Janet G. Kampschroeder

Janet G. Kampschroeder
Janet G. Kampschroeder

Janet G. Kampschroeder, 78, of Amarillo, TX, and formerly of Pampa, TX passed away on January 15, 2021, after battling Lewy Body Dementia and Addison’s Disease.

A service will be held at 11:00 A.M., Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at Westcliff Bible Church with Dr. Steven Waterhouse officiating. Burial will follow at 2:00 P.M., at Fairview Cemetery in Pampa, TX. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Janet was born in Pampa, TX on May 9, 1942, to Irene (nee Jackson) and Doyle Fontaine Osborne.

Janet graduated from Pampa High school in 1960 and graduated from the University of Missouri with a B.A. in Education in 1964. She married David E. Kampschroeder on July 3, 1965.

Janet was a loving wife; mother; and grandmother; a dedicated member of Westcliff Bible church, where she worked in the library for many years; an active member of Daughters of the American Revolution; and a pioneer for homeschooling in the Texas Panhandle. Janet also poured energy into advocating for and providing educational opportunities to those whose potential might go overlooked by others.

She was preceded in death by her father, Doyle Osborne; her mother, Irene Osborne; and her granddaughter, Kaylee Kampschroeder.

Survivors include her husband, David Kampschroeder; daughter, Katrina Taylor of Amarillo, TX; son, Kerry Kampschroeder of Canyon, TX; daughter, Kendi Fiscus of Valley Center, KS; 11 grandchildren; brother, Wyeth J. Osborne of Pampa, TX; and many beloved cousins and friends.

Memorial donations may be made to Westcliff Bible Church, Westcliff Press, or West Texas Child Evangelism Fellowship.

7 Replies to “Janet G. Kampschroeder”

  1. Karen Oyer
    Janet was the most loved and highly respected person in our family. We will miss her. David, I am very very sorry for your loss. God will be with you, as with you entire family. In Gods time you will heal from your loss. Love to all .

  2. My best friend in high school. Such a kind woman who always thought of others first. Prayers for her family.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Janet will be missed.
    Keith, Marilyn Hoemann and family

  4. I met Janet when we were both 16, living in Pampa. We became good friends, and over the years I began to call her my “oldest friend”, (having known her the longest of all my friends).
    Janet was a lovely, gentle but strong woman, devoted to God, especially to her family, and to the causes she believed in.
    Those memories of Janet are forever with me, and I grieve her loss. My sympathy goes out to her beloved family.

  5. Our sincerest sympathies are with your lovely family. Janet was the best of women and she will be missed dearly.

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