Janette DeYonge

Janette DeYonge

Janette DeYongeJanette Lee DeYonge, age 67, of Adrian MI, formerly of Tracy MN, passed away peacefully October 7, 2019 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo as a result from an accident at home. Memorial service will be 11am Tuesday, October 22 at the Tracy United Methodist Church. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at church. Interment will be in the Tracy City Cemetery. Stephens Funeral Service – Tracy Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Janette Lee DeYonge was born November 3, 1951 to Edgar and Janet (Baack) DeYonge in Worthington. Janette graduated from Tracy High School in 1970 and attended college at SMSU in Marshall. She worked for Schwan’s in Marshall for nine years. Janette later joined the United States Navy in 1985 and served as a Yeoman First Class Petty Officer. During her years of service, she toured in England, Spain, and Guam. Janette was very proud to serve her country. She spent 20 years in the service and was honorably discharged in 2005. Janette retired in Michigan. During her time in Michigan she worked as Administrative Assistant Sr. of Healthcare for Michigan Medicine at the University of Michigan. Janette was a member of the United Methodist Church in Adrian, MI. She enjoyed volunteering at church, playing tennis and softball, knitting, crocheting and cross stitching. Janette was an avid reader and would read almost any kind of book. She especially loved spending time with her sisters, nieces, nephews and her dog Gus. Janette will be deeply missed.

Janette is survived by her sisters Marilyn (Todd) Gregg of Marshall, Marian (Dave) Brady of Pipestone; brother Robert DeYonge; nephews Michael Gorter of Sioux Falls, SD and Nick McNab of Sioux Falls, SD; niece Kelsie (Brady) Kruger of Sioux Falls, SD; great niece Arianna Gorter; and Irene DeYonge. She is preceded in death by her parents, sister Luann, and brother-in-law Steve McNab.

4 thoughts on “Janette DeYonge”

  1. Janette you are going to missed! You always had a good story about your life in the Navy or a song to sing with your fellow admins. After working with you for more than 13 years, I can honestly say we had some good times through a lot of chaotic work. I will remember you every Christmas with the wonder ornament gifts you have given throughout the years. You will be forever in be in my memories as one the “Good ones”. Rest in peace my friend. Ann

  2. Nipa Khatlawala

    It was always a pleasure working with you. I am going to really miss you and our wonderful conversations. You will be definitely missed.

  3. Deborah Davis McKenzie

    I didn’t know Janette, but I remembered her name because it is so beautiful. And from what I have been hearing and reading about her, from our Michigan Medicine colleagues, she has a beautiful soul to match. To her family, may God grant you peace, and ease your pain. May she be in a place of rest, where there is no sighing, no sorrow, and no suffering. May her memory be everlasting.

    1. My deepest sympathy to family of Janette. She and I were high school classmates. I always enjoyed chatting with her. She was always friendly and very pleasant.

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