Janice R. Knapp
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MARLBORO- Janice R. Knapp, 63, a resident of Higley Hill Road, died unexpectedly Tuesday, April 4, at her home. She was born in Brattleboro on January 27, 1954, the daughter of Philip and Louise (Forrest) Rice. She attended Wilmington schools, graduating from Wilmington High School.

Mrs. Knapp worked most recently for the Cup & Saucer, C&S Convenience, and North Star Bowl. Previously she had worked at Deerfield Valley Supply where she started in automotive and then worked into propane service where she became the first practicing woman certified in the state of Vermont.

Mrs. Knapp enjoyed creating stained glass art, knitting and crocheting, and was an avid reader. She traveled to Greece and enjoyed her cat and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Knapp is survived by her brother, William Rice, and his wife Priscilla; sons, Silas and Hiram and his wife Alison; grandson, Quincy; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Donna Ayers and Gloria Rieger.

Funeral services for Mrs. Knapp will be announced at a later date. There are no visiting hours. If friends desire gifts in Mrs. Knapp’s memory may be made to the Windham County Humane Society, c/o Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363. To send the family personal email condolences visitwww.sheafuneralhomes.com.
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