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Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave, San Jose, CA

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Janice Vuletich Beahm

18 septembre , 196030 août , 2019

On Friday, August 30, 2019, Janice Vuletich Beahm, loving wife and mother, passed away quietly in her home surrounded by family at age 58 after a long struggle with cancer.

Janice was born Janice Anne Vuletich on September 18, 1960, in Oakland, California, to Tony and Rosella (Lucero) Vuletich. Janice was raised in Piedmont, California with her brother Tony and sister Denise. She attended Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda and graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design in San Francisco. Janice worked many years in the banking and insurance industry. On November 9, 1996, she married David Gerard Beahm. They raised their son Alexander and daughter Haley in San Jose, California.

Janice loved being a stay-at-home mom raising her children. She was a loving and devoted mother who was involved in all aspects of her children’s lives. Janice’s favorite activity was spending time with her immediate and extended family. She was a faithful Forty-Niner fan and loved shopping, interior design and especially family vacations.

Janice is survived by her husband David, her son Alexander, her daughter Haley, her sister Denise Silva, brother-in-law Bob Silva, and many cousins, nieces and nephews. There will be a memorial mass to celebrate Janice’s life on Saturday September 28, 10:30, at St. Francis Cabrini Church, 15333 Woodard Road San Jose, California 95124.

In lieu of flowers please make a contribution to American Cancer Society.

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Sanjit Chadha

10 septembre , 2019

Dear Dave, Haley and Alex,
My memory of Janice is her never ending smile and bubbly personality. We shared our love of our kinder children when Haley and Neil were in kinder together and sharing mom and school experiences as they grew over the years. She was giddy when she spoke about both Alex and Haley. I am heart broken to know that she was so sick but I am happy to hear she spent it with the ones she loved the most. Wishing your family lots of love and hugs through these hard times. Please let us know if you need anything.

Julie Boggini

4 septembre , 2019

Dear Dave, Alex, Haley,
My favorite memory.. that is a hard one because I have so many. There is one that stands out the most.
Janice’s deep love for her family is one that had left a strong impact on me from the first day I met her. I loved spending hours at the Starbuck’s by Target with her as we shared stories and updates about each other’s family. BTW, she always ordered Hibiscus Tea. Every time she mentioned your names it was with a smile regardless of what adventures you were engaged in. 😉 Her biggest smiles came when she knew Alex and Haley were coming home from school. I will miss her stories and most of all her smile.
Hugs to all of you,
Julie

Elahe Hollinger

3 septembre , 2019

Dave, Alex and Haley:
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this very difficult time. Janice and I were co-workers and good friends in the early 80’s when we both worked for Great Western Bank. We kept in touch all these years despite our careers and lives taking us on different paths. Words cannot describe how much I will miss Janice. She was an incredible woman with a kind heart, great love for her family and a positive attitude. May she Rest In Peace.

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