Janet L. SPIES, Age 53. Beloved daughter of the late Fred and Jane (nee Dick). Dear sister of Nancy Rehker-Heard (Michael), David (Chris), Donna Rihvalsky (Bob) and Diane Dobeck (Michael). Loving aunt of Doug, Brad, Lindsay, Reanne, Jennifer, Valerie, Corey, Mark, David, Kelly, Hallie, Casey, Sidney, Samantha and Jamison. Jan is now babysitting Rachel, Lauren, Justin and Jordan.
Per Jan’s wishes there will be NO VISITATION. Please MEET AT CHURCH for the Mass of Christian Burial: Monday, June 22, 11:00 AM, St. Bridget Church. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery.
Reception to follow at The Zabor Funeral Home’s Century Home Catering Facility, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow and Ridge). In lieu of flowers, please remember the family in your prayers.
Messages of Condolence
My Condolences to Dave and the Spies Family , My thoughts and prayers go out to you.
You were a great aunt and I will miss you, especially during baseball games when you would yell at the tv. The indians stink without you rooting for them!
You were A GREAT aunt and a lot of fun to be around and i remember when you hit a deer and we were talking about it and you said THE DEER HIT ME and we started laughing so hard and thanks for watching me
You were always the best aunt to us and i love you so much. You were always there when we needed you to watch us and help us when our folks were gone. I miss you so much and will always remember our good laughs.
-Love Kelly xoxo
To a gernerous big sister who always helped out when I needed her the most . I will miss you dearly -diane
Donna, I was so sorry to hear about Janet. Please know you and the whole family are in my prayers.
Diane and family,
I know what you have been through and all I can say is I am so sorry you had to endure such grief. Diane, you are such a wonderful person in SO MANY WAYS and I know what good care you took of your sister. I’m sure she was comforted just knowing you were there for her. How thrilled Janet must be to be healthy again in heaven and with her mom and dad. Please know you are in my prayers!
I just wanted to offer my sincere condolenses to your family. I used to work with Jan at May Bank, and met with her a few times to hear her sing karaoke. She lived for her family, she loved everyone single member and talked often about them. I’m sure her passing will leave a huge hole in your family – but she is in a better place, along with other members of her family, who maybe need her a little more right now. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy to all of Jan’s family. I worked with Jan at May Bank and also earlier at Hills Dept. store. Jan talked about her nieces and nephews often. She shared pictures of family events with us at May Bank. It was clear that her family was very close. I know that closeness will give you strength. May God bless Jan and comfort you.
Diane & Donna,
What a shock it was to hear about Jan’s passing. Please know that your family is in my thoughts & prayers.
To Diane and Family,
A sister and aunt like Janet made the world a brighter, happier place and she will be deeply missed by all those she touched….
Her memories are like threads of gold,
They will never tarnish or grow old.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this most difficult time.
-Bill and Darlene Cusick
Dear Spies Family,
My sincere sympathy over the loss of your sister Janet. She was a special person and I am sure will be greatly missed by your family and all those whose lives she has touched. You are all in my prayers.
Teri Smith and Family
Nancy please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your sister. She will be missed. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
I just heard about Jan’s passing. My sincere condolenses to your family. I worked with Jan at May Bank and she was a great person who was always a pleasure to be around, until she gave me crap about not bringing donuts into work….just kidding. We will miss her.