Janette I. Duboy

October 9, 1931 - November 13, 2018


Age 87, of Warsaw, passed away on November 13, 2018 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was born October 8, 1931 in Warsaw, daughter of the late John and Florence Molton Van Buren. Janette was employed for twenty-five years in the housekeeping department at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was an avid bingo player and enjoyed bowling in area bowling leagues for many years. Janette enjoyed playing cards, dancing and listening to country music. She loved socializing with friends and meeting new friends. Spending time with her family was one of her greatest joys.

Janette was predeceased by her husband, Michael Duboy who died October 30, 1993.

Surviving are her sons, David (Karen) Duboy of Warsaw, Paul (Karla) Duboy of Warsaw, Brian Duboy of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; her grandchildren, Matthew Duboy, Timothy Duboy, Benjamin Duboy and Rachel Duboy; her brother, John (Theresa) VanBuren of Warsaw; several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Thelma Leonard, Elizabeth Amburgey and Shirley VanBuren.

Friends may call Friday, November 16 from 4 – 7 PM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where Janette’s funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 17 at 11 AM. Burial will be in Warsaw Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Down Syndrome Parent Support Group of Genesee County, 2121 Lewiston Rd., Oakfield, NY 14125.

Important Dates

November 16, 2018 : Calling Hours for Janette I. Duboy - 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

November 17, 2018 : Funeral Service for Janette I. Duboy - 11:00 AM

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Nov 28.18 from brian duboy:
On behalf of the Duboy Family. I would like to Thank All of you for your comfort and kindness through this very hard time. She was a fine lady and always wanted to please and help everyone. She will be missed by not only family but the many friends she made over the years.

Nov 23.18 from Linda Schery:
So sorry for your lost, she was a great lady

Nov 17.18 from Sandra Joy:
So sorry to hear of Aunt Janette passing. She was a firecracker, loved talking to her and watching her always having fun. She was always so nice and friendly to me.

Nov 16.18 from Blake Irwin:
RIP Aunt Janette!!!!!! I will forever remember the good times and the memories of you stopping over to our house after you got out of work at the hospital!!! My thoughts and prayers are with my whole family during this time of loss . I love you all

Nov 15.18 from Shelly burns baker:
I am very sorry for you loss. She was a great lady with alot of heart.

Nov 15.18 from Martha Weiland:
I remember Janette when our folks were very gòod friends we had some very good times. May her family find peace with her death. Sympathy to the family Martha Eichenberger Weiland

Nov 15.18 from Deborah and Steven Abbott:
Our Deepest Sympathy goes out to the family of Janette Dubois. She will be sadly missed by many. She was a wonderful soul.God Bless Janette, may you be at peace with the lord.

Nov 15.18 from Barry and Sharon True:
Dear Family, We are so sorry. So many hearts will be broken and it will take alot of time to heal over this loss. She was family to us. We wished the world had more wonderful people like Janette in it because it would be a much better place. There was no question that she lived her life to the fullest and nothing slowed her down. We can only hope to live until all of us are 87 like she did. She can now join Mike and her family in heaven and if there isn't bingo in heaven she will start one. Celebrate her life because she had a good one. Lean on others and you will find comfort. We will miss her dearly but we were blessed to have known her for so many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with all you.

Nov 15.18 from Tim Wilcox:
Prayers to the entire family during this hard time.

Nov 14.18 from Robin Ingle:
I love you Aunt Janette!! Will miss you so much!! RIP you sweet and crazy lady!!

Nov 14.18 from Marjorie and Oliver Asberry:
Sending heartfelt condolences. What an amazing, fun lady. I feel so lucky we got to know her a little bit and enjoyed visiting at camp. Sending hugs and keeping you all in our hearts and prayers!