Janice R. Hmircik

Janice R. Hmircik of Port Washington died Saturday, July 21, at Lawlis Family Hospice in Mequon.

She was born in Racine on July 3, 1923, to Stephan and Elvia Jensen Frank.

Mrs. Hmircik graduated in 1941 from Rufus King High School, where she was a cheerleader and played the French horn in the school band. She also did some modeling while in high school.

On July 10, 1948, she married Robert Hmircik.

According to her family, Mrs. Hmircik was a social person who enjoyed being a candy striper and a Bible school teacher. She loved reading mysteries, bowling, dancing and gardening.

Her family said she enjoyed traveling and a special time in her life was living in Hollywood, Calif., during World War II. Later in life she visited Denmark, Italy and Hawaii.

Mrs. Hmircik is survived by her children Jerilyn Wasielewski, Kathleen (Glenn) Dellmann, Nancy (John Glorioso) Francois, Patricia (John) O’Hara, Barry (Janet Didier), Kristine Hmircik and Brian (Heidi Eernisse); grandchildren Cynthia (Patrick) Haga, Nicholas Hamilton, Gregory (Desiree) Dellmann, Daniel Dellmann, Melissa Dellmann, Jeffrey Dellmann, Michelle (Jeff) Francois, Brett Francois, Marcus (Sara) Francois, Jordan Francois, Haley Herron, Frank Hmircik, Renee Hmircik, Stephen Nicholas, Aaron Nicholas, Elizabeth Hmircik and Taylor Hmircik; and 12 great-grandchildren.

She is further survived by her brother-in-law Donald Hmircik.

Mrs. Hmircik was preceded in death by her husband Robert “Bob Stevens” Hmircik, brother Lyle Frank, son-in-law Michael Francois, sister-in-law LaVerne Frank and granddaughter-in-law Junko Dellmann.

A memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 28, at St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church in Cedarburg. Father Alan Veik will preside.  

Visitation will be at the church from 10 a.m. until the service.  

Interment will be in the church cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to foundations for diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

Eernisse Funeral Home of Cedarburg is handling the arrangements.




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