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Janet Emilie Haning

Haning Janet obit

Janet Emilie Haning, age 81, of Peoria, Arizona passed away on November 10, 2020 in Peoria, Arizona. She was born November 7, 1939 to Frank and Mildred Spethmann in New Effington, South Dakota.

Janet received her Undergraduate degree in Social Work from Arizona State University and her Master’s degree in Human Relations and Organizational Behavior from the University of Phoenix. She volunteered with the Helping Hands and Arizona Lost Boys organizations. She was also a precinct committee person for the Arizona Democratic Party.

She is survived by her daughter, Maureen Miller(Boyd), her son, Ronald J. Kennedy Jr.(Melinda), her step-son, Robert D. Haning, her sister, Ruth Ann DeForest, and her brother, Thomas Spethmann (Diane). She is also survived by several grandchildren and great-grandchildren as well as multiple extended family members and her beloved cat, Ramona. Janet is preceded in death by her second husband; Robert E. Haning and her son; Dean F. Kennedy. There are no services planned at this time.

The family suggests that donations be made to the Michael J. Fox foundation.

3 Comments on “Janet Emilie Haning

  1. Dear Maureen, Ron, Ruth Ann, Tom, I share your sorrow at Janet’s sudden passing. Janet and I have been friends for so many years. We attended the Alzheimer’s support group, the JustFaith group, and the same church. She was always so positive, supportive, and appreciative of our friendship. She loved her family so much and spoke of each of you often. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Dear Maureen, Ron, Robert, Ruth Ann, and Tom,
    I am so sad to read of Janet’s death. It seems like only a short time ago that I chatted with her. I lived across the street from her for 20+ years and always enjoyed her company. I hold you all in my heart and on my mind. With care, Ginny Goll and Chuck Sowder

  3. Dear Family of Janet,
    With such a heavy heart of losing great friend and client of many years I think of you all. I was Janet’s nail girl.
    She talked about you all as she was getting her nails done. Me and my friends were collecting inserts of toilet paper rolls so her granddaughter can use them for fun art at school with her students. There was not much that we wouldn’t do for her.
    Her smile, sense of humor, and zest for life motivated all of us. She will always stay in our hearts and our fondly memories.

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