Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery

18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX


Janet Elizabeth Wiiki

Born May 17, 1958

Janet Elizabeth Wiiki, aka JJ, born May 17, 1958, passed away on March 15, 2020, after a graceful struggle with cancer. She is survived by her husband, Charles (Chas) Raymond Wiiki, daughter Margaret Mary Wiiki, son Michael Roy Wiiki, mother Margaret Mary Schaller, and siblings Kathleen Marie Lally, James Robert Schaller, Margaret Mary Andreas, and Thomas Joseph Schaller, mother-in-law Florence, sister-in-law Yvonne, Brothers-in-law Roy, Roger and his wife Annie, Ralph and his wife Peggi and Rodney. Janet was also an Aunt to Megan, Elizabeth, Melanie, Susan, Scott, Tatum, Kellan, Jacob, Melissa, Sophia, Scott Wiiki – rest in peace, Katie, Amy, Bryan, Dallas, Eric, Miranda, Perry, Shannon, and a Great Aunt to Tatum, Kellan, Malyree, Trevor, Tayten, Tessa, Haven, Kaiden, Skyler, and Sawyer. Born in Euclid, Ohio, Janet grew up in New Jersey, and later relocated to Texas, where she met Chas, her husband of 35 years, and resided in The Woodlands, Texas, her beloved new home town, a planned community located just north of Houston.

Janet held a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Old Dominion University, and a Master’s degree in Industrial Hygiene from Texas A&M University. She went on to earn the Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designations, and later founded ICU Environmental, Health & Safety, a consulting firm with more than 50 employees. Her company designed and implemented Health and Safety programs and training for many clients from the Gas and Oil, Television, Government, and Food Service industries.

Janet was highly intelligent, and a tough competitor at Jeopardy and Trivial Pursuit. She loved animals, especially her dogs Nellie, Sable, Doc, Johnny and Rebel. Janet had many other pets including a horse, a goat, Guinea pigs, and cats.

Janet enjoyed RV-ing, cruising, Aggies, Astros, and Rockets games, crawfish, and anything Disney, especially The Brown Derby restaurant and Fantasmic show. She also enjoyed antiquing, which included a ladies-only annual road trip Roundtop, Texas. She attended concerts spanning the Watkins Glen Festival, Willie Nelson’s Picnic, Grateful Dead concerts, and Bob Dylan to Broadway Shows.

Janet loyally maintained friendships from childhood through high school, college, and beyond. Her friends wrote heartfelt, funny, sad, and beautiful tributes to her while she rested in hospice.

Janet was a born leader with a spirited heart of generosity. She is missed immensely, and her impact on her friends and family lives on.


  • A Celebration of Life is being planned for a later date


Janet Elizabeth Wiiki

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Nancy Brennan Gudelski

April 1, 2020

Stories of growing up with Janet and her siblings/family are some of my best childhood memories. I loved it when Janet pulled out her guitar and we all sang along to everything she played. She was so funny and smart! My roots go deep with the whole Schaller family and my heart goes out to all of them with Janet's passing.

Love to all,
Nancy Brennan Gudelski

Diane Smith

March 27, 2020

Prayers to Janet's family and friends. She was a very unique lady. I enjoyed our visits at work and her wit. She always had funny stories or situations that made us laugh. She will be very missed.

Michele Wiiki

March 26, 2020

I'm grateful for the Memories so sorry to hear about Janet's passing I have the one memory coming down to Texas in July making us feel welcome we barbecued and swam and laughed at the silly things from childhood

Phyllis Zimmerman

March 25, 2020

I was so sorry to learn of Janet's passing. I will always remember her wit and wicked sense of humor. And her wonderful laugh! May her beautiful memories bring comfort and peace to Chas and her beloved family & friends.

Joe and Judy Wiiki

March 25, 2020

So sorry to hear of Janet’s passing. Prayers and hugs to cousin Chuck and family.

Terry Blake Haines

March 25, 2020

I’m so very sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family. Terry

Colleen Robisheaux

March 19, 2020

I met you only last year but you made a lasting impression on me. When I think of you I will remember your Smile and willingness to help me understand the work at the Dow Sabine River Operations Site. You were always a Pleasure to work with.

Beth Veillon

March 18, 2020

Janet, beloved friend. Your spirit will be with us whenever we are having a good belly laugh, or when we need someone to walk in the rain with us, or even when we are just going for a ride.