25 May , 1933 – 5 November , 2019
Janice W. Seldomridge, 86, of Atlanta, Georgia died on November 5th, 2019 at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital.
Janice was born on May 25th, 1933, in Dallas, Texas to Wallace and Louise Wheelis. She attended Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas and continued her education at the Atlanta Division of the University of Georgia in Business Administration. It was in Atlanta that Janice met her husband, Robert Lawrence Seldomridge, who graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1953 with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Janice and Robert were blessed with sixty-six years of marriage.
Janice enjoyed Georgia Tech football, traveling, reading, entertaining and loved spending time with family. Thanks to Robert’s career in the oil industry, Janice was fortunate to experience living overseas in such countries as France, England, Libya, and Aruba.
Janice is survived by her husband, Robert Lawrence Seldomridge of St. Albans, West Virginia; her sister and her spouse Penny and Bobby Sieg; her children and their spouses, Linda and Kevin Kelly, Steve Seldomridge and Joy Elia, Anne and Peter DiFilippo, and Jane and John Hussa; and grandchildren Colleen Kelly, Megan Kelly, Katie McDermott, Robbie Seldomridge, William Hussa and Emily Hussa; and great grandchild Ryan Evans.
Janice was preceded in death by her parents Wallace and Louise Wheelis and her sister and her spouse Nancy and Martin Dodd.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the The Parkinson’s Foundation at http://www.parkinson.org
- Visitation Sunday, 10 November , 2019
- Funeral Service Sunday, 10 November , 2019
- Committal Service Sunday, 10 November , 2019
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Candy and Bob Levy
24 November 2019
I met Bob and Janice in Aruba in 1980. I was warmly welcomed by her and attended social events at her home. I became immediately aware that Jan was a fabulous cook and a wonderful entertainer. She taught our daughter, Jessica, at the Seroe Colorado pre-school. She was active in the community in general. Above all, what stands out in my mind is that Jan was extremely generous and loved and admired by all. She was truly a lady.
Jan, Bob and Jane were an important part of our lives in Aruba.
Bob and I send our sincere condolences to Bob and family.
15 November 2019
We always talk of Jan and Bob, as one. We first met during a gathering at Emmerson Knapp’s home in December 1972. We will always be grateful for meeting you and being able to share part of your life. We often talk of the special times we had in Libya and Aruba and we will continue to do this as long as we live. Carole has prepared Jan’s spiced peaches and copper pennies almost every Christmas since 1972; this will continue to be a special memory of Jan. We agree with you Bob, Jan was a wonderful person. It will be sad knowing that Jan is no longer with you, but we will always think of you both as being together.
Rest in peace Jan, our thoughts are with you, Bob and all your family.
Carole and Bruce Bloom
8 November 2019
Janice Seldomridge was my friend. She came into my life as an extra bonus from my decades long essential friendship with her daughter Anne. Her passing is as meaningful to me as that of my own dear mother; I mourn and celebrate this beautiful and graceful woman and feel privileged that I enjoyed so many happy experiences with her and her family that she loved so well.
Her crossing was sweet and due. She will be forever loved in this world and in her new home, beyond.
With love and gratitude.
8 November 2019
Janice was the #1 Yellow Jacket Fan!!She was a lovely lady and GT tailgates will never be the same again. We will miss her and hold her memory dear. Love to Bob and family. Alwyn, Vyanti, Armaan, Sameer and Saajan
8 November 2019
So saddened to hear of Janice's passing. We so enjoyed tailgating at Georgia Tech with all of you and have greatly missed that since moving away. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Much love and peace to you all! John, Jenny, Daniel, Nick and Claire Oliaro
Pam & Ray Stenson
7 November 2019
Our dear friends, Anne & Pete you are in our thoughts. May you be able to smile soon as you share memories of love & laughter. All our love always and the best for your family. To your Mom: rest in peace. Pam & Ray xoxo