Family owned & family focused since 1952

Janet L. Wilson


Janet L. Wilson

Born: June 4, 1941 in Tracy, Iowa

Entered into Heaven: December 3, 2016 from Chandler, Arizona

Our family is deeply saddened to inform you that our beloved wife, mother, and grandmother has passed away. Family surrounded her as she passed peacefully. With heavy hearts, we will miss her dearly, however we are very relieved for now her pain that she endured for many years is gone. She is survived by her husband, Harold Wilson of Chandler, Arizona, her three children, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson of Gilbert, Arizona, Jeffrey Wilson of Chandler, Arizona and Mr. & Mrs. Daphne Patrick of Gilbert, Arizona, and her nine grandchildren. The family will be having a private service in her behalf.


God saw you getting tired,

And a cure was not to be,

So, he put his arm around you and whispered, “Come with me.”

With tearful eyes we watched you suffer

And saw you fade away,

Although we loved you dearly

We could not make you stay

A golden heart stopped beating,

You’re now at peaceful rest,

God broke our hearts to prove to us,

He only takes the best.


In lieu of flowers, a donation in Janet’s name to Hospice of the Valley of Arizona would be appreciated.


  • Georgette Parry Posted December 7, 2016 1:18 PM

    Thank you Jan for the many years of friendship! I will always treasure the memories, especially laughing in the rain. Til we meet again, my sweet friend!

  • Mike Wilson Posted December 7, 2016 4:06 PM

    To my mother. You have given me 52 great years as my mother and have been a wonderful grandmother to my children. You will be greatly missed but never forgotten. I love always and forever mom. You are an angel now…

  • Daniel Mcaleer Posted December 7, 2016 4:36 PM

    Aunt Jan, You would make me laugh and you always made me feel special I will cherish the times spent together as family and your great love for my uncle and cousinsThank you for being a blessing I love you

  • Mashell Eddie Posted December 7, 2016 5:16 PM

    You where my second mother. You where their when I needed you the most. I am sorry I was not their to hold you hand. Love you always

  • Sean McAleer Posted December 7, 2016 6:51 PM

    Aunt Jan,

    You will always be remembered by everyone as a source of strength, laughter, and above all, joy. I am so happy to have been able to see you in the last few years, but wish we could have spent more time together. Thanks Jan for giving me the fondest memories from my youth. My heart breaks knowing you are gone, but I take warm knowing you spent your life loving your family, and that you remain in our hearts forever. QEPD.

  • Scott McAleer Posted December 8, 2016 6:00 AM

    When I think of you I’m reminded of the shop you opened in Omaha, your hospitality, your dedication and love to Hal, your heart for your kids and grandkids. My fondest memory is seeing you and Hal 2 stepping at my brothers wedding.

  • Joyce Ann Wright Posted December 8, 2016 4:58 PM

    Sis was an unstoppable, powerful woman. She gave herself completely to what she wanted to accomplish in life. I will never forget the great times we shared had as sisters.

Add Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *