Peter Lawrence William Janett was born in the Yorkton General Hospital on December 31st, 1930 to Maude and Lawrence Janett. He was raised with his sister, Bernice in the Clonmell-Meadowvale District, where he completed grades 1-8 before attending high school at Yorkton Collegiate Institute.
As a young man Peter worked with his dad on the farm. He loved socializing and spent many happy hours with friends and family visiting, going to dances, playing cards, curling and playing baseball.
On July 6, 1957, Peter married the love of his life, Barbara Larson at the Saltcoats United Church. The next year they moved to Bredenbury where they spent 56 happy years together. During this time they raised two children and made many life-long friends.
Peter leaves behind to cherish his life and memory: his daughter Lori (Ralph) Kindrachuk and their children, Jordan (Anne-Marie Rollo) Jonah and Charlie Mills, Michael (Victoria) Piper and Joey Kindrachuk, Ashley (Andrew) Parker, Louie and Henry Williams, Lara (Ryan) Noa, Farrah and Cash Keller, Dani (Tim) Max and Ben Spencer; and his son Perry (Elaine) and their children, Lee (Brenna) Nicolas, Joseph, Emily Janett, Cole (Allison Weber) Janett. He is also survived by his only sister Bernice Oleck.
Peter is predeceased by his loving wife, Barbara Janett, his great-grandson Nolan Lee Janett, brothers-in-law Ed (Bernice) Oleck, Roy (Irene) Larson, Leslie Larson, Alvin (Muriel) Larson, Jim (Rita) Larson, Bob Larson, Ron (Diane) Larson, Bill (Kathy) Larson, sister-in-law Viola (Eugene) Gregorash and niece Leslye Shields.
After a brief stay in hospital, Peter passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of February 27th, surrounded by the love of his family.
Peter Janett of Bredenbury passed away February 27, 2019 at the age of 88 .
A Memorial Service will be held for Peter on Saturday, March 2 at 2:00 pm from the Knox United Church, Bredenbury, SK in with Sarah Giles officiating.
Interment will follow in the Bredenbury Town Cemetery.
Should friends so desire, donations in memory of Peter may be made to The Town of Bredenbury for use in the Bredenbury Golf Course.