Janice Grace Hicks

October 9, 1947February 14, 2021

Janice was a long-time resident of Trevose, Pennsylvania. She was born on October 9, 1947 in Trenton New Jersey, to parents, Edward Hicks and Dorothy Hicks. She graduated from Hamilton High School West in 1965. She continued her education establishing a successful career in Accounting.

Janice lived life to the fullest. There was never a dull moment whether it was just the two of us (her and Fred) or in a crowd, Janice truly was the life of the party.

Janice is survived by Fred Klemmer her life-long companion, Doris Sitzler, her sister, Robert Hicks, her brother, Aunt Bobbie (Barbara) Masterson, and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to: The Bridge Clinic 2600 South Bridge Eagle Road Newton, PA 18940 This organization takes care of the feral cats at Core Creek Park, Langhorne, PA, with tarping, neutering, feeding and releasing them back in the Park


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Diana Forconi

February 21, 2021

We will always remember the joy of being with Janice and will never forget her laughter. Avalon by the Sea, the Cliff House in Maine and everything in between. Rest in peace dear friend. Love, Di Di, Lou and Georgie

Eddie and Jami Sitzler

February 20, 2021

Aunt Janice was very generous, funny, and loved by all. R.I.P. We have many great memories to remember her by.

Antoinette Cendali

February 19, 2021

Janice was an amazing person. Her smile was contagious: She laughed easy and smiled often. To witness her challenges these past years was nothing short of inspirational. Her courage, her tenacity, and her faith carried her through many difficult times. May she rest in peace. She will not be forgotten. It was my gift to have known her.

Annie Maxwell

February 19, 2021

Fred, Doris and Barbara,

We are so sad at the loss of our Aunt Janice. Please know we are here to help you through your grief.

We are going to deeply miss our Aunt Edit. How can anyone ever forget our Zingo night and Ship Wreck game night. Janice was always the highlight of every family gathering. Her energy and spark will truly be missed.

May she rest in God’s peace and grace.


Annie, Stephen, Patrick and Molly

Karen McNinch

February 18, 2021

Fred, Doris, Barbara & Family,
I am so sorry for your loss and ours. Janice helped me during a difficult stage in my life to give me inspiration to hold my head up high and not to let SBs get me down. That was Janice. We spent several times drinking our Jersey Devil and getting looped. She was always laughing and smiling. Many fun times and memories. She will surely be missed. She was definitely loved by us all.
Karen, Sal, Julie & Aunt Anna

Linda Keyes

February 18, 2021

Infectious laugh, vibrant personality and BIG heart are the words I would use to best describe Aunt Janice.

"Her life was a blessing
Her memory a treasure
She is loved beyond words
And missed beyond measure"

You will be forever in our hearts.

Janet Gropp/Sullivan

February 18, 2021

I have known Janice since high school. She was always full of fun and added life to every gathering. The photo is our Steinert ‘65 friends on Long Beach Island where we shared many memories. My sincere sympathy to her family🙏🏻

Beth and Glenn Cliver

February 18, 2021

Words can not express how sad we are feeling knowing what a bright light was taken from us. Janice was the life of the party and always made us laugh and smile. We have complete faith that she is up in heaven with the rest of the gang and they’re planning some kind of shenanigans. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. ❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

Meg Kearney Smith

February 18, 2021

Fred, Doris, Barbara,
I have so many wonderful memory’s of fun times spent with Janice.
Her smile, and laugh lit up the room.
I still can’t believe she is no longer with us.
But, I’m sure she is having some laughs with the gang up there.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
She will be SO missed