Janet Grossman was born February 25, 1943, to Dorothy and Larry Tolchin. She was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania until her family relocated to California in 1960.
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Janet married Alan Faer on June 23, 1962, at the age of 19 and to that union they welcomed their first child, Pamela, on May 7, 1963. Their second child, Michael on April 17, 1965, and their third child, Scott on January 18, 1971. Janet was a stay-at-home mom while her children were young. Her children, grandchildren, and fur babies (boxers) were her world.
Janet and Al divorced shortly after 25 years of marriage. Soon after that she met Douglas (Doug) Grossman. Janet and Doug were married on April 20th, 1992. Together they have seven children and twelve grandchildren. Family was everything to Janet. She took an early retirement in 1998, to stay home and help raise three of her grandchildren.
Janet will forever be known as the best, most entertaining "Bubbie" a grandchild could ask for in life. Janet was a bank teller for many years. She kept her customers happy. They would wait in line to see the newest design on her fingernails. Her biggest accomplishment in life was becoming a "Bubbie" to Liam, Devon, Amanda, Lindsey, Savanna, Jasmine, Evan, Jessica, James Douglas, John Ross, Nadia and Aidan.
On February 19, 2021, Janet Grossman passed away. She was proceeded in death by her parents, mother-in-law, and her brother, Alan.
Janet leaves to cherish her love and memories her sister, Leslie and family, her husband, Doug and their children: Pam and her husband, Mark, Mike and his wife, Kimberly, Scott and his wife, Maria, Marcelle and her husband, James, Nina and her husband, Tim, Layla, Damon, and 12 grandchildren,
A mother’s love for her child is incomparable. It knows no boundaries or laws. It dares to go against everything else that is in its path.
Janet Faye Grossman, you will forever live in our hearts. You will be remembered for the love you had for your family.