Janet P. Wodrich, age 75, of Almond, passed away Friday afternoon, December 7, 2019 at BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay. She was born March 6, 1944 in Wautoma, the daughter of Pearl (Fink) and Walter Bliske.
Janet moved from Wautoma area at a young age where she started a series of interesting jobs including working in the kitchen at Ripon College, Ripon Good Cookies, Shelmet, Berlin Foundry and also a Special Deputy for Waushara County Sherriff’s Department when she lived in what’s now known as the museum in Wautoma. Her favorite work was drawing, oil painting and photography. Janet was also a leader in the Waushara County 4H Club and shared her love of painting by teaching classes.
She later moved back to the Wautoma area and on October 12, 1974 Janet married the love of her life Carl W. Wodrich. They enjoyed 45 years of marriage together, where they spent their time raising and showing horses, gardening and spending time with friends and family. Janet and Carl very much loved going to their grandchildren’s school and sporting events together. She was an active member of the New Life Assembly of God in Plainfield.
She is survived by her husband, Carl W. Wodrich, Almond; her daughter, Carol Brewer (Greg Otto), Almond; daughter Kelly Lewallen, Berlin; son Clint Lewallen, North Carolina; brother Clifford (Debra) Bliske, Wautoma; grandchildren, Angela Rogers, Connor and Cody Brewer, Almond, Ethan , Jenna and Evan Anderson, Berlin.
She was preceded in death by her parents and sister Ruby Mildred, (twin) Jane and brother Donald.
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