Janice Kay Woolums, age 72, of Lebanon, passed away Friday, November 19, 2021 at the Atrium Medical Center in Middletown, Ohio. She was born May 6, 1949 in Reesville, Ohio the daughter of the late Charles and Ruth (Bean) Lambcke. Jan made her home with her soulmate and husband Rick for 25 years. One of her favorite things to do was host events for her family and friends. Her annual Christmas parties filled her home with love and laughter. She especially loved making happy memories for her grandchildren. She was in her element when her home was bustling with her large family. During quiet times, she enjoyed using her creativity and keen eye for design to do décor and rehab projects with Rick. Jan retired from ATSG, formerly ABX Air after 30 years where she touched many lives. She started as a casual employee in 1985 and worked her way up through the ranks to Sr Director level. Throughout the years, she would mentor anyone who wanted to further their career there. Her dedication, authenticity and work ethic earned her the respect of her colleagues as well creating an example that many would follow. Her departure leaves a void that cannot be filled in our lives but we will carry her in our hearts forever. Jan is survived by her husband, James Richard “Rick” Woolums; children, Rob (Jennifer) Cleaver of Lebanon, Chris Cleaver of Eastgate, Jason (Bethany) Woolums of Flowery Branch, Georgia, Danielle (Teddy) Arrington of Xenia, and Blaire (Pete) Brown of Wilmington; grandchildren, Zac Cleaver, Anna Cleaver, Andrew Cleaver, Gabe Woolums, Sophie Woolums, Abby Woolums, Morgan Ritchey, Kenzie Arrington, Kyle Arrington, Grace Brown, Rylee Oglesby, Austin Oglesby, and Carson Brown; siblings, Mary (Jim) Young of Wilmington, Walter (Patricia) Lambcke of Naples, Florida, Phyllis (Carl) Staron of Lake Placid, Florida, Harriett (Mike) Fleming of Denver, Colorado, Patricia Lambcke of Phoenix, Arizona, Tom (Janie) Lambcke of Peebles, Ohio, Debbie (Tom) Furguson of Rochester, Minnesota, and Richard Lambcke of Chattanooga, Tennessee; sisters-in-law, Kathy Lambcke of Wilmington, Vicki Lambcke of Wilmington, and Mary Ellen Lambcke of Wilmington; several extended family members; and many friends. In addition to her parents, Jan is preceded in death by four brothers, Herman Lambcke, Harry Lambcke, Gary Lambcke, and Denny Lambcke. A visitation to Celebrate Jan’s Life will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday, November 27, 2021 at Brown Funeral Home, Wilmington. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be made available during the Celebration, all are invited and encouraged to enjoy. To leave an on-line condolence, please visit www.arehart-brown.com, or see our Facebook page, Brown Funeral Home.