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Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center

1655 University Drive, Coral Springs, FL

OBITUARY

Janet Ruwe

February 6, 1962January 7, 2020
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Janet Ruwe passed away on January 7, 2020 after an unexpected illness. Janet was born on February 6, 1962 and was taken from us way too soon. Janet married Timothy Ruwe on June 28, 1980 after being told by many that they were too young. Having loved each other since the age of 8, they knew better and proved them all wrong. They had two children, Timothy and Brian. While Tim and her boys meant the world to her, everyone knew her grandchildren were the light of her life. Madison, Megan, Brandon, Colton, Cora, Cooper and Katelyn were her pride and joy. Nothing brought her greater happiness than spending time with them. They have a very special angel forever to watch over them.

Janet was predeceased by her parents and her siblings Joseph Matthew McCullough, John Thomas McCullough, Joan Ann Johnson and Rodney Thomas McCullough. She is survived by her siblings Florence McCullough, Michael McCullough, Marilyn Calandriello, John McCullough, Barbara Clements, and Maureen Bernstein. She also leaves behind many nieces, nephews and people who adopted her as their family.

While heaven gained an angel, anyone who knew her will miss Janet’s infectious smile and laugh, her compassion and willingness to help everyone. She was quick to help anyone and always tried to bring happiness to everyone she met. She could enter a room full of people she never met and would quickly be the life of the party. She was our sunshine.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, January 13, 2020
  • Graveside Service Monday, January 13, 2020

Memories

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Amir Soleymani

January 13, 2020

My condolences to your family and friends. You had always been kind and friendly to me through the years. You will be missed!!!

Gigi Louis

January 11, 2020

I am so sad to hear this. Janet was always delightful to be around. She had such a great laugh and always had a positive attitude.

Margie Saxon

January 11, 2020

I met Janet through her sister & brother-in-law, Susan & Mark Beetz, our best friends & next door neighbors, 26 years ago. I’ll always remember her hellos every time I saw her “Hey Marge, how the heck are you?”, & always told me I love Tim, but being a grandmother is the best thing that happened in her life. I’ll always the great fun & memories we had at the Beetz’s New Year Eve parties. My family& I are saddened & will miss her dearly. Our hearts & prayers go out to Tim & his family. The Saxon family.💙🙏

Debbie Williams

January 11, 2020

We all grew up together in the neighborhood. I can't give you the number but we spent hours together being good and also bad. The friendships we have been through good and bad times. But we always. Knew we could call and someone would come .Tim and Janet were always together and I want surprised when they got married. We all knew this was one marriage that would last forever and we were right. There were no better parents than Time and Janet.. She always made the people.e in a room smile and we knew it would be a great party with them there. Our parents were best friends till the end and got in a lot of trouble together. All in fun though. We don't see each other often but we always loved to see each other. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel .We will always miss her but she will guide us from above. Love to you all family and friends💝😪😪💒

Debbie (McCaslin) Dix

January 11, 2020

Janet & I go back to our old neighborhood where she & Tim met...we had lots of fun times at New River Middle & Stranahan High as we carpooled, shared classes and giggled about our boyfriends. I attended their wedding and always thought it was a forever marriage 💞 and my prediction came to fruition. Through the years we lost touch but reunited on Facebook and made plans for lunch. I’m so happy we did...it was wonderful to catch up and reminisce. I’m saddened but also know Janet’s bright light will always glow bright! Tim, Boys & Family you are in our thoughts & prayers 🙏🏻

Monica Ruwe

January 9, 2020

Janet. So hard to find the words.. remembering your true heart full of kindness to everyone you touched!! Your laughter.. words of wisdom.. will never forget the talks!! Such a beautiful person inside and out!! You will be so missed by many!! You’ll forever be in our hearts!!

Kelly Saxe

January 9, 2020

Janet is a wonder and loving women. I feel blessed that I have been blessed to have her and her family in my life. God Bless her and her family!💝😘

Sheri Rogers

January 7, 2020

She had a laughter that was so infectious. She had a heart that was bigger than Texas! I will never forget our baseball games, drinking and just having fun.
You will be forever mourned.
We love you
Sheri & Dave Rogers

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