Janet Webb Obituary, Janet Webb of Springfield, Ohio has passed away

Janet Webb Obituary, Death – Janet Lynn Webb, who resided in Springfield, Ohio, and had reached the age of 75 at the time of her passing on December 16, 2022, passed away. She was born on November 19, 1947, in Springfield, Ohio, to William and Wilma (Bennett) Thornburg, both of whom have since passed away. Her parents are now considered to be “deceased.” Janet is survived by her devoted husband of 55 years, David Webb, as well as her daughter Julie Lynn (George) Webb, her grandson Alexander James David Swank, her sister Carol (Ben) Reyes, and her niece Lisa (Todd) Tillberry and her family. In addition, Janet is survived by her sister Carol (Ben) Reyes and her family.

Janet received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Clark State University, where she studied nursing. She had worked as a registered nurse at the Community Hospital since 1986, in addition to other hospitals, including the Mercy Hospital, the Grandview Hospital, the Springfield Regional Medical Center, and the Masonic Home. Classes leading to the state STNA certification were offered in Greene County, as well as at Clark State University and Sinclair. When Janet was outdoors, whether she was fishing, camping, riding her motorcycles, or traveling with David, the man who was the love of her life, she was at her happiest.

Her favorite trips with David were the ones in which they took their travel trailer, which they named Gyspy, to the beach. Her trip to Mississippi, where she enjoyed the blues at the Crossroads, was another highlight of her year. In addition to this, Janet spent a significant portion of her life as a devoted member of the Restoration Park Church in Medway.

The Jackson, Lytle, and Lewis Life Celebration Center in Springfield will be open to visitors, including members of the family and friends, on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 from five in the afternoon until seven in the evening. Funeral services will get underway at seven o’clock in the evening, and Pastor Randy Warner will be in charge of officiating the ceremony.