Sept. 12, 1942 –– Nov. 5, 2018

Janice Faye Meyer, 76, of Joseph, passed away at Wallowa Memorial Hospital in Enterprise.

She was born in Dayton, Ohio, to James R. Doty and Viola (Brock) Doty. After attending Randolph High School in Engelwood, Ohio, she married Richard Meyer in 1960.

After starting a family, she resided in Union, Ohio, and San Marcos, Calif. She and her family moved to Joseph in 1985.

She worked at Pam’s Country Inn with her brother, sister-in-law and niece for several years, also working at Joseph High School and owning several restaurants before retiring.

Janice loved working in her yard, but most of all, she loved her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Richard, siblings Bob, Don and Jim Doty and Virginia Schultz, sister-in-law Naney Doty, daughter-in-law Sheila Meyer and grandson Ozzy and beloved family friend Sandy Jared.

She is survived by a brother, Bill Doty of Joseph. sons, Ron Meyer (Julie, Austin) of Joseph, Jim Meyer (Heidi, Austin, Brooke) of Hermiston, Jeff Meyer (Ritchie, RJ, Noah and Stephanie) of Joseph, Jeremy Jared (Melisssa, Josie, Damien) of Cove; daughter Becky Dockery (Jim, Sharanda, Amanda, Nick) of Enterprise and nine great grandchildren, Samantha, Jayden, Riley, Uriah, Onyx, Finley, Gavin, August and Jordan as well as several nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, at Bollman Funeral Home in Enterprise. A final celebration will be held at Hale-Sarver Funderal Home in West Milton, Ohio, Nov. 21.

Interment will be at Royal Oak Cemetery, Brookville, Ohio.

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