Janice Kay Webb (Bigler) returned to her heavenly home on January 9, 2024, surrounded by loving family and friends. She lived a life filled with faith and family and will always be remembered for her playful good humor, loving selflessness, and determination. Her lifelong battle with MS was an inspiration to all who knew her.

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Janice was born on July 29, 1943 to Glenn and Flossie Bigler in Murray, Utah. As a toddler, Janice moved with her family to live on a dairy farm in Midway, Utah. Here she developed a love of nature and animals, and talked often about how fun it was to ride her horse, Star, to school. Family was the center of her life. Janice grew up very close to her many aunts and uncles and numerous cousins. Every year, the family reunion, usually in Midway, was an event she looked forward to.

When Janice was nine years old, they moved to Midvale, where her father built the Copper Vu Motel and the duplex next to it. She learned hard work as she helped run this business, cleaning rooms after school and helping wherever she could. This work ethic continued through her adult years working in the grocery business, from which she retired in 2006.

The greatest pride and happiness of her life have been her three children, Todd, Denise, and Tysen. Janice married Davis Norman Webb on May 27, 1972, and together they raised their family in West Valley City, Utah. Many happy memories were made during those years when their children were young. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren became the joy of her golden years. They adored teasing grandma about her puzzles, sharing desserts, and watching her favorite TV shows with her.

Anyone who knew Janice understands her pure and total faith in her Savior. As a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Janice had a special love for sacred music and would often listen to the Tabernacle Choir. She felt great joy in the Temple, and attended whenever she could.

Janice was proceeded in death by her husband, Davis Norman Webb, parents, Glenn & Flossie Bigler; and brother, Loren Bigler.

She is survived by her children Todd (Anya) Webb, Denise (Dave) Palmer, Tysen (Tamara) Webb; grandchildren Colton (Jessica) Roueche, Joe Morozin, Jessica Palmer, Nerissa Davis, Ryan Palmer, Katelyn Palmer, Andriea Smith, Cameron (Arianna) Rose, Haley Smith, Seth Webb, Isaac Webb, Lily Webb, Charlie Webb, Evey Webb; great-grandchildren Khazden Stensrud, Kraighten Stensrud, Oliver Palmer, Lachlan Wolverton; siblings LaRae Mitchell, Glenda

Caldwell, and Gary Bigler.

The family would like to express special thanks to the Westbrook 7th Ward and her good friends who played cards with her every week. She loved you all dearly! We would also like to thank the sweet, caring staff at Legacy House of Taylorsville and her Amazing nurse, Wendy, and staff with Inspiration Hospice.

A viewing in her honor will be held on Friday, January 19, 2024 from 6:00-8:00PM at Broomhead Funeral Home, 12600 South 2200 West Riverton, UT. Funeral Saturday, January 20, 2024 11 AM with viewing one hour prior at the West Jordan Utah Westbrook Stake Center, 6364 South 3200 West Taylorsville, UT. Interment at Memorial Redwood Cemetery 6500 S Redwood Rd West Jordan, UT.



Friday, Jan. 19, 2024 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Broomhead Funeral Home
12600 South 2200 West
Riverton, UT 84065

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Funeral Service

Saturday, Jan. 20, 2024 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Westbrook Wardhouse
6364 S. 3200 W.
Taylorsville, UT 84129

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Broomhead Funeral Home

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Jan 15, 2024

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