Janice Marie Fritz-Newberry
November 16, 1977 - April 30, 2013
Of Baraboo, formerly of Wild Rose, passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2013, after a three year battle with breast cancer, at her home, surrounded by her family. She was born in Fond du Lac on November 16, 1977 to Ronald Fritz and Diann Schneider. Janice enjoyed camping, fishing, hiking at Devils Lake and especially time spent with family. She loved sitting around a campfire with family and making pudgy pies.
She will be sadly missed by her daughters: Brianna and Madeline Kaehn both of Baraboo; husband: Jeremiah Newberry and his son Logan of Baraboo; parents: Ronald Fritz of Wautoma; mother: Diann (Perry) Drmolka of Wild Rose sister: Tanya Robinson and her children, Christopher, Taneisha and Fonteisha of Waupaca; step brothers: Justin (Brooke) Drmolka and their children, Macy, Colton and Kaylee of Waupaca; and Michael (fiancée Renee) Drmolka of Berlin; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by a sister, Tammy and her grandparents.
The Funeral Service will be on Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 11 a.m. at the Maple Crest Funeral Home of Waupaca. The visitation will be on Friday at the funeral home from 4 until 8 pm and again on Saturday from 10 am until the time of the service. Burial will be in Greenvale Cemetery in Wild Rose.
Jan & Gary BradleyDiann and Perry,
You have our sincere condolences. It is just not right for our children to pass before us.
Elaine NewmanIam so sorry for your loss. Janice was such
a sweet girl and will be missed. Im glad she
had Jeramiah and her girls. Elaine
Ginger KorslinSo sorry for your loss She was such a careing person she suffered so long now Janice is at piece
Chuck and Karen (Getzloff) UlrichPerry & Diane, Our thoughts and prayers go out to you both and Janice's Family. Memories will be treasured and kept forever in your hearts.
Clara HolmesI am so saddened by your lost, Janice was a sweet and gentle spirit that will truly be missed. For the short time that we bonded she made a impression that will not be erased. It was just a few weeks ago that she sat in my kitchen and we watched my kids play with some toys she brought over. Janice cared for others and truly was a blessing to all who knew her. Love you Janice. May God bless and comfort your family.
John and Betty EilersOur thoughts and prayers are with you.
Scott EngmanI just wanted to give my heart felt Condolences to Janice's family. It's been a long time since I have known her but she was a special person. A one of a kind.
Aunt Kathy & Uncle Ronnie KremerJeremiah,, Our hearts go out to you today. It was so nice to see you and Janice at our house this last June for our family reuion. Jeremiah you are special to us, when you came to the furneral of your cousin Jeffrey, that meant alot to us , that shows us how strong you are and what a wonderfull person you are Jeremiah.I'm glad we got to meet Janice what a wonderfull and loving person. Stay strong" bud" God Bless You. We love you. See you later.
Mandy GibsonGod be with you and your family at this time of anguish stand strong you are an amazing man Jeremiah with a lot of love in your heart Janice is always with you in heart and soul.
Pam SchreinerI was deeply saddened to hear of Janice's passing. In spite of all that life handed her she remained positive and hopeful. In fact she was annoyed by people who were negative. She chose life and fought all the way through her cancer battle with a kind and hopeful style. She knew deep down what "really" mattered. May her children and loved ones be honored by the gift of her and cherish her in their hearts forever...for she is not gone...only transformed to her new life.