Janet Adah Landon
Janet Adah Landon, age 88, died at her home on January 17, 2020, surrounded by her loving children. She was born January 23, 1931 in Geneva, Ohio, daughter of Homer Watson and Viola (Ashley) Bowman.
Janet enjoyed working in her yard and garden, painting her yard ornaments each year, reading her romance novels and playing the organ. She especially loved being around all the grandchildren. She was a member of the Geneva FOE and a lifetime member of the VFW of Geneva.
She is survived by her children, Melanie Landon (Bert), Norman (Anu) Landon, Gary (Molly) Landon, Arthur Pulsifer, Ashley Pulsifer, Phyllis Wilson, Janice Fusco (Bill), Allan Pulsifer, Kathy Pettit; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and three stepchildren, Henry, Linda and Sandy Landon.
She is preceded in death by her parents; loving husband, Henry; brothers, Jack Watson and Roger Watson.
A graveside Service for both Henry and Janet Landon will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Saybrook Township Cemetery with Rev. Dr. Mick Gilliam officiating.
The Behm Family Funeral Home is assisting the family at this time. Online obituary and condolences may be viewed at www.behmfuneral.com.
Published on January 20, 2020

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Ken & Yvonne Brown
Jan 23, 2020
So sorry to hear of Janet passing away. She and her husband Red were great neighbors at Normandy. Our condolences to all her family during this emotional time. May God Bless. Ken & Yvonne Brown
Kathy
Jan 21, 2020
Dad when you passed away. A male cardinal came every day to say good morning & every evening to say good night. Dad, you will always be my dad, father, hero, & idol. Your wisdom, intelligent, & experience has taught me so much in life.
Love & dearly miss you
Mom, yes its kathy! Mom, you've asked me several times how im still walking? Because you gave me that strength. You've giving me inspiration, independence, & will power. Mom, im going to miss the long conversation we had on the phone. I picked the phone up yesterday to call you, but I realized you were gone. We talked about everything from soups to nuts. If someone asked me who I thought was the most beautiful woman I know? My choice
...would be you 110%. You have been the best mother any child could ever have. You have a piece of your heart in everyone of your children. You will give us a sign from heaven in different ways to each & every one of us that you are with dad & you love every one of us.
I will always have you close to my heart, miss you everyday, & will love you through eternity.
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Lise Lessard
Jan 20, 2020
My sympathy to the family
Carey
Jan 20, 2020
Being the grand daughter to u two wounderful grandparents was a blessing! I’ll never forget the old house and all the family parties in the garage! Always the best food❤️ And always climbing up on Granpas lap and him squeezing my knee making me crack up laughing, making something in the wood shop while Grandma was cleaning her yard or sitting in the sun! Love u both RIH together now❤️