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Janice Kay (Bronstein)


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04/02/23 10:16 AM #1    

Sharon Stone (Dworkin)

Janice was one of my closest friends in high school. We had many sleepovers: gossiping; laughing; and, practicing the latest dance moves from American Bandstand.I can still hear her infectious laugh! 

04/03/23 05:20 PM #2    

Suretta Bronstein (Must)

Janice and I met at Mumford and were friendly, however, many years later, she married my uncle, and became my aunt!!  We became very close and through the years our relationship was very special.  For those of you that knew her, you know how warm and friendly she was.  When  she married my uncle they were so happy and they were the funniest couple together.  He had 4 daughters from his first marriage and she was great with them.  She was diagnosed with MS in her thirties, but it was managable until her fifties when it started to progress.  Janice was the most amazing person.  She NEVER complained...never!  She did everything she could to live as normal a life as possible.  When my uncle passed away in 2008, she became very active in the MS Society in Naples and she kept very busy with all of their activies.  She and I spoke every day.  She eventually had to move out of her home to assisted living and then to a nursing home but never complained and always adjusted.  I will miss her sweet smile and her amazing attitude.  RIP my dear aunt and friend!!! BTW, she always kept up with the Mumford website and loved to read about everyone!

04/04/23 06:22 PM #3    

Betty Swartz (Hirschfield)

I remember Janice from public school even prior to Mumford.

On the Saturday evening of the Mumford63 fifty-year class reunion weekend, my husband and I happened to meet up with Janice in the lobby of the Somerset Hotel in Troy and she escorted us a long way to the area of the building where the dinner registration table and the ballroom were located.  While we were enroute, Janice mentioned that she had written a book about living effectively with multiple sclerosis.  I do not remember the title.

I can see that a lot of people with miss her and will maintain blessed memories long-term.

04/05/23 11:37 AM #4    

Jeffrey Stone

Janice's book "I Have MS, It Doesn't Have Me! is available on Amazon. Her journey impacted our family as our Aunt Delia Bronstein of Blessed Memory (no relation to Janice) traveled a similiar MS journey.

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