Janet Ann Summers
Born August 28, 1933 – Greenbay, WI Entered into rest January 06, 2021 Omaha, NE
Age 87 years. After a brief illness, Jan went to be with her Lord on 01/06/2021
She was preceded in death by her loving husband, James Wesley Summers, her father Steven Brace, mother Dorothy Brace, brothers Harry & Ron Brace.
She is survived by her children and their spouses: Jody (Jim) Kriegler of Plattsmouth, NE, Jim (Christi) Summers of Scottsdale, AZ, Jay (Nancy) Summers of Carrollton, TX and Jon (Wendy) Summers of Omaha, NE. Sister-in-law and long-time best friend, Marilyn Sibert. Grandchildren: Thomas James (Claire) Kriegler, Katie Kriegler, Ben (Beth) Kriegler, Chris (Amy) Kriegler, Megan Kriegler, Nathan (Roslyn) Summers, Rachel (Burton) Roberts, Natalie Severyn, Lauren (Kyle) Cannaday, Anne (Lance) Phillips, Grace Summers, Zachary (Amanda) Summers, Alec (Julie) Summers, Ethan Summers. She also had many great grandchildren: Christopher Santos, Logan Summers, Parker and Regan Roberts, Adaline and Caleb Severyn, Adalyn and Gabrielle Summers, Violet & Griffin Cannaday, Nathan, Annabel & Michael Kriegler, Gus, Hank, Leo and Oscar Kriegler.
Janet graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with her degree in Home Economics. She was married to her husband, Jim, for 62 years. They purchased their home on Jackson Street in Omaha in 1964 where they enjoyed a wonderful, happy marriage and raised their 4 children. Once her children were grown, Jan worked at First Data Resources as an executive secretary. She had a beautiful singing voice and sang in the church choir for many years. Jan enjoyed entertaining, cooking, sewing, traveling and was an avid reader. She was also an animal lover. She will be terribly missed by family and friends.
A private memorial service is being held for the family.
Memorials can be sent to Scatter Joy Acres, 4966 Newport Ave, Omaha, NE.
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She was a grand and fun lady and a consummate neighborhood mom who was always gracious with whatever group of highschoolers showed up for a pool party.
I wish I could be there with you all, I’m so sorry to lose Auntie Jan. She always had a big smooch and a “Hi, Honey!’ for me when I saw her. I cherish the memories I have with her and all of my Summers family. I know that her and Uncle Jim are smiling down on us as we say goodbye.
I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
To Wendy, Jon and family. I’m so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers
I am so sorry for your loss Wendy! Prayers for you and the family!