Janet Andrea (Huntley) Immel of North Fairfield passed away Tuesday September 24th while on vacation in Waco Texas after a lengthy battle with Cancer. Born January 13, 1954 in Cleveland Ohio to Duane and Vernice Huntley and was the oldest of 5 siblings. Jan was a lifelong resident of Huron county. Jan was a 1972 graduate of Norwalk High School and went on to become a Registered Nurse specializing in Geriatrics. She served Norwalk residents as the Director of Nursing at Gaymont Nursing Center in Norwalk before becoming an Inspector with the State of Ohio for many years and retired in 2018. Jan had many passions in life. She was an avid photographer and enjoyed many awards for her work and it was eventually displayed as part of the new interior design at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland Ohio. Jan’s passion for photography went hand in hand with her affection for travel - she and her husband traveled to all 50 states in the US and several foreign countries and territories. Jan’s lifelong love for music and singing gained her much local notoriety by owning and operating Tune Time Karaoke and DJ service with her husband, Tim. Jan also loved her church,The Chapel in Norwalk Ohio. Of all of the things Jan loved about life, her primary love was for her family. Jan is survived by and was a devoted wife to her husband Tim Immel for 47 years. Together they raised 4 Children - Joshua Immel of Redding California, Tory Castle (Jamie Castle spouse) of Norwalk, Justin Immel (Brooke Immel spouse) of Norwalk, Tessa Rupp (Chris Rupp spouse) also of Norwalk. Her absolute biggest joy in life were her 12 grandchildren and she invested herself fully into her role as a grandmother to Valory, Caleb, Makenna, and Jadon of Redding California, Deveney, Sydney, Dylan, Zurina, Xavia, Piper, Brielle, and Beckett all of Norwalk. Jan was preceded in death by her parents Duane and Vernice Huntley and her brother Keith Huntley. At Jan’s request there will be no immediate memorial service just a family gathering to celebrate the joy she left behind. Online condolences may be expressed by going to www.walkereastmanheydingerfh.com.