Janice I. Grimm

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Janice Irene Rappmund Grimm passed away October 16, 2011 at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, on January 3, 1955 to Raymond Rappmund, Sr. and Irene Haecker Rappmund. Janice was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Grimm on August 16, 2011 as well as by her father, Raymond Rappmund, Sr. Survivors include her daughters, Dianne and Jennifer Grimm; sons, Charles and Ruben Grimm; mother, Irene Haecker Rappmund; brothers, Raymond Rappmund, Jr., Ronnie and Randy Rappmund; and sister, Carole Cullins, along with numerous nieces and nephews. Janice graduated from East Central High School in the class of 1973 and then attended Southwest Texas State University. She then went to the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, where she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing. Janice and her husband Kenneth married on July 28, 1979, and were married for 32 years. Janice worked as a nurse in Seguin for Guadalupe Valley Hospital before taking time off to raise her four children. Janice enjoyed reading books, spending time with her children, and cooking. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday, October 21, 2011 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel in New Braunfels with the Reverend Lee Zillmann officiating. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.

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  1. I worked with Janice for a number of years at GVH. She was a wonderful person and great nurse. May God Bless and comfort all in this time of loss. Mr.& Mrs.Stephen Salge

  2. Your mom was a wonderful person. I had the good fortune of working with her when she subbed at Comal I.S.D. She was always very kind and helpful to teachers and to students. Especially students with Special Needs. She was always willing and ready to help do whatever was asked of her. Please know that she touched many lives in a special way while subbing at the different schools. May God Bless you all always.

  3. Dear Dianne, Jennifer, Charles and Ruben, Your mother was very dear to me. When we worked for CISD as school nurses, she never hesitated to help me. She was kind to everyone. I used to kid her and call her my “HEB” buddy, because I always seemed to run into her at HEB. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Susan Kues

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