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Janet Lee Frederick was born Sept 13, 1934 in Hollywood, CA. She entered into heaven on October 16th 2011 from injuries sustained in a tragic car accident.
She graduated from Downey High School. She then received her Bachelor’s degree from UCLA and went on to earn her teaching credential. She met the love of her life while teaching at West Junior High School in Downey Ca, and was married to Raymond Mooshagian March 29, 1958. She touched the lives of every single person she met whether it was in the classroom, the health and wellness field, at church or in daily life.
Janet began her career as a teacher but went on to build her legacy working for Shaklee Corporation. She began with Shaklee when she was sponsored in 1966 and became her own business builder by 1967.She spent 44 years working for Shaklee, promoting health and wellness. At 77 years old she never stopped working towards her goals. She had built a dream board in her office and was going to check off everything on the list. It consisted of Shaklee ambitions like making Presidential Master Coordinator and working to earn an African safari trip. She was hardworking and contagiously charismatic. She dedicated her life to helping people and making their lives as great as she knew they could be.
After her husbands retirement they moved to Fresno to spend more time with their family. She enjoyed watching them grow and always provided the love and guidance they all needed. Those who knew Janet will always cherish the wonderful memories they have of her charming personality, relentless sense of hard work, her astounding generosity and her deep love for her family, friends and animals. She was a little piece of heaven on earth and she will be ever so greatly missed.
She is survived by her beloved sons Steve Mooshagian and Gary Mooshagian, his wife Deanna; her grandchildren, Janaye, Bobby, Danielle, Brooke and Lindsey Mooshagian and her great-grandson Makaio. She is also survived by many relatives & friends.
A Funeral Service will be held at Rose Hills Cemetery Sky-Rose Chapel in Whittier on Friday October 28th 2011, at 11:00 a.m.
Remembrances may be made to A Million Trees. Million Dreams campaign in partnership with The Green Belt Movement at 1666 K Street, NW Suite 440 Washington, DC 20006
Published: October 27, 2011 – Volume 10 – Issue 28