In Memory

Janice V. Hoffman-Maynard

Janice V. Hoffman-Maynard

Janice Maynard

February 09, 1945 - July 28, 2017

MAYNARD

Janice Virginia (nee Hoffman), 72 of Sycamore Twp., Ohio., passed away Friday July 28, 2017. Loving wife  of Robert S. Maynard.

Beloved mother of Susannah Maynard, Barkley and Samantha.

Grandmother of Stella, Mr. Bojangles, Paco, and Diana.

Sister of Dean (Linda) Hoffman and Anita Sizemore. Aunt of Victoria Margroum, Meredith and Catherine Hoffman. 
Janice grew up in Montgomery the oldest of three children. She graduated from both Sycamore High School and the University of Cincinnati. She worked for 30 years as an office manager and recruiter in the transportation industry. Janice loved to travel both near and far, especially enjoying travel to the American Southwest and to Great Britain. She was a creative person and instilled that creativity in her daughter. She loved making jewelry, crafting, and quilting. She enjoyed spending time with her family and would often go shopping with her daughter. She was a kind person who loved helping others, but especially loved helping animals in need. Over the years she was the mother to many cats and a dog, as well as grandmother to several cats and dogs. She was a social person and each week she looked forward to attending her jewelry and quilting groups, trying to attend as often as possible, despite her many health problems. This brief bio cannot do justice to the wonderful person that she was and she will be greatly missed by those closest to her.
In memory of Janice her family will receive friends Friday Aug. 11th at 6 pm until the service at 7:30 pm at Strawser Funeral Home in Blue Ash. Memorials suggested to Recycled Doggies (http://recycleddoggies.com/)

Guestbook at www.strawserfuneralhome.com

 

SERVICESVisitation followed by Service

Friday, August 11, 2017
6:00 PM

 

Strawser Funeral Home 
9503 Kenwood Rd. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242

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08/10/17 04:45 PM #1    

Jerry Lovell

I only knew Janice for a couple of years at Sycamore.  As I remember, she was a somewhat quiet person and I think I rmember that she and Linda Fenstermacher were "pals."  The most memorable thing I know about Janice is that when I was a little guy (up to age 4) we lived in Montgomery next door to Janice's grandmother and across the street from what is now Montgomery Inn.. I am sure that her family will miss her quiet, gentle spirit, as will tose of us who remember her.


08/11/17 12:09 PM #2    

('62) Penny Snyder (Dorgan)

Although I had not been in contact with Janice for many years, we spent many summer days playing together during our childhood in Montgomery. Janice and Anita, and My sister, Marty, and myself were often together, as we lived very close to one another. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.


08/12/17 11:22 AM #3    

Beth Stengel-Madama

Janice and I spent many summer days together at her home in Montgomery.   We also attended college together and rode from Montgomery to UC almost every day!    I lost contact with her after she married Bob.  Condolences to her whole family and friends!


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