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Janet Repman Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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March 16, 2017
My grandmother Janet was the greatest woman I ever knew. She was kind, loving and had a heart of gold. Growing up, having a difficult childhood, my grandmother was the one person who I could always count on to be there for me. In a world of inconsistency, she was my rock that never wavered. She was strong and opinionated, believed in doing good, and living right. She believed in family, knowing where we came from, and being proud of it. I have many memories with my grandmother, camping at White Oak, fishing, shopping, going on trips, boating, holidays in Norwood, and then later in felicity. She attended my High school graduation, and the birth of my son, Travis. My grandmother was also a person who loves her family very deeply, if there was worring to be done, she was doing it. She wanted everyone she loved to be happy and healthy always. I'm sure there isn't one family member that she hasn't lost sleep over. But that's who she was. My grandmother so worried about me, because I hadn't returned her call drove 300 miles to Knoxville Tennessee, where I was living, not knowing even if I would be home, because she was so worried about me. I remember opening the door and seeing her standing there, shocked isn't the word. I couldn't believe she had done that. I was glad she did, I had been very depressed living so far from all my family, and she was exactly what I needed. She had a way of knowing exactly what u needed when u needed it. Weather it was a hug, a few words of encouragement or some tough love, and a dose of the truth. Either one you knew it was with love.
Everything she did was for the love of her family.
I'm sorry grandma I didn't speak on Monday, but I don't think I could of spoken the words in my heart. The things you have taught me, I will take them with me threw life, and live a life that u will be proud of, our memories I will forever treasure, until we see each other again I love you.

You were like my mother
You were my best friend
You were everything I want to be
And all the good inside of me
There's never been
Never been another
That loved me like you did
My grandmother, my angel
March 11, 2017
I am her second cousin on my dad's side. I got to visit with her over the years and in the past 2 years. She was always kind to us and loved sharing the past with us.
March 10, 2017
March 10, 2017