Janet M. Smiddy, age 58 of Willowick, passed away December 9th, 2022 at the Cleveland Clinic. She was born September 24th, 1964 in Cleveland to the late Charles Smiddy and Barbara Butterworth.
Janet received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and her master’s degree in Social Work. She worked at The Cleveland Clinic Hospital as a CPC Reimbursement Specialist.
Janet enjoyed playing card games, board games, and Pokémon Go. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She was the world best mom and Grandma.
Janet is the loving mother of Bianca Smiddy and Brittany (Charles Hundley – fiancé) Smiddy; dearest grandmother of Harley and Connor; step daughter of Betty Smiddy and the late Joe Butterworth; cherished sister of Beverly (John) Croyle, Karl (Linda) Butterworth, Donna (Keith) Sigman, Sherri (Michael) Hargas, Joey (Dana) Butterworth and Betty Dean Hamilton; aunt of many nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends from 4:00 – 7:00 PM Wednesday, December 14th, 2022 at Jeff Monreal Funeral Home, 1000 Mentor Ave., Painesville. A Memorial Service will follow at 7:00 PM Wednesday at the funeral home.
13 Replies to “Janet M. Smiddy”
You’ll be missed by so many
Deepest Condolence to Beverly and her family. May God give you peace, comfort and strength. God bless you and your family!
Just know that you were loved by so many. and you may be gone but will never be forgotten. you will be in our hearts always
Rest in Heaven Janet. Hug my mom for me.✝️
We will cherish all the memories of the times we had together. Condolences to the family. ♥️
I will always love you my friend. You are and will always have an important place in my heart. I’m so very lucky to have known you and will miss you.
I can still remember hearing the song “wipe out” start. Watching you dance still to this day makes me tired. Love doesn’t quite define you. Rest now Janet.
I am so very sad! Janet was a wonderful lady and will be very missed! Hugs and prayers to you all during this difficult time.
Sending my love to Janet’s family. She was a wonderful person and I consider myself very lucky to have been her friend. I’ll miss our conversations that always ended the same way “I love you my friend!”
Janet was a friend and fellow co worker with me at Cleveland Clinic until I retired last December. She was a good person and a hard worker. My deepest sympathy to all her family and friends she will be missed. May God comfort you all to move forward after your great loss. My prayers are with all ❤️
You will be missed, Janet. God has gained an AngelR. I.P. Beautiful lady✨
My dear cousin Janet,
Every time someone refers to you the very first thing they say is how sweet of a person you are. From the time when we were small children you were always so sweet and kind. I remember you always that way and know heaven will be a sweeter place just because you are there.
God bless you all with the strength to endure your great loss.
My sweet cousin as I write this thru the tears I am confident you knew how much I loved you. Your journey thru life sometimes knocked you down but you always got right back up. You were not only inspirational you were a kind sweet girl. I will always cherish our memories. I will forever remember the aura of love surrounding you. Always know how much I loved the life you gave Bee and Britt for that I will be eternally grateful. You were one of the world’s greatest souls and you will be missed far far beyond words. Forever my precious cousin, till we meet again.