Janet was only 33 years old when she disappeared in 1996. She had two young children and a thriving career as an artist.
From the trial for the person who killed her, Janet's friends remember her. Those friends don't have to go far to see the legacy she left behind.
On the walls of the Tin Angel Restaurant on West End, Janet's talent can't be missed. From paintings to illustrations for children's books, Janet put herself into her work.
Back in 2002 Carolyn Levine, Janet's mom, could only smile when talking about her daughter.
"She has a good sense of humor, she could tell a story about any event," Levine said.
But no one could have imagined the events that would eventually surround Janet March's life.
Now Carolyn Levine can only hug her family when talking about finally getting justice for her daughter.
Even during the trial, Janet March's mural still hung on the walls at the Tin Angel.
Janet's art can also be seen at the Janet March Art Gallery in the Jewish Community Center in Bellevue. The gallery was made possible by a donation from Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. It is just one way they are trying to keep their daughter's memory alive.