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Janice Lynn Reimer

June 16, 2022

Janice Lynn Reimer, 89, died Thursday (June 16, 2022) at her home in Hesston. She was born May 11, 1933, in Newton. She graduated from Arkansas City High School and then attended Nurses Training at Stormont Vail in Topeka. Janice married LeRoy Reimer of Goessel in January of 1955.

This marriage was blessed with four boys: Tim, Tom, James and John. The majority of Janice’s career was spent in nursing, first for Dr. Olson in Newton and then at Newton Medical Hospital. In 1962 she became the Director of Nursing and first RN at Schowalter Villa and ended her nursing career as a Hospice Nurse for Harvey County. After retirement, Janice enjoyed serving in the church, spending time with family and friends, needlework, and all kinds of handwork. In her later years, Janice enjoyed following her grandkids’ activities, traveling with LeRoy and outings with friends.  Spending time with her family gave her the greatest joy. Janice was a spiritual mom to many people. She has had a profound influence on not only her family, but many others as well.

She is survived by sons, Tim, and wife Annie, of Hesston, Tom, and wife Gretchen, of Hesston, James, and wife Piper, of Prairie Village and John, and wife Cindy, of Hesston, and eight grandchildren.

A private family burial will be held Saturday, June 25. A celebration service will be held at Hesston MB Church, July 9 at 10:30 am.

Memorials are suggested to Good Shepherd Hospice, in care of Petersen Funeral Home, or Hesston MB church.

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2 thoughts on “Janice Lynn Reimer

  1. Tim, Tom,James and John and all your families:
    Our sincere condolences! Your Mom was the best and I always enjoyed visiting with her. She had the best stories to tell! Especially our nursing experiences!
    Aunt Janice will be missed!

  2. I loved seeing Janice when I was with my Grandma (Dorothy) Dreier. Janice was one of the warmest souls I’ve ever known. May the genuine care and love she shared with all be a guide for her family as they encounter life without her. Much love to all.

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