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Janice Lynn Glaser

24 septiembre , 196220 mayo , 2020

In loving memory of Janice Lynn Ster Glaser

Janice ascended into heaven on Wednesday May 20, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Despite the health struggles she has been battling the past few years, her passing was very rapid and unexpected. We are extremely thankful that her last day was filled with happiness and laughter, and it was not a prolonged and painful process for her.

Born on September 24,1962, Janice grew up in a military family spending the early years of her life throughout the US, Japan, and Guam before they settled in Citrus Heights, California. After graduating from Mesa Verde High School in 1980, she attended Sacramento State University where she earned her degree in 1986. She was an accomplished student-athlete on the Hornet basketball and volleyball teams playing on the 1981 National Champion volleyball team, receiving volleyball All-American honors in 1985, and was inducted into the Hornet Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1996.

After meeting her loving husband, Eric, during her final internship in school, Janice joined him in the Navy and served as an Optometrist at Naval Air Station Brunswick until 1994. After completion of their military service, they moved their growing family back to the Sacramento area to be closer to Janice’s parents. Janice opened Glaser Vision Optometry in El Dorado Hills in 2000 and practiced there until the family moved in 2010 to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Though the move limited the scope of optometry she was able to practice, it expanded her opportunities to travel the world allowing her to accrue more stamps on her trips with family and friends than a single passport could hold. In 2019, Janice and Eric moved back to the United States in Louisville, KY. This July would have been their 30th wedding anniversary.

Janice loved life, celebrating those around her and lived by the phrase “every day is a gift.” Her spontaneous and energetic nature was contagious and she had a pool of talents as diverse as the destinations of her travels. She exhibited her talents with a needle and thread making a majority of her clothes as a teenager, halloween costumes for her children, and the bridal and bridesmaid dresses used in her own wedding. Friends and family of Janice will always have memories of her baking prowess from the numerous one-of-a-kind birthday and wedding cakes, delicious desserts to cap off wonderful meals, beautiful loaves of artisan breads, and scratch made sugar cookies and icing for decorating with loved ones. Her crafting would amaze others in her final years with the hand made cards and mementos to commemorate special occasions and life events.

Janice’s greatest love and joy were her two children, Kyle and Jennifer. Janice is preceded in death by her mother Josephine, father James, brother Joe, and sister-in-law Kathy Ster. Because of the current COVID-19 concerns, plans for a celebration of life are pending at this time.

In lieu of flowers, spend time with your family and make sure they know you love them; remembering that every day is a gift.

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Sharon Deegan

20 junio , 2020

Janice was a truly beautiful person. Bob, Bud, and I are so glad to have enjoyed her cookies, cheesecake, and, most importantly, her company. Bob and Bud had the pleasure of attending a UofL basketball game with Janice. We will miss her.

Your family has been and will continue to be in our thoughts. You have our deepest sympathy.

Sharon, Bob, and Bud

Kevin Beauregard

2 junio , 2020

I met Janice at Dialysis.
One day this new patient came in and was seated in the chair across from me.
We said hello and gradually developed a friendship, like most usually do at dialysis.
She was particularly nice everyday to everyone,, always happy, social before, during and after treatments.
Some days she would ride her bike in, other days drive.
She got me interested in home dialysis, which I'm so grateful for.
I could always depend on her when I was in trouble at home doing dialysis.
She was always a text away, giving me support and the help I needed during treatments.
Het and Eric came to my aide when I had bad days after treatment. Though I've not known her long, I'll never forget her.
She's in a restful, peaceful place with our Father.
Praise God for that!

Viktoria Kalegina

30 mayo , 2020

Hello, my heart goes out to your family...🙏 Mrs.Janice was such a kind person and the best doctor I have ever met in my life. She will stay forever in my heart♥️ Please accept my sincere condolences. God bless you and your family.

Brek Peterson

28 mayo , 2020

When God puts your name in his book you can rest assured the light before you is home!

Kathryn Ferguson

27 mayo , 2020

I was lucky to meet Janice when she and Eric moved to Dubai and joined Emirates. We quickly developed a friendship and shared some great times socially over the years. I will remember Janice as a role model, the type of person we should all try to be. She was caring, thoughtful, generous, intelligent and inquisitive. I enjoyed her company and am grateful for her friendship. I will treasure the time we spent together in Bangkok when we were there to celebrate Markus and Isi’s wedding. My prayers and love go out to Eric, Jenny and Kyle and all who loved and knew Janice. Heaven has gained an angel

Andrew Cummings

26 mayo , 2020

So glad I got to spend time with you guys recently. Here is a photo of the three of us from my visit to the UAE.

