Janet Robin Huse
July 29, 1957 – May 20, 2020
On the evening of May 20, 2020 Janet Robin Huse passed peacefully from this world, a loss and sorrow for all who knew her. Janet was born on July 29, 1957 in Jersey City, New Jersey and resided in Huntsville, Alabama at the time of her passing at age 62.
Family members who treasure her memory are brother Thomas Huse, with his spouse Coleen of Wilmington, NC and brother Dana Huse of Ventura, CA.
Other surviving family members include nephew Mark Huse, spouse Valerie with their daughters Amber and Hailey of Sterling, VA and niece Lauren Huse Ranks, her spouse Peter Ranks and their son Nathan of Ashburn, VA. Also with us are Mark and Lauren's mother Beth Hunt Huse Neil, with her spouse Nelson of Falls Church, VA.
Family is only a portion of an overflowing glass of those bound to her in her generosity of love and sensible, practical, pragmatic good deeds spread near and far.
Our lives are a bit less from her passing although memories and tall tales of her life console us all with warmth and much laughter.
Janet was retired from her profession as a Family Social Worker well-recognized for treating troubled adolescents. She was educated with a Masters in Family Social Work from the University of Montevallo in Birmingham, Alabama.
For those of you wishing to mark her passing in a way as practical as Janet herself, a donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (https://www.nationalmssociety.org/What-is-MS) is always welcome. Due to public health realities, attendance at all services will be among family only. To participate in a Zoom Memorial service to be scheduled within a week or so, please contact her brother Dana at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-805-648-6125.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Janet Robin Huse
Cheryl Prewitt Herring Garner
May 24, 2020
Janet and I shared many Lee High School off road adventures. Skipping assemblies was a prime opportunity. We usually eluded detection, but Mr. Hunter did nab us once at the Ice Cream shop.
I was so proud of Janet for her career in counseling. She was always a good source advise, and knew what a kid was up to before they even realized it.
Since returning to Huntsville, we have shared many lunches at her favorite- Olive Garden or Blue Plate. I tried to encourage her to exercise with my Mom at the Wellness Center. She kept everyone there entertained! I also occasional went with her to Culman to get infusions for her MS. She was so independent and strong willed. Many thanks to her friend Maryanne who helped her so much through the years! I hated to see Janet get so sick in February and struggle to regain her health. Bless you Janet . I have a feeling you are driving a purple convertible down the golden streets of Heaven with your dearly loved Mom and Dad. When I get there, let me know if I turn “your door” or “my door” !!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