Janice Ellen Stewart

Funeral services for Janice Ellen Stewart, 82, Lawrence, will be at 10 am Saturday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, with Pastor Steve Hanson officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery. Janice died Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

She was born Sept. 9, 1936, in Alma, Nebraska, the daughter of Henry Grover and Jesse Belle Vanover Heft. She graduated from Alma High School. Janice was a homemaker, and was a hard worker who always had a wonderful garden. She also enjoyed animals and time spent with family. Janice was an active member of Countryside Methodist Church and its women’s groups.

She married James Lowell Stewart in 1955. He preceded her in death in 2015. She was also preceded in death by four siblings, Richard, Dale, Vivian, and Harry. She is survived by four children, Elizabeth Guilfoyle and husband Patrick, Tyler Stewart and wife Terri, and Lowell Stewart and wife Deborah, all of Lawrence, and Victoria Wallace and husband Steve, Jupiter, Fla.; eleven grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.

Memorial contributions are suggested to KSDS Assistance Dogs, Inc., in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana St., Lawrence, KS, 66044. Online condolences may be sent at rumsey-yost.com

Messages & Condolences

From Marci Meeks...

To my dear cousins and their family,
We are so sad to hear that your loving mom is no longer with you but rejoice that she is without pain and free to walk in Gods gardens more beautiful than we can imagine. I can only imagine how she loves being rejoined with your dad, her family and with her Heavenly Father. We will be thinking of you Saturday with prayers and thanksgiving for all the wonderful family we belong. We remember her as a beautiful and loving aunt. God bless you,
Marci and Tom

From Chambers Family...

I am sorry to hear about the loss of your dear loved one. Please accept my condolences at this painful time. Losing a loved one is distressing and as comfort is needed from family and friends, we have assurance from the Bible that “death will be swallowed up forever” at Isaiah 25:8. It is my hope your family will find strength to endure during the days ahead.

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