Beth Lamont

26 mayo , 2020

Oh Janice, you lit up the room when you entered - always a smile and caring word...
Every time I visited you, you were creating something, many times in the kitchen. One day it was croissants from scratch, another a special sauce with secret ingredients and around Christmas, cut out cookies of course. Then when you heard I was tutoring Korean students from the neighborhood, you arranged a cooking lesson in your kitchen with them teaching us how to make bulgogi.
When it was time for you to move back to the states....we had a fun time at your garage sale with friends, Karen and Sarah, and topped off with appetizers and drinks served by Eric when all the bargain hunters had left.
But the most memorable time was when you joined my birthday party in the dessert coming over the sand dune with fire lanterns in hand - we lit them in turn and watched our hopes and dreams light up the sky that night. ..... You will always be with us in spirit. ❤️

Jay and Joan Rosenthal

26 mayo , 2020

We love Janice. So many wonderful memories including the Rosenthal-Ster family Thanksgivings together. Janice will always be part of our family and forever in our hearts. Eric, Kyle, and Jenny you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Greg Fagert

24 mayo , 2020

I met Janice at the Orthok meeting .
I sat by her....
So easy to talk to....
Over the years, we kept connected on Facebook as friends.
I hope Jesus is indeed in her heart
As heaven is the greatest of all eternal destinations.
I believe she carried the light of God!
Life is sooo short....
But Eternality is forever long with or without Jesus!
God bless her family

Leslie Gregor

24 mayo , 2020

Jan was one of the first people I met upon arrival to Fullerton CA to start SCCO! She always had such a vibrant personality . She visited my practice in Kansas a time or two as well.
She & her family will be in my prayers.
Love,
Leslie Gregor

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In loving memory of Janice Lynn Ster Glaser


Janice ascended into heaven on Wednesday May 20, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Despite the health struggles she has been battling the past few years, her passing was very rapid and unexpected. We are extremely thankful that her last day was filled with happiness and laughter, and it was not a prolonged and painful process for her.


Born on September 24,1962, Janice grew up in a military family spending the early years of her life throughout the US, Japan, and Guam before they settled in Citrus Heights, California. After graduating from Mesa Verde High School in 1980, she attended Sacramento State University where she earned her degree in 1986. She was an accomplished student-athlete on the Hornet basketball and volleyball teams playing on the 1981 National Champion volleyball team, receiving volleyball All-American honors in 1985, and was inducted into the Hornet Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1996.





After meeting her loving husband, Eric, during her final internship in school, Janice joined him in the Navy and served as an Optometrist at Naval Air Station Brunswick until 1994. After completion of their military service, they moved their growing family back to the Sacramento area to be closer to Janice’s parents. Janice opened Glaser Vision Optometry in El Dorado Hills in 2000 and practiced there until the family moved in 2010 to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Though the move limited the scope of optometry she was able to practice, it expanded her opportunities to travel the world allowing her to accrue more stamps on her trips with family and friends than a single passport could hold. In 2019, Janice and Eric moved back to the United States in Louisville, KY. This July would have been their 30th wedding anniversary.


Janice loved life, celebrating those around her and lived by the phrase “every day is a gift.” Her spontaneous and energetic nature was contagious and she had a pool of talents as diverse as the destinations of her travels. She exhibited her talents with a needle and thread making a majority of her clothes as a teenager, halloween costumes for her children, and the bridal and bridesmaid dresses used in her own wedding. Friends and family of Janice will always have memories of her baking prowess from the numerous one-of-a-kind birthday and wedding cakes, delicious desserts to cap off wonderful meals, beautiful loaves of artisan breads, and scratch made sugar cookies and icing for decorating with loved ones. Her crafting would amaze others in her final years with the hand made cards and mementos to commemorate special occasions and life events.


Janice’s greatest love and joy were her two children, Kyle and Jennifer. Janice is preceded in death by her mother Josephine, father James, brother Joe, and sister-in-law Kathy Ster. Because of the current COVID-19 concerns, plans for a celebration of life are pending at this time.


In lieu of flowers, spend time with your family and make sure they know you love them; remembering that every day is a gift.

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