She will be greatly missed by all of her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and numerous family and friends.
Our mother taught us many things in life.
We as her children are so proud to have had her for a mom and want to thank her for our life.
We love you mom and our hearts are aching from the loss of you.
We will never forget you and until it is our time to join you with our Lord, we love you!
Preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Andrew R. Kittilstved.
She is survived by her five children; Pam Madson of Spokane, WA., Becky Anderson of Colbert, WA., Andrew (Jim) Kittilstved, of Fort Meyers, FL., Randy Kittilstved of Spokane Valley, WA.
and Jerry Kittilstved whom resided with her in Spokane Valley, WA.
She had 12 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Janice was a lifelong resident of Spokane.
Earlier in her life she worked as a dietician at Spokane Valley General Hospital.
She also worked at Sutton Bay Resort, Newman Lake WA.
as the resort manager.
Graduated from Marycliff High school.
She was a member of Liberty Lake community church and enjoyed doing crafts and playing board games.
She is also survived in death by her brother, Gordon Fisher of Onalaska, WA.
and her sister, Dixie Mulder of Yuma, AZ.
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