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Elaine VinZant

Elaine VinZant

Sunday, June 25th, 1950 Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

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Obituary for Elaine VinZant

Elaine VinZant, passed away suddenly after dealing with multiple sclerosis for many years. Elaine was born the 25th of June 1950 to Casimer and Natalie Warszowski in Niagara Falls, NY. She had a beautiful childhood with her sister (Paula) and brother (John). She had so many happy memories of those growing up days. In spite of several operations to her left hip she survived to overcome with a positive attitude. She didn’t let this handicap limit a normal life. She flourished through school and went on to secure a masters degree in Library science. While working at Deaconess Hospital in Buffalo, NY. She met a young medical intern from Wichita, KS. As fate would dictate they fell in love. She married Mark N. VinZant in April of 1977. He still has the ring to prove it. She immediately became the foundation for the new VinZant family. She raised two wonderful children in a house full of love, happiness, and caring. Besides her focus on being the best mother possible she maintained her Catholic faith and true love for Jesus Christ. When asked what she did to control the complications created by M.S. she said she prayed for God to help her though difficult times and hoped for the best. She gave her all to the family and friends. She never complained. She was gifted and giving the ability to help in Mark’s Family Practice office in Derby. She supported her church, St Mary’s of Derby and gifting to multiple charities. She respected and cared for everyone she met. She unconditionally loved and supported her greatest admirer, her husband.
She is proceeded in death by her parents. She leaves behind her daughter Katie Rose Grant (Kevin) and her son Nick Casimer VinZant (Dawn). Four grandchildren (Casimer, Logan, Rowen and Riley). Life won’t be the same without her and she will greatly missed In lew of flowers please send donations to St Mary’s of Derby Catholic Church building fund and/or Music Theater of Wichita. Rosary: Monday, July 13,2020 at 9:30 am. Mass of Christian Burial: Monday 10 am at St. Mary Catholic Church, 2300 E Meadowlark Rd, Derby, KS 67037.

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  • Rosary Service

    Monday, July 13th, 2020 | 9:30am
    St. Mary Catholic Church
    2300 E. Meadowlark
    Derby, KS
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    Monday, July 13th, 2020
    9:30am
  • Service

    Monday, July 13th, 2020 | 10:00am
    St. Mary Catholic Church
    2300 E. Meadowlark
    Derby, KS
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    Monday, July 13th, 2020
    10:00am
    The Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. VinZant will be livestreamed on the St. Mary Derby, Kansas facebook page.
    Officiant
    Father Joe Eckberg
  • Interment

    Hillcrest Cemetery
    10102 E. 95th Street S
    Derby, Kansas
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Jim and Dood VinZant and Family

Sorry for your sudden loss. We have lots of wonderful memories at family get together.

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Suzanne Warsaw

Dearest Mark, Paula and Johnny - The night sky has certainly gained a bright, beautiful, shining diamond. What wonderful memories of picnics at Beaver Island, Hyde Park and Fort Niagara .....card parties, birthday parties and communions. I can hear Aunty Natalie calling Elaine in heaven. We were blessed with a beautiful soul - so very sorry - rest well Elaine....
Suzanne Warsaw - Chester's Granddaughter
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Cheryl & Tony Pelaccio

Mark, Sorry for your loss! Will always remember the good memories working with you and Elaine.
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Kathleen W. Dreyfus

I remember all the vacations our 2 families took , many centered around baseball games for the fathers or wineries. The Blakes in Port Dover put up with us for many years but they were great times for us. The picnics at Beaver Island State Park where we needed a wagon to get all our stuff from the car to the picnic tables. Actually knowing our families and all the stuff we took on these trips I don't know how there was room in the cars for us. These were trips and memories that bound us together as a family. I am so grateful to have shared them with Elaine and all the family. I believe Elaine is in heaven and catching up with the other Warszawskis that preceded her and that she is happy and not in any pain. She was a good soul and will be missed. Love, Kathy & Mike Dreyfus.
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Ethel L Shaughnessy

Please accept my deepest Condolence. Ethel Shaughnessy
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