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Janet W. Ryan

December 21, 1932July 28, 2020

RYAN, Janet W. (nee Wunderlich) July 28, 2020 of Williamsville, NY. Beloved wife of the late John P. Ryan. Dearest mother of Barbara (Bryan) Green and Nancy (Kenneth) Luzak. Cherished grandmother of James (Jessica) Siffringer, Matthew and Melissa Green and Kenneth and Justin Luzak and great-grandmother of Myla. Dear sister of Henry (late Mary) and the late Donald (late Rose) Wunderlich. Private funeral services were held. If desired, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association. Online condolences and donations may be shared at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com


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Susan Elizabeth

August 7, 2020

My deepest condolences to your family! When I dated Don I would get to see Janet and John and enjoy her lovely company. I would say to Don she was made of good stock. I hope they welcomed her home❤️ With marching bands

Missy Olivencia

July 30, 2020

So sorry for your loss Barb and Nancy. Aunt Janet was such a classy beautiful woman. She will be missed. Take comfort knowing she is by Uncle Jack’s side again.

Denise Riches

July 30, 2020

R.I.P. Aunt Janet I will cherish the memories I have of you and Uncle Jack, I won’t forget going to your house for New Year’s Eve when I was growing up. I love you and tell Uncle Jack I love and miss him.

Joanne MacInnes

July 30, 2020

Aunt Janet was not only my aunt, she was my Godmother. So many fond memories in childhood which gave the family a solid foundation to take into our adulthood. We spent many days and weekends together as a family in our formative years.
When career moves took many of our family members to Texas, Janets visits to her brother Henry in Houston and her brother Donald in San Antonio (prior to his passing) helped keep family traditions alive.
During those visits she would always make time for a lunches, dinners and leisurely activities where joy, much laughter love and words of encouragement were spoken.
My last , and very fond memory of Janet was at my niece Haley’s wedding when we drove together to Austin and were splitting at the seams with laughter most the way there. We sat at the same table at the wedding which was the more mature family members and the joy of that day filled us all with love and laughter, I will always remember your kind spirit and beautiful smile.
See you in Eternity my beloved Aunt💗

Haley Mlinac

July 29, 2020

Every memory of Aunt Janet is enveloped in laughter. Whether we were out to lunch during her visits to Houston, visiting her in Buffalo, or seeing her at my wedding, Aunt Janet brought so much joy, kindness and laughter to everything she did. I’ll carry her warmth and good nature with me. My thoughts are with the whole family at this time and her legacy is one of joy and love of life.

Valerie Varhaug

July 29, 2020

I have many happy memories of my beloved Aunt Janet. As a young girl I thought she was so elegant when she took me, my mom, sister and cousins to see the office she was working at as an Executive Secretary. We went out for lunch afterwards and I was so proud of her. Years later she visited me in my classroom during my first year of teaching and told me how proud she was of me! Aunt Janet was always smiling and made me laugh a lot. She was loyal to family and traveled to my college graduation, wedding,, and my daughter ‘s wedding five years ago. I love you, Aunt Janet.
Sending lots of love to my cousins, Barb and Nancy, and their families.

Valerie Varhaug


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