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Janice Eloise Nolen

July 4, 1954April 15, 2020

Janice Eloise Nolen was born on July 4, 1954 and passed away on April 15, 2020 and is under the care of Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC.

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Andy Bessler

April 28, 2020

On behalf of the National Tribal Air Association, I offer my condolences to Janice's family and friends. It was a true honor and privilege to work with and know Janice.

Janice took time out of her busy life to meet with our leadership when NTAA came to DC to work on air quality policy and Tribes around the country benefited from her work. Her legacy will carry on as we continue to work to advance air quality for the future generations.

Andy Bessler, Project Director, National Tribal Air Association

Amy Royden-Bloom

April 16, 2020

I first met Janice at a conference for state and local air quality officials – I had invited her to speak on the health impacts of air pollution. I will never forget her talk. She put a small straw in front of the seats of all the attendees. At the beginning of her presentation, she asked attendees to take the small straws and try and breathe through them. It was a struggle for everyone. Then she started her talk by saying, this is what it’s like for asthmatics to breathe.

Janice was passionate about her work but also knew how to connect to people. I am sure the air quality community misses her greatly.

John Hornback

April 16, 2020

Condolences to Janice's family and friends. I met with and had conversations with Janice on many occasions on a variety of topics including the annual ALA air report, regional haze, ozone and particulate matter attainment, and general life. My last conversation with her was maybe three years ago; just a how-are-you-doing chat. So very sorry to hear of her passing. She was tough, caring and passionate, highly intelligent, and committed to her personal mission as well as that of the ALA, to help Americans breathe. I mourn her loss and will pray for everyone touched by her. John Hornback. McDonough, GA.

Megan Hubbard

April 16, 2020

I only met Janice last year through work. My company paired with the American Lung Association to create an online course about the dangers of radon. As we worked together, I learned about the subject and really enjoyed our interactions. Janice was a very direct person as we collaborated and I admire that quality so much. She made me smile quite a bit in the midst of a subject that is not humorous. I really liked our work together and I will miss her and the passion she shared.
I know her family must be amazing based on how she spoke about them and how she was so happy when talking about spending time with the grandkids. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely, Megan Hubbard

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