OBITUARY

Janet Grace Roberts

December 22, 1938January 9, 2020
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Janet Grace Robert, 81, of Chappell Nebraska, passed peacefully of natural causes on 1/9/2020 surrounded by family at Platte Valley Hospital, Brighton Colorado. Janet was born on 12/22/1938 in Denver Colorado and was an only child. She graduated from Westminster High School. She also took Accounting and Word Processing classes at a variety of Jr. Colleges. She worked at various jobs including Rocky Mountain Bank Note, Cabela’s. She then made a dream come true and opened her own business, “Jan’s Janitorial” in Nebraska. Her hobbies included lots of crafts, crocheting, quilting, painting and playing cards. Her passion was people! She loved spending time with all the kids, grandchildren and neighbors. Janet was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Ruth (Westerkamp) Butler; her first husband, Daniel Carl Seveland; her second husband, V. Neal Roberts; and her daughter Jennifer Ruth (Roberts) Hitchcock. She is survived by her 3 sons, Paul David Seveland, Mark Robert Seveland and Jonathan Roland Roberts; 7 grandchildren, Jeffrey, Jamie, Alicia, Joseph, Nathan, David, Alexis; and 2 great grandchildren, Xyler and Malachi. A funeral service will be held on Friday, January 17, 2020 , 1:30pm at Olinger Highland Mortuary, 10201 Grant St. Thornton Co 80229

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Committal Service Friday, January 17, 2020

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luella nelson

January 17, 2020

I am so sorry to know that Janet has passed. She was a respected person by those who knew her and a loved person by all of her family. She worked hard in her lifetime and was always there for whomever needed her.
My family along with hers spent many a forth of July letting off fireworks in the streets of Big Springs, Nebraska. Janet would set back in her chair (small smile on her face) watching her family have the time of their life.
I have known Janet from when she lived in Cole Creek Canyon in Colorado, just up the road from me. The time has flown by sense that time. Her daughter Jennifer was only fifteen years old then.
Good-bye my friend, I will see you again some day. I know you will be watching down on your family, guiding them to safety. May you rest in peace.
Remember Me
Remember me when flowers bloom early in the spring
Remember me on sunny days in the fun that summer brings
Remember me in the fall as you walk through leaves of gold
And remember me in the wintertime in the stories that are told
But most of all remember Each day, right from the start
I will be forever near For I live within your heart
Luella Curtis