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Dave and I always enjoyed bowling with Jan at Coral Lanes. We all had many years of fun.

Posted by: Kay Ciha - Kalona, IA - Friend   Feb 05, 2016

I am very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts.

Fusaro Family

Posted by: Destinee Fusaro - West Liberty, IA - Friend   Feb 03, 2016

I am sorry for your loss. I wish I had words to fill the hole she will leave in your lives. I had the honor of knowing Jan through the VA. She was always willing to help anyway possible. Then I would run into her outside the VA, we would always have a laugh or two. She will be greatly missed.

Posted by: Glenda Smith    Feb 03, 2016

I was a co-worker with Jan at the VA and she taught me so much and presence was always a treat. She made me laugh until I was almost crying. I'm so sorry for your families loss and her hard work and friendship will not be forgotten.

Posted by: Renee Ossman - Riverside, IA   Feb 03, 2016

Sorry for your loss. Jan was my "go to" person. Loved her sense of humor. She will be missed.

Posted by: Deb Peyton    Feb 03, 2016

I will always fondly remember our 12+ years working together. Somehow, she managed to keep both of us out of trouble, even though we were always looking forward to wearing orange jumpsuits together in Leavenworth. She has been, and will continue to be missed at the VA.

Posted by: Jason Clements - Coralville, IA   Feb 03, 2016

You have our deepest sympathy.

Posted by: Dick & Mary Craig - Iowa City, IA - Friend   Feb 03, 2016

Lori & Family, I am so, so, sorry to hear of Jan's passing. We have known her forever, and loved her even longer. What a great lady she was, She always had a Smile on her face, No matter what!!! Everyone that knew her will miss her!!
I hope that the memories stay with you forever. God Bless U All...

Posted by: Amy Heumphreus - Coralville, IA - Friend   Feb 02, 2016

I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember her smile.

Posted by: Brenda Hull - Coralville, IA   Feb 02, 2016

Jan taught me how to do time cards so many years ago. I started out as a back up time keeper when engineering and housekeeping merged. I eventually became the full time timekeeper for the department. She taught me a lot and I"ll never forget the one time when we clashed heads. She felt so bad that she hurt my feelings, she brought me her favorite candy bar, a snickers. After that, we became friends and I could ask her for help anytime. She will be missed by many!!

Posted by: Doris Holst - Cedar Rapids, IA - Neighbor   Feb 01, 2016