Janice Dawn BURLO

Janice Dawn Burlo

March 3, 1975 – August 24, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of Janice Burlo announces her passing after a short battle with cancer. She is survived by her parents Nick and Kathy, brother Jeff, sister-in-law Lori, nephew Noah and twin sister, Janet.  Janice loved playing sports and was proud to win gold and silver medals at the Women’s Canadian Slo-pitch Championships.  We will miss her kindness, quick wit and dry sense of humour.  Janice will be loved and missed dearly by all.

8 Obituaries

  1. Sandy Foster

    I was shocked and so very sad to hear about Janice. She was a gifted athlete, and a joy to coach! My sincere condolences to Nick, Kathy, Jeff and family, and Janet. ??

    • Shannon Dimitroff

      So sorry to hear. Thinking of you all.

      • Arlene Keir

        I had the great pleasure of working with Janice when she was employed at Land Titles. She always had a positive, uplifting spirit that I know will be missed by all who knew her. My condolences to her family at this sad time.

        • Matthew Rasula

          I’m so sorry to hear about Janice. She was a pleasure to work with

          • Linda Kriff

            My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I worked with Janice at Husky

            • margaret dabreo-dunn

              So very sorry to hear about Janice’s passing. We worked together at Husky. Janice was smart, ambitious and a pleasure to work with. Please accept my deepest condolences.

              • Eve Andrews

                I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Janice. I had heard so many stories of baseball and even had a grand chat with her on the bus thinking she was Janet. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.

                • Ted Longworth

                  Janet and family, I was shocked to hear about Janice. I feel such a deep loss, for all of us but especially for you, of someone who was at her core just good and funny and someone who had a quiet pride and confidence in anything she did. It seemed whatever she decided she was going to master, whether it be work or sports, once she put her mind to it she was good at it and she was usually right sometimes a bit annoyingly right but right. I miss her immensely.

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