Janet Grossnicklaus Obituary, Janet Grossnicklaus has died – Death

Janet Grossnicklaus Obituary, Janet Grossnicklaus has died - Death

Janet Grossnicklaus Obituary, Death – At the time of her passing on November 13, 2022, Janet June Grossnicklaus, who resided in Shelby, Nebraska, was 66 years old. She passed away at her residence in Shelby. A Memorial Mass will be held at the Shelby Sacred Heart Catholic Church on the Saturday, November 26, 2022 at 10:00 a.m., and Father Andrew Litt will preside over the ceremony.

Visitation will take place at the church on Friday, November 25, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., and then the church will host a recitation of the Rosary at 6:00 p.m. on the same day. As musical selections, the songs “In the Garden,” “Hail Mary, Gentle Woman,” “One Bread, One Body,” and “Be Not Afraid” will be performed throughout the ceremony. The funeral mass and subsequent interment will take place in the Shelby Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery.

Janet Kloke was brought into the world by her parents, Robert D. and Agnes F. (Vyhlidal) Kloke, on August 8, 1956 in the town of Norfolk, Nebraska, in the United States of America. She attended Sacred Heart Catholic school in Norfolk all the way through elementary school, and that’s where she remained until she graduated. In 1965, the family relocated to David City, and she started her academic career at St. Mary’s Elementary School. She then continued her education at Aquinas High School, from which she graduated in 1975.

Janet worked with Hughes Brothers Inc. in the beginning, and then subsequently moved on to Double Dutch Dairy. She also worked as a cook for the Meals on Wheels program in Stromsburg when she wasn’t doing those other things. She tied the knot with the man who would eventually become her husband, Tim Grossnicklaus, on August 18th, 1990 in the town of Seward. They made their home in a more rural portion of Shelby after relocating there.

While Janet was visiting her family at their cabin, her favorite activities included going fishing, shopping for antiques, and spending time with her relatives. Her survivors include her husband Tim of Shelby, stepchildren Kala (Brian) Greenwalt of Grand Island, Billy (Mel) Grossnicklaus of Oxford, and Kylie Grossnicklaus of Las Vegas, Nevada; seven grandchildren Logan Taylor, Lucas Taylor, Bekah Taylor, Ashley, Skyler, and Carson Grossnicklaus and Aldan Greenwalt; siblings Pat (Chuck) Sanley of Seward and Ken (Ruth) Kloke of Seward; sister-in-law Margaret Kloke of Her parents, Robert and Agnes Kloke, as well as her brother, Roger Kloke, all went away before she did. She was the last surviving member of her family.

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