Janet Rae (Wickman) Gallant
May 16, 1955 – October 28, 2021
Gallant, Janet of Fairfield, OH (formerly Addyston, OH) passed peacefully away on Thursday, October 28th at Mercy Fairfield Hospital after a courageous battle with lung disease. She was the Sweetheart to her treasured and adored husband, John F. Gallant. Janet was a 1973 graduate of Taylor High School in North Bend. Janet retired from a 25 year career at the Hamilton County Auditors office.
Janet led her life with a loving heart with family and friends at the foremost. For the last twenty years she was married to her true love and soulmate which brought her the utmost joy. Together they enjoyed travel, laughter and making memories.
Beloved daughter of the late James Wickman and Lillian Callaway of Addyston, OH. A devoted sister to Cindy Tenhundfeld and her husband Roy of Cincinnati, OH; the late Richard Wickman and his wife Candice of Cincinnati, OH and Carolyn Bartley of North Bend, OH. A loving Mother to her daughters Amber Young and her husband Todd of Cheyenne, WY; Misty Bartles and her fiancé Mark of Fairfield, OH; son Shane Jones and his fiancé Paula of Cincinnati, OH; and stepson Nicholas Gallant of Middletown, OH. A devoted Grammie to her grandchildren; Ted Young, Lillian Young and her fiancé Tanner; Dakota (Kota) Jones, Caleb Jones, Kendall Jones, Sunset Bartles, Sammie Jones and a Great Grammie to Colton Jefferies. A much-loved Aunt to several nieces and nephews. A cherished Cousin to many and a long-time forever friend.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation and service on Friday, November 5, 2021, from Noon - 2 PM at the Dennis George Funeral Home, 44 S Miami Ave. Cleves, OH 45002. Immediately followed by burial services at the Maple Grove Cemetery.
The family is requesting in lieu of flowers, please make a tribute donation in her honor to one of the following organizations that was so dear to our Janet. Tunnels to Towers Foundation
; Alzheimer’s Association
or to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Being mindful of the increase of COVID cases in Hamilton County and out of respect for the family, we strongly suggest the wearing of masks when inside the funeral home and reception. Masks and hand sanitizer will be readily available for your convenience. We also ask family and friends to continue to social distance, wash hands often and please refrain from coming if you are not feeling well or have a fever. The family thanks you for your understanding, continued love, support and cooperation.
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