Janice Irene Miller
Graveside inurnment for Janice Irene Miller, 78, Lawrence, will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, March 10, 2023 at Stull Cemetery. Janice died February 8, 2023, at LMH Hospital.
She was born February 24, 1944, in Polk County, Missouri, the daughter of Obie and Lois (Routh) Floyd.
She graduated from Lawrence High School in 1962.
She worked for Lawrence Memorial Hospital and retired in 2001 from Farmland Industries.
She enjoyed watching KU basketball, Nascar (Martin Truex Jr was her favorite driver), KC Chiefs football and spending time with friends and family.
Janice married Ronald Miller on November 11, 1964, in Lawrence, KS. He survives of the home.
Other survivors include two sons, Roger A Miller and wife Angela of Bedford, TX and Michael L. Miller and wife Brenda of Lawrence; four granddaughters, Kaely Cain, Ashley Miller, Tiffany Miller, Crystal Miller; three great grandchildren, Hadley Cain, Kamryn Cain and Noah Fannin; brother, Dale Floyd, Topeka, KS; two sisters, Joyce Breymeyer of Topeka, KS and June Floyd of Lawrence, KS.
The family suggests memorial contributions to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and may be sent in care of Warren-McElwain Mortuary 120 W. 13th St. Lawrence, KS 66044.
WE LOVED YOU AND WILL MISS YOU. YOUR SISTER JOYCE AND HUSBAND MARVIN BREYMEYER.
Jan, I knew you thru your sister, Joyce, and want all of your family to know Jan had a caring spirit that I was often the receiver of her thoughts and concerns. May all of you find comfort in her memory.
So very sorry to lose such a wonderful person. You will be truly missed. We love you so very much. Love always, Your Nephew Gary and wife Niece Ginny Fox
Sorry to hear of this. Jan was a friend of my mom’s and I spent a lot of time around her for many years. My mom passed in 2000 and we lost touch after that. She was always such a kind, wonderful lady.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Jan was such a wonderful woman.
Had many good memories with her at family functions, Maple Leaf, Amway meetings. She will be missed. Hugs to Ron, Roger, and Mike and families.
Ron & family, we lift you up in thoughts & prayers during this difficult time & ask that the angels surround you with peace, love & great memories.
Janice was first a classmate and then a friend. From the first time I met her to the last time we saw one another, Janice always had a glowing smile and kind words for all. We shared several classes throughout our high school days. Ron, Roger and Mike, your wife and mother was an amazing woman. Jan, R.I.P. With Love and LHS Classmate of ’62,
Hello Ron and family: Haven’t met with you for years but I still remember you and Janice by my sister Sharon who passed away a few years ago. We also know June and Dale over the years. Sue and I would like to send our condolence to you and your Family.
John and Sue Howard