On September 13, 2018

Obituary – Janis Albrecht

GAYSVILLE— Janis Albrecht, 60, a long time resident of Gaysville, passed away peacefully May 10th 2018. She was born December 22, 1957, raised in Fairfield CT and graduated from Andrew Warde High School in 1975. Janis moved to Vermont shortly thereafter. A Nationally Registered EMT since 1989, Janis served on the Stockbridge First Response Team since 2003, was employed as a professional ski patroller at numerous ski areas throughout Vermont and New Hampshire and served as the head EMT at the Vermont Summer Festival horse show for 20 years. Janis was the former director of Killington’s Mountain Ambassador Program and Professional Ski Patrol and she volunteered with the Vermont Adaptive Ski Program for people with disabilities.

Janis loved traveling, adventure, hiking, sailing and being with family, friends and her dog. She had a deep appreciation for music, from jazz, bluegrass, Grateful Dead to Zydeco and loved going to concerts and music festivals. Janis was a happy, caring, joyful person who loved to have fun and filled her life with wonderful experiences. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends and never forgotten.

A Celebration of Life with live music by local musicians, Rick Redington and Bow Thayer will be held on Sunday, September 16th from 1:00 until 6:00 at the Whaleback Mountain baselodge, 160 Whaleback Mountain Rd, Enfield, NH 03748. Phone: (603) 448-5500

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Whaleback Mountain Ski Patrol, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports or the Stockbridge First Response Team.

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