- Click here to view services held for Karen Janick on Wednesday December 29, 2021Memorial Gathering Wednesday, Dec. 29th at the Funeral Home from 4-6pm,
- Memorial Service Wednesday, Dec. 29th 6pm
Janick, Karen Ann
(Nee Kleczka) Born to Eternal Life on Friday December 10, 2021. Karen is survived by Mark Janick, her loving husband of 42 years and their son Ryan (Jessica) of San Francisco. Grandchildren Addison, Aubrey and Emma were the light of her life and looked forward to Facetiming with them in between visits. Also, survived by older sisters Donna (Walt) Brey, Kathleen Spencer and younger brothers David (Diane) of California, James (Denise) of Tucson AZ and Michael (Ramona) of Tucson AZ, Sisters-in-Law, Darlene (Patrick) Dwyer, Nancy (Jerome) Kabelowsky, Marianne (James) Bronson, Karen Janick, brother-in-law Thomas Janick, 9 nephews, 9 nieces and many, many more relatives and friends that will miss her beautiful smile and wonderful laugh.
Karen was born on March 8th, 1954, to Henry “Hank” and Valentina (nee Wallner) Kleczka in Franklin WI. She met her husband Mark at Franklin High School and is remembered by her classmates as kind, pretty, sweet, and nice to everyone. Karen Honed her skills as a CAM Analyst at Allen Bradley/Rockwell Automation where she worked for 22years.
Served on the planning Committee for the Town of Vernon and later as Deputy Clerk for the Village of Vernon. Raised in a musical family, Karen loved many types of music, played clarinet in the school band and was learning to play guitar. She loved gardening, canning, baking, and having impromptu gatherings. We miss her. Karen is preceded in death by parents Hank and Tina Kleczka.
A memorial gathering will be held on Wednesday December 29th at the FUNERAL HOME from 4-6pm with a memorial service at 6pm. By Request of the family masks are required regardless of vaccine status, thank you for your cooperation.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
16880 W. National Ave. 262-901-1140
Dear Mar, Ryan and family,
I can’t tell you how much I loved and will always love Karen. She was and will always be a person we admired and will miss forever. We will never forget the wonderful laugh Karen had and how much she is and will ALWAYS be missed by all the staff at the Village Hall. Thank you for sharing Karen with us. Her memory will live forever in our hearts.