Bob and Children,
I am very sorry for Your Great Loss. I have thought of Janet often the past couple weeks. Thoughts of working the floor together and chatting. The caretaker, the matron, the VET, the story teller, the hunter. A woman of many "coats" whom was tuff yet caring! She will be missed. Was very glad to see her in January and catch up on your travels and tattoos. Rest in Peace my friend
Bobby this is your first cousin john egan so sorry to hear of the passing of Janet we had the opportunity to visit only twice each time we had a wonderful time talking about hunting adventures and of course you. So sorry the only time we get to visit is after the passing of a loved one we move to Grand Rapids Michigan you always want welcome here in Michigan. Your cousin John.
Janet, aka Corporal Koehler,(Janet from another Planet) you were one of a kind my friend. I will always remember the good times. You scared the hell out of me in the parking garage at Wendy's Cheerleading Competition. You backed your little blue car in the little parking spot so close to the wall, I had to close my eyes. It was a lot of fun shopping with you and playing Bingo! I remember our road trip to Albany! You were a hoot at work ! I will miss you my friend! Until we meet again.
Oh Janet where do I begin... We spent every summer together in Maine, while we were growing up, Stew, Mary, Terry, my two brothers, then there was the Crossman clan, Tim, Jim. Matt, Mark, and Lori. We had such great memories together running through the Brooks, fishing, building tree house's, hiding seek it just goes on and on. Then years later we meet up again in Maine having more good times. We got to meet your husband Bob. Six months ago you were calling me about my husband's passing and here I am losing another family member. I will always love you and miss you.
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