Janet Sue (Noah) Paumier

Born: 07/15/1944 Passed:

Janet Sue (Noah) Paumier of Nimishillen Township passed away Tuesday, December 15, 2020 in the ICU at Mercy Medical Center in Canton from complications of COVID 19. She was born July 15, 1944 to the late Donald and Viola (Harper) Noah in Scio, Ohio.  She was a 1962 graduate of Scio High School and was a member of the concert band and a majorette.  Janet was employed by local retail businesses including art framing shops and women’s clothing stores.  She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and loyal friend to many.  She will always be remembered for her warm and pleasant personality and her enjoyment of music, playing cards, traveling, and spending the winters in Myrtle Beach.

In addition to her parents Janet was preceded in death by her sister, Shirley Davis and a brother Dr. Donald Noah.

Survivors include her husband Claude A. Paumier; son, James Gotshall; daughter, Julie (John) Steigerwald; grandchildren, Alysha (Sarah), Cody and Macy Gotshall and Zachary, Joseph, Rachel, and Jacob Steigerwald; stepdaughters, Angela Bandy and Christa Maring; sisters, Charlotte (Don) Young, Betsy (Chris) Doerfler, and Nellie (Bill) Kintner; brothers, Robert (Nancy), Harry (Jan), and Tom (Debbie); sister-in-law, Sue Noah and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to express its sincerest gratitude to the ICU staff at Mercy Medical Center for their professional and compassionate care of Janet.  There will be no public services at this time and a Celebration of Life will be held later.  Donations may be made to your favorite charity in Janet’s name.


15 Tributes to Janet Sue (Noah) Paumier

  1. Lee Ann Westfall. says:

    Prayers and deepest sympathies on the loss of Janet. I have memories of her while growing up. The loss of a patent is never easy but she is watching over you.

  2. Tom Brahler says:

    To the family of Janet and Claude ,
    You are in my thoughts during this difficult time
    May you find comfort in your family and friends
    Kind regards,

    • Bill and Barbara Hall says:

      Dear Julie and Jim
      Our deepest sympathy in the death of your mother. May the happy memories that you shared with her continue to bring you solace during the days, months and years ahead. God you you all.

  3. Norma Frey says:

    So sorry to hear of your great loss. My thoughts and prayers ar with the whole family. Norma Frey and Dawn Buchanan. The Samaritans table.

  4. Eric Loew, Stark State says:

    So very saddened by reading of your wife’s passing, Claude.

  5. Karen Hildreth says:

    My sincere condolences to your family during this difficult time.

  6. Matt and Nancy Pendleton says:

    Claude, Jim, and family, Nancy and I feel so bad for you and have been thinking about you. We’ve spoken to people who know you and Janet and the sadness is all around. We hope family and the memories you have with you wife and mom help you through this time. Again, our thoughts are with you and Janet.

  7. Elaine Yohn says:

    My deepest sympathies to the whole family Janet was a good friend to me and I will miss her very much she will be missed

  8. Elsie Kesspoulos says:

    Our deepest sympathies to the family.
    Your neighbors,
    Elsie Kessopulos and Terri Halk.

  9. Stephanie Ogus says:

    Janet was a very special friend to me, and we would spend time together during her 3-month visits to Myrtle Beach every year. She was the sweetest, kindest and caring friend and was so much fun to be with. She was supposed to be here in Myrtle Beach right now for her 3-month visit, and I miss her so very much. I have been and will continue to pray for comfort for her family and friends. Rest in Peace, my dear friend.

  10. John and Irene Stocker says:

    You have our sincere sympathy on the loss of Janet.

  11. Carolyn Eish Wray says:

    Janet, was my family’s neighbor for many years off Ravenna Ave. She was always very good, nice and kind to our family. I wish to offer my prayers and thoughts to her children, Jim and Julie, whom I have enjoyed their friendship as neighbors.

  12. Mike and Linda Wardle says:

    Jim, Julie, Claude, and the whole family, we send you our condolences and sincerest sympathy. Your mom was always a kind soul and great person to the Wardle family of East Canton. She will be missed by many.
    Sincerely, Mike and Linda Wardle, and the whole East Canton Wardle family.

  13. Barbara Prescop says:

    Janet was one of the nicest and most kind-hearted people I’ve ever met. I think her Myrtle Beach “family” looked forward to the wonderful dishes she and her sister would cook for our pot-lucks or other occasions. Her laugh and smile will surely be missed. Condolences to the family.

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