Janice Lee Rummage Blight, of Shavertown, handed away in Tower Well being-Studying Hospital on Wednesday, March 17, 2021, on the age of 88.
Born March 31, 1932, she was the daughter of the late Leland Earl Rummage and Jennie Grace Hewitt Rummage. Janice additionally had a sister, Joyce, who handed away in infancy.
Janice is survived by her daughter, Janis Lee Blight Roses; her grandsons, William Morgan Roses III, Christopher Leland Roses, Thomas John Roses and their wives.
She can also be survived by eight great-grandchildren, Alexis, Samantha, Sapphire, Desmond, Scarlett, Brian, Emily, and Lily, who lovingly knew her as “Nana B.”
Janice graduated from Lake-Lehman Excessive College in 1951 and was a member of the previous Disciple of Christ Church, Huntsville.
She labored for the Commonwealth Phone Firm, Dallas, as a pay cellphone coin counter and route coordinator.
To start with of the Nineteen Eighties, Janice turned an lively member of The Wilkes-Barre Canine Coaching Membership and “Remedy Canine Worldwide.” It was there that she pursued her true ardour. She started coaching canine, and with the assistance of her poodles, Prince John Claude, Pleasure Christ, April and Snoopy, she established “Prince Ok-9 Cuddlers” and helped pioneer and champion the introduction of licensed service canine into space nursing properties.
Over time, she helped practice and certify numerous service canine within the Wilkes-Barre/Again Mountain space.
After her retirement from this system on account of well being causes, she continued to thrill in seeing “Remedy Canine Worldwide” and the Wilkes-Barre Canine Coaching Membership develop, develop and supply invaluable companies to the neighborhood.
Funeral companies and burial might be personal in Huntsville Cemetery.
Fond reminiscences and expressions of sympathy could also be shared at www.BerksCremations.com.
Printed by Residents Voice on Apr. 10, 2021.