Janice Ann Mero

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Janice Ann Mero, age 64, passed away on Saturday, March 11, 2023, with her loving sons by her side.

Janice was born on December 11, 1958, in Wyandotte, Michigan, to Howard and Jean (Cheney) Carey.

She grew up between Atlanta and Gaylord, Michigan, and graduated from Gaylord High School in 1977.

She held many different roles and titles over the years, but being a full-time mom to her two sons, Joel and Curtis, was her greatest passion.

Janice was known for her infectious smile and laughter, and the love that she had for the people in her life. She was happiest with her toes in the sand, on a warm, sunny day, or sitting around a table playing games and enjoying conversations and laughter and enjoying holidays with family and friends. She also loved dancing to her favorite music and spending time vacationing with her siblings. Her most recent joy in life was her role as a grandma, and she cherished the memories that she made with her granddaughter, Ella, and loved getting to meet her newest granddaughter, Sophia.

Janice is survived by her sons, Joel (Brittany) Mero of Alma, Michigan, and Curtis Mero of Gaylord; her granddaughters, Ella and Sophia Mero; her siblings, Cheryl (Frank) Kucharek, Tim (Cara Kinnear) Carey, Jeff (Julie Lanctot) Carey, Dale (Robin) Carey, and Lynn (Ron) Welker; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, and close friends.

Janice was preceded in death by her parents, Howard, and Jean Carey.

A memorial service will be held to celebrate Janice’s life in June, with details to be announced as they are available.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, P.O. Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

8 comments on “Janice Ann Mero”

  1. She was so loving and I hope she felt the love we had for her. She is already so missed. Sending all our love to the rest of her family and friends. 💜💜

  2. Catherine Stoner

    Missing you already Janice but happy you are in no more pain. Always loved talking to her and her high spirit and energy. She always made me laugh. Give hugs to all family in heaven. Love you always Janice.

  3. I will so miss her laughter and beautiful smile .Rest in peace cousin.Will miss you.Sending love and prayers for friends and family.

  4. My Dear Friend… the love and laughter, along with the pain and sorrow has bonded us as sisters. The memories of our times together bring me great joy. Chasing kids, playing Scrabble, our walks around the subdivision and the great times on the dance floor. I will continue to ” Take those old records off the shelf” and dance those dances for you. May Paradise enjoy you, as much as I have.
    God Bless the family, you’re in my prayers. Hugs to all, especially Joey and Curtis. ❤️
    Love, Connie

  5. Tabbatha huffman

    My heart goes out to her entire family. Especially her son Curtis. I can say that I am very thankful that I was able to cross paths with Janice. I will forever be grateful for her. For without her my daughter wouldn’t have her uncle curti. You may be gone from our site but never far from our hearts.

  6. Laurie Slivinski Bingham

    Janice was a good friend, The Carey Family lived next door, we all grew up together till they moved to Atlanta, We used to call the radio stations and have them play the current hits, We had a blast! Her and Cheryl were like sisters to me,
    My Deepest Sympathy for the Family! Janice was one of a Kind

  7. Marlene & Dr. Don Cousineau

    We all have been family since we were kids. Janice was always such a sweet person. We will always remember her beautiful smile… We feel sooo blessed to have known her. She was ALWAYS available to anyone in need and was especially helpful with her sister Cheryl after her stroke. Even when she didn’t feel well herself she was always there for her.
    If we can help with anything, please let us know. We Love you guys!
    Dan, Kathy, Marlene and families

  8. To the family of Janice . We were Best of Friends during our school years and then Life took us in different directions. However I have wonderful memories of my friend. I know she leaves a Legacy to be proud of. God Bless you as a family for strength, faith and her Loving memories

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