Janice Lee Warner, Age :79
Jun 06,1941---Jul 21,2020

Janice Lee Warner, 79, of Louisburg, KS, passed away Tuesday, July 21, 2020.  Memorial Services will be 2:00 PM Monday, July 27, at Porter Funeral Home, 1835 Minnesota Ave. Kansas City,  KS.  In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions to the Humane Society of Kansas City, KS.

Janice was born June 6, 1941, in Kansas City, KS to Vincent and Mildred Schoenhofer.  She was a Wyanodtte County Sheriff Deputy Reserve and an Elementary Teacher for the DeSoto School District.   She was a volunteer at the Humane Society of Kansas City, KS.  Janice loved to knit and crochet and made 100's of hats to give to family, friends and donated many to the homeless.  She was preceded in death by her husband Danny Dean Warner, her parents and brother Dale Schoenhofer.  She is survived by her sisters, Joan Smith, Judy Hudson, four children and their spouses, Jody, of the home, Dawn and Jim Clayton, Mills River, N.C., SFC(Ret) Dwane Warner, Huntsville, AL, Dennis and Melissa Warner, Piper, KS, four grandchildren, Brittany Mance, Lindsey and Brian Howard, Elizabeth Warner, Kristen Warner and great grandson Carson. 



Condolences

Patsy Lucas-Allenbrand Jul 26 ,2020

friend and colleague ,De Soto ,Kansas

Janice took me under her wing when we met at De Soto Elementary. She was always helpful and concerned for her students, their families, and fellow educators. We shared many laughs and tears over the years and I am going to miss her quirky sense of humor, compassion and love and that polka dot dress. I was so blessed to call her my friend. Love and big hugs to all of you. Patsy

Cindy Williams Jul 26 ,2020

Co-worker ,Lawrence ,Kansas

Although I didn’t work directly with Janice, I knew her. I enjoyed getting to know her better after retirement while attending our “Retros” lunches. She was a lovely person, always so positive and warm. What on earth will happen to all the unused yarn in this world without her? 🙂

Martha King Jul 26 ,2020

friend ,Olathe ,Kansas

I have known Janice for a long time. We were friends and fellow teachers. We are both KCK gals, and we both graduated from different high schools in 1959. She always teased me about being the older one. We were both born in 1941, but my birthday was about 6 weeks before hers. We had fun with that. She was great person, kind and helpful to everyone. I wish all of her family peace, love, and my sympathy for your loss. She will be remembered fondly by me and her many students and the teachers she worked with.

Lorraine and David Hamilton Jul 27 ,2020

friend ,Pleasant Hill ,Missouri

Janice was such a caring,thoughtful person. When we first moved to the same neighborhood in 1971, she was the first person to introduce herself. Realizing all we had for furniture were beds, she and her husband brought over a table and chairs and a TV. Our three young ones under the age of 4 were delighted. We will always remember your generosity. We will always remember you.

Betty Kell Henderson Jul 27 ,2020

Friend ,Topeka, ,Kansas

Janice was my lifeline in high school. My mother was bipolar and often deeply depressed. My stepfather -- even after the divorce -- haunted my life. I was always afraid of what either one might do. She gave me a safe harbor. Even though Janice's life was not perfect, she was a perfect friend to me. She was one of my Bride's maids. I was saddened when "life" disrupted our relationship. We saw little of each other after our respective marriages. We only got to renew our friendship after I started going to the luncheons. It was like we had not been apart at all. We started in talking as if we had talked just the day before. I miss her specialness. I miss the girl she was. I am sad at our loss. She was a mighty friend to many people.

Kevin Lade Jul 27 ,2020

Friend of Dwane Warner ,Huntsville ,AL

I would like to express my deepest condolences to Dwane and the rest of the Warner family. I never met Janice, but I have worked with her son Dwane for many years. If you can tell anything about a mother by the character of her children then Janice must have been a fine and caring human being. Dwane is one of the finest human beings I know and I am deeply saddened by his loss. I know that Dwane is spiritual and will find comfort in his faith in our Savior Jesus Christ. He knows that his mother is in a better place free from the suffering of our earth bound existence. Janice is resting in God's loving arms.

Luella J Davis Jul 28 ,2020

Friend - Co-Worker ,Shawnee ,Kansas

I worked with Janice at DeSoto Elementary/Countryside Elementary. I was the school secretary and when we began installing computers in our office/classrooms, Janice was a life-saver. I could always count on her to get me out of "sticky computer situations". Janice was also a great personal friend to me. We could discuss problems with each other without worrying about anything going outside of our conversations. Janice loved the Lord and was never ashamed to share His love with others. Even though I have not seen her outside of our "Retro" luncheons since retirement, she was always a gem with a funny wit and common sense advice. I will miss her but am grateful she is in a happier place. Everyone who worked with Janice will always remember her "polka dot dress" she wore the first day of school! I am a better person for having had her pass through my life. Prayers for her family and special friends.

Kelly Rettig Jul 28 ,2020

Teacher buddy ,Lawrence ,Kansas

Today heaven gained a spirited Angel! Janice was a wonderful woman and a very special teacher. I’m so grateful for my time spent with her teaching the littles of DeSoto. I will forever remember that dry humor and big heart! Thank you Janice. You made a difference in the lives of many! Rest In Peace. ❤️

Alicia Hamm Jul 28 ,2020

Friend ,Olathe ,Kansas

Mrs. Warner was my daughter Nicole's (Gibbens) kindergarden teacher for the school year of 1990-1991. I was a single parent and at one of the parent-teacher conferences she was the first person to acknowledge to me the struggle I faced of being a single parent. I couldn't hold the tears back. She was a very special lady. My sincere condolences to her family, and many friends. Alicia Hamm

Wendy Denham Jul 28 ,2020

Friend ,De Soto ,Kansas

Janice was so incredibly sweet and a pleasure to work with. My heart breaks for you Dennis and the rest of the family. You’ll be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming days🙏

Kody Willnauer Jul 29 ,2020

Student ,Tonganoxie ,Kansas

Mrs. Warner was my first experience with school as a student. Kindergarten felt welcoming and exciting because of her. I am so thankful that I was in her class because now as a teacher myself I try to reflect the same attributes to my young students that Mrs. Warner showed me. My condolences to her family, but my sincere thanks to Mrs. Warner for those Kindergarten hugs and passion for learning.

Event:
Memorial Service
Location:
Porter Funeral Home
Address:
1835 Minnesota Ave
City:
Kansas City
State:
KS
Zip Code:
66102
Date:
Jul 27 ,2020
Time:
2:00 PM
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