bob Wendorf.
A gathering will be held at the Rice cemetery north of Moscow on Moscow Rd. at 1 p.m. May 13 followed by a celebration at her sister Donna's house later that day. 5851 West Sterling Road, Jonesville.
We her children would like to thank you god, for the gift of a wonderful mothers life to us for the last 46, 41 and 38 years.
From her son:
You taught me how to walk, and you taught me how to talk.
You provided a roof over my head, and always made sure I was feed.
You taught me morals and standards, the meanings of living and all about giving.
What a wonderful, beautiful, thoughtful intelligent mother I have, and you make me truly glad.
You always go out of your way for everyone each day.
You always listen to what I say even if I'm having a bad day.
Whenever I've had issues you have always been my tissues.
You always hugged me tight, and loved me with all your might.
You were always there for me when I needed someone.
I'm so very thankful to have a mother like you, with your kindness and all that you do.
All these words are perfectly true, and mother, I love you.
Published in The Hillsdale Daily News on May 8, 2017
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