a_d
Friday, October 7th, 2011
Complete Obituary
Viola VanSkiver
  Former Maria Stein resident Viola M. Kinninger VanSkiver, 88, died at 2:55 a.m. Oct. 6, 2011, at Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices, St. Marys, where she had been a resident for more than six years.
She was born July 19, 1923, in Uno, to Harry and Emma Varno Kinninger. On Sept. 27, 1947, she married Randall K. VanSkiver, who died in 1959.
Surviving are a daughter, Diane (Joseph) Gagel, Monclove; two sisters, Lula Vondrell, Cincinnati, and Nancy Roby, Harbinger, N.C.; two granddaughters; and two great-grandchildren.
Deceased are two sisters, Alvina Simmerman and Mildred Moore; and three brothers, Gustwin, Adrian and Urban Kinninger.
She graduated in 1942 from Minster High School. She worked at National Cash Register, Dayton, in a Marion Local School office, and at a Minster grocery. She retired from Copeland Industries, Sidney.
She and her husband were co-owners of Korner Kafe, Maria Stein.
She was a member of St. John Catholic Church and its Knights of St. John Auxiliary Uniform Rank.
Funeral Mass is 10:30 a.m. Monday at the church, the Rev. Gene Schnipke officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Calling is 3-5 p.m. Sunday and 9-10 a.m. Monday at Hogenkamp Funeral Home, Minster.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Grand Lake Hospice or to the Marion Local Schools Foundation.
Condolences may be left at hogenkampfh.com.
Additional obituaries for this date
a_d
Thursday
21°
Mostly Cloudy
12%
Thursday Night
11°
Mostly Cloudy
19%
Friday
24°
Chance Snow Showers
30%
Friday Night
Slight Chance Snow Showers
23%
Saturday
13°
Slight Chance Snow Showers
20%
Saturday Night
Mostly Cloudy
5%
Sunday
20°
Mostly Cloudy
16%
Sunday Night
18°
Chance Snow
38%
Presidents Day
31°
Chance Snow
53%
Monday Night
25°
Chance Snow
42%
Tuesday
36°
Slight Chance Snow Showers
23%
Tuesday Night
25°
Chance Snow Showers
25%
3 Day
Extended
a_d
a_da_da_d
camera_logo Photo Albums
Saturday, February 6
index pict
video_logoOnline Video
Friday, January 15
index pict
Remains found are human