Janet Elane Brotzman
On January 15, 2022, Heaven opened its Pearly Gates and a very special lady went through to become an Angel. Our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister Janet Elane Brotzman finished her mission here on earth and is fulfilling her mission in heaven.
Our mother was a very spiritual woman, praying daily for her family, extended family, friends and family of friends. She was considered by all as the greatest “Prayer Warrior”, no prayer to large or small she was always there for everyone. Reading the bible every year she could quote it to you when she felt you needed guidance.
She crocheted many items, (hats, towels, wash clothes, scrubbers, jar openers, etc.) donating to multiple causes. Giving family handmade precious gifts that you now no longer see many people make anymore. When at the doctor’s office, hospital and nursing home she would hand out her handmade gifts to people who helped take care of her and always told them she loved them and Jesus does too.
Janet Elane Koch born on January 27, 1938 in Scottsbluff Nebraska to John C. Koch and Leona Markheim. Janet attended school in Scottsbluff Nebraska. She went on to marry George Earl Brotzman and they were blessed with five children, Gary (Karen) Brotzman Layton UT., Jaynette (Ronald) Roth Layton UT., Paul (Pamela) Brotzman West Point UT., Leonard (Lisa) Brotzman Boulder Dam AZ., and Kirby Brotzman Layton UT.
Our mother was a very giving person, if someone needed money or something she always found away to help. She would put off things for herself to help others and never let you know she needed something.
She was famous for her Potato Salad and Banana Bread, often being requested to bring those items to family parties and social functions.
Mom had a very special bond with her Granddaughter Jennifer who lived across the street from her. They shared many special days, events and conversations which could lead to laughing or crying. Jennifer was there when some of us couldn’t be, she was very special to our mom.
Survived by her five children, 13 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, three sisters, and three brothers.
Proceeded in death by her Husband, Parents, and 1 Great-Granddaughter.
Mom will be greatly missed she touched the hearts and souls of so many people. Heaven is lucky to receive such a great “Prayer Warrior”.
We love you Mom.
Private Family Funeral will be held Monday January 24, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Rd. Layton Utah 84041.
Interment Lindquist's Memorial Park in Layton