Salt Lake City, UT—Janice Todd Gustin, our sassy little songbird, born March 21 to Myrle and Stanley Todd, left this earth on January 15, 2022, just two months
shy of his 90th birthday.
Janice loved to sing, dance, paint, draw, ski, roller skate, sew, cook and be
surrounded by more family than you need in one house.
She is a devoted member of the LDS Church, and enjoys serving and visiting the temple, where she was sealed to the love of her life, and husband of over 50 in the summer of 2001.
Her parents owned the S&M Skating Rink (West Valley, UT) where she spent most of her free time on skates, being the first in her family to graduate from high school with dreams of becoming a “queen of the Roller”.
She was a stay-at-home mom of 6, and they are what she is
of which I am most proud in life. She raised her family at SLC and eventually moved to Midway, Utah where she found her home. She loved participating in Swiss Days every year, whether she was opening her own handmade stand, performing in the parade with the Bell Choir or serving Chuck Wagon Breakfast.
Survived by his children: Christine, Tod, Scott, Stacy and Klay
Gustine; his sister Lola Walker; 13 grandchildren and at least 20 adults
She is predeceased by her husband: Jay Gustin; and his siblings Don and Dean Todd and his daughter, Brenda Shelby
At Janice’s request, no services will be held, but she will be
buried in Midway Cemetery.
The family would like to thank the staff at The Coventry in Wentworth, Renew Hospice, and our heartfelt thanks to the emergency room nursing staff at St. Marks Hospital.
Published by The Salt Lake Tribune from January 25 to January 30, 2022.