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Janice Lee LaHaise

September 8, 1950November 12, 2020

Janice Lee LaHaise passed away on November 12, 2020 at the age of 70. She was the loving mother of Christina (Jeff) Georgiou of Noblesville, IN, Albert G. Fox Jr of Roseville, MI, and Michele (Curtis) Moser of Eaton Rapids, MI. She was the cherished grandma of Nicholas, Anthony, and Salvatore Georgiou, Lauren Fox, Brittany (Travis) Allen, Joshua, and Justin Bowmer. She was the beloved great grandmother of Baby Allen. She was the dear sister of Karen LaHaise, Cheryl (Bill) Aquin, Kim DeMars, Sandra (Carl) Bush, and Alan (Heather) LaHaise. Janice is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Janice became a beautician at a young age. She later graduated from Marygrove College becoming a surgical technician.

Janice loved spending time with her family, her dog Bugsy, singing, dancing and listening to Elvis.

Visitation for Janice will take place on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 9:30am until 12:30pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Road in Clinton Township. A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday at 12:30pm at the funeral home.

  • FAMILY

  • Christina (Jeff) Georgiou, Daughter
  • Albert G. Fox Jr, Son
  • Michele (Curtis) Moser, Daughter
  • Karen LaHaise, Sister
  • Cheryl (Bill) Aquin, Sister
  • Kim DeMars, Sister
  • Sandra (Carl) Bush, Sister
  • Alan (Heather) LaHaise, Brother
  • She was the cherished grandma of Nicholas, Anthony, and Salvatore Georgiou, Lauren Fox, Brittany (Travis) Allen, Joshua, and Justin Bowmer. She was the beloved great grandmother of Baby Allen.


    Janice is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.

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Debra Pawlak

November 17, 2020

When I was little, my cousin Jan always took care of me. I looked forward to visiting Uncle Bob's and Aunt Betty's house so I could see her. Through no fault of ours, we lost touch for 50 years and then we found each other again. When I reached out to Jan after all that time, she welcomed me back into the fold with open arms and shared lots stories that filled in many gaps for me. As adults, our time together was way too short, but I know that Jan will still be looking our for me . Bless you, Jan. You are missed, but you will never ever be forgotten.

Kathy Pennell

November 16, 2020

She was such a nice lady who always seemed to have a smile on her face.

Shannon Wright

November 16, 2020

I am so thankful for the years you welcomed me into your home. Michele was my very best friend and you opened your heart and your home to me more times than I can count.

Pam Bixler

November 14, 2020

My memory of Jan was that she was a beautiful person who adored her children and grandchildren. She was my mother-in-law and was always kind and generous. I will remember her sense of humor, strength and devotion to her family. Lauren and I will miss her but she'll always be in our hearts.

Brittany Allen

November 13, 2020

I'll be forever grateful that you were able to attend our wedding. These photos are priceless. I will cherish them forever. It hurts my heart greatly to know that you're gone, but I'm relieved you are pain free. Until we meet again, grandma

Kathi Bush

November 13, 2020

Jan was a wonderful mother, grandmother, cousin, sister. She had a very sweet heart and the absolute best smile all the time. Being as she was my cousin she will be truly missed, but she has plenty of family there to welcome her along with bushy. She will forever be in our thoughts and prayers..

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