Janet Marleen Wufsus
April 6, 1957 - September 12, 2022
Janet Marleen Wufsus, age 65, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on Monday, September 12, 2022.
Born in Wilmington, DE on April 6, 1957, she was a daughter of Rosemary A. (Hatkevich) Wufsus and the late Joseph J. Wufsus, Sr.
Janet was an avid Phillies fan and could often be found cheering them on. In her leisure time, she enjoyed cross stitching. Above all, Janet treasured moments spent with her dogs.
In addition to her parents, Janet was preceded in death by her brother-in-law, Terry Wasko. She is survived by her siblings, Diane Wasko of Fairhill, MD, Joe Wufsus of Newark, and Mark Wufsus of Newark; nieces, Julia Wilson (J.C.), Jill Walton (Chris), Tori Wufsus, and Marirose Wufsus; nephew, A.J. Wasko; and great-nephew, Tristen Clinton.
All services will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Janet’s memory to Delaware Hospice, 16 Polly Drummond Center, 2nd Floor, Newark, DE 19711 or online by clicking here.
7 Condolences for Janet Marleen Wufsus
I remember Janet fondly from my time working at Christiana Care and send sincere condolences to her family.
Sending prayers and condolences to the family. Worked with Janet for many years and in many capacities at Christiana Care.
Out Prayers go out to Janet’s family and friends. We will never forget the happy memories that we shared with our beautiful Cousin Janet. May Janet rest in peace with all of the Angels in heaven.
Kelly, Jimmy, Michael, Ryan, and Josh Mowery
Dear Diane, Joe and Mark, I am so sorry to hear of Janet’s passing. Janet was my first friend when I moved to Delaware. We spent so much time together and Janet joined our NHS cheerleading squad as a senior. We also had our first jobs at Burger King in Newark. She was such a good friend to me and will be missed.
Dear Joe and Family, We are sorry to hear of the passing of your sister, Janet. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
The Downey Family
Our thoughts and prayers are with Janet’s family during this difficult time. I met Janet in X-ray at the Delaware Division in the 70’s. Later Janet and I worked together at the Breast Center and Imaging Services for many years. So many fond memories over the years.
My deepest condolences to Janet’s family. I will miss her thoughtfulness. As she never forgot a birthday or event. She always knew just the right gift or sentiment. I will miss her weather alerts. As we nicknamed her Cecily Wufsus. I will miss her random texts to just check-in. Even though they became less frequent. But, I take comfort in knowing you can now breathe easy my friend.