Janet Bauer Harmon
May 14, 1950 – August 24, 2021
Janet Bauer Harmon, 71, of Sandston, went to be with the Lord and her beloved husband, Tom, on Tuesday, August 24, 2021.
She is survived by son, Scott Turner; daughters, Katie and Meghan Turner; brother, Ronnie Bauer (Marilyn); grandchildren, Dylan, Kiersten, Tyson, Gray, Alaina, and Shaylee; great grandchildren, Kenley and Ezekiel; and brother-in-law, Larry Harmon. She is preceded in death by her father Buddy Bauer; and mother, Mildred Quinn Bauer; son, Matthew Turner; and special aunt, Ginny Keating.
Jan was a faithful Christian who loved the Lord, her family, and friends and had a smile and laugh that brought joy to those around her. She was a graduate of Highland Springs High School (1968) and retired after working for MCV/VCU for 25 years. She was a devoted member of Oakwood Memorial Baptist Church, where she served as Deacon, taught Sunday School, and served her Lord in many other ways. Jan was especially thankful for the care and kindness always provided to her by the MCV/VCU medical staff.
A private graveside service will be held for family. A Celebration of Life will be held at Oakwood Memorial Baptist Church September 18, 2021, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Oakwood Memorial Baptist Church, 3100 Gay Ave., Henrico, VA 23231.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.NelsenRichmond.com for the Harmon family.
- She is survived by son, Scott Turner; daughters, Katie and Meghan Turner; brother, Ronnie Bauer (Marilyn); grandchildren, Dylan, Kiersten, Tyson, Gray, Alaina, and Shaylee; great grandchildren, Kenley and Ezekiel; and brother-in-law, Larry Harmon. She is preceded in death by her father Buddy Bauer; and mother, Mildred Quinn Bauer; son, Matthew Turner; and special aunt, Ginny Keating.
Oakwood Baptist Church
3100 Gay Avenue, Henrico, Virginia 23231
Celebration of Life
Saturday, September 18, 2021
Janet Bauer Harmon
have a memory or condolence to add?ADD A MEMORY
September 12, 2021
I was so saddened to her about Jan’s passing. I knew her my entire life, having grown up at Oakwood. She was so kind, sweet and loved the Lord—it was very evident in all she said and did. My prayers are with her family during this difficult time—love to you all!
September 11, 2021
I have known Jan most of my life and I will always remember her for her deep faith, her strength, her kindness, her sense of humor, and her love for family and friends. Jan was certainly a beautiful person. This Earth has lost another great Christian. I will miss her, but know we will all be reunited one day in Heaven.
Ruth Ann & Steve Ferrell
September 10, 2021
Jan was an amazing woman, a loving, generous, kind hearted Christian lady whom Steve & I will never forget and treasure our memories of her and she will be greatly missed. To Kiersten, Kenley & Zeke, we want you to know that we will always be here for you & the children. For all of the family, our sincerest condolences and love to you all. She was a very special lady but always remember she is now in Heaven with our Lord and all of us will join her in Heaven when it is our time. What a joyous reunion that will be. Jan would want you all to continue with life & live it to the fullest! Love to you all, Steve & Ruth Ann
September 1, 2021
Thank you for always treating me like one of your grand babies grandma . I’m going miss seeing your face when I randomly see you out somewhere 💙 my heart goes out to my adopt family , I love y’all .. also wanna give a big thank you to Kiersten for bring this sweet lady into my life
August 27, 2021
Love you and miss you Grandma. Your pain and suffering is over. You can rejoice with the lord and loved ones in heaven. See you again one day! ❤️