Janet H. Hawley, 82

PHOENIX, NY – Janet  H. Hawley, 82, former Phoenix, town of Granby resident, passed away at St. Camillus Health and Rehabilitation Center, in the town of Geddes, on Sunday December 14, 2014.

Janet  H. Hawley
Janet H. Hawley

She was born in Philadelphia, Pa., to her late parents, Verna (Muir) and William Holl on October 14, 1932.

Moving to Fulton, NY, she was a graduate of Fulton High School, Class of 1950.

She then attended the General Hospital School of Nursing, Syracuse, graduating and earning her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

She married her husband, Robert G. Hawley, in 1955.

Janet was a polio registered nurse for three years.

She the was employed by Dr. LaFrate, M.D., Fulton, as a pediatric nurse for 10 years.

Janet went to work for Ray Middle School, Van Buren Road, Baldwinsville Central Schools as the school nurse for 18 years, completing her career in nursing.

Janet was the past matron for the Order of Eastern Star, Elizabeth Chapter 105,
Fulton; nurses alumni organization, Syracuse; she helped start a knitting club at
the Phoenix Public Library; and was a member of the Granby Senior Citizens

She was predeceased by her husband, Robert G. Hawley, in 1986, after 31 years of marriage.

Surviving are her daughter, Debbie L. and son-in-law, Kurt Stolar of Phoenix; her
son, Robert W. “Crowbar” Hawley of Volney; her brother, William Holl of Queensbury, NY; two grandchildren, Bobby Hawley and Amanda Hawley.

Calling hours will be on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix.

After the visitation, a funeral service will begin at 1:05 p.m. with the Rev. David C.
Nethercott officiating.

Burial will follow the service in Riverview Cemetery, 70 Tappan St., Baldwinsville.

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  1. To the family of Janet, although I haven’t seen Janet in quite a few years, I always enjoyed being around her and her humor. She made OES meetings and get togethers a fun time. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of reflection on her life. May she bring her specialness to the other angels that have passed before her.

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