Janet Lynne Schadler, 62, of Vero Beach passed away on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at the VNA Hospice House.
Janet was born March 20, 1959 in Covington, Kentucky to Earl and Joyce (neè McCauley) Gaiser. She may have been born near the Ohio River it was the warm and sunny beaches of Florida that called her name. Leaving the cold and unpredictable weather of Kentucky behind she moved to Florida nearly 8 ½ years ago.
In Don McLean’s song, American Pie he refers to the “the day the music died.” Janet’s passing marks “the day the party died.” She was not the “life of the party.” She WAS the party. Whether it was at the pool, bar, backyard or beach Janet was known for her fun, loving and outgoing personality. You might even find her with a drink in hand shouting her party-cry “WOOHOO.”
She was preceded in death by her parents, and step-son, Matt.
Though she is merely gone, not forgotten, she leaves behind her husband of 7 years (though we will give him credit for time served- partner of 12 years), Les Schadler; daughters, Crystal Patterson (Mark) of Dry Ridge, Kentucky and Anne Riley of Walton, Kentucky; grandchildren, Austin, Brianna, Mark, Lillian, Stevi, Hunter and Payton; great-granddaughter, Raelynne; step-children, Gene (Amanda) and Aimee; and brothers, Mike Gaiser (Terri) of Florence, Kentucky and Marshall Allnutt (Jennifer) of Georgetown, Kentucky.
Arrangements are under the direction and care of Millennium Cremation Service of Vero Beach. Friends and family are encouraged to share their condolences and fond memories of Janet at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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