Janet L. Kaszas

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Fort Fairfield and Houlton - Janet L. Kaszas, 83, wife of the late Elmer Kaszas, passed away Thursday evening, July 4, 2019 at a Houlton nursing facility, following a extended illness. She was born June 3, 1936 in Caribou, the daughter of Ralph and Celia (McInnis) Davis.
Janet attended Fort Fairfield schools and was a graduate of the Thomaston, CT school system. She taught special and supplemental education at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, CT and also at Post University in Waterbury, CT. Janet truly loved teaching and touched the lives of countless students over the years. She enjoyed and appreciated nature, and enjoyed the ocean, animals, especially horses and reading.
In addition to her parents, Janet was predeceased by her husband Elmer in 2003; one brother, Robert Davis; one sister, Margaret "Peggy" Davis Meyer. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Gary and Diana Kaszas of Fort Fairfield, Robert Kaszas and Pamela Wells of Barkhamsted, CT; two daughters, Peggy Kaszas of Halifax, MA, Laurie Kaszas Sogawa and her husband Kinya of Japan; one sister Vivian Flowers of Middletown, CT; three grandchildren, Samuel Kaszas of Fort Fairfield, Jackson Kaszas and Madeline Kaszas, both of Barkhamsted, CT; numerous nieces and nephews.
In keeping with Janet's wishes, there will be no service at this time. Interment will take place at the Old Holy Rosary Cemetery, Caribou at a later date. Those who wish may contribute in Mrs. Kaszas memory to the National Audubon Society, 225 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Giberson-Dorsey Funeral Home, 144 Main Street, Fort Fairfield. Online condolences may be expressed at www.gibersondorseyfuneralhome.com.
Published on July 8, 2019
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