Victoria Vanders

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died October 21, 2007

Marie Victoria Vanders, age 94, of 1205 Wisconsin Avenue, Gladstone died Sunday morning October 21, 2007 of an apparent heart attack at the Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba where she had been a resident for the past 10 years.
Victoria was born February 8, 1913 in Rudyard, MI the daughter of Albert and Alexina (Royer) LeGault Sr. She moved with her family from Rudyard at the age of 4 months to Gladstone. Victoria was a graduate of the Gladstone High School, class of 1931.

Victoria was united in marriage to Oscar M. Vanders on November 26, 1938 at the All Saints Church in Gladstone. They made their home at 1205 Wisconsin Avenue in Gladstone where they raised their 2 sons, Lynn and Ned.

Victoria was an active member of All Saints Church in Gladstone where she served on the Altar Guild. Victoria was a good conversationalist and she received enjoyment from listening to all people. She enjoyed spending time at their home, sewing and she was an avid reader.

Survivors include her 2 sons, Lynn J. of Gladstone and Ned F. of Austin, TX.

Numerous nieces and nephews

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Oscar, on May 3, 2000, 3 brothers; Albert Jr.; and twins Leo and Louis LeGault, 2 sisters, Melvina Meyer and Edith Schram.


0 Tributes for “Victoria Vanders

    Our condolences to you in the Homegoing of your mom. May you feel His presences with you and may you be comforted in this great loss. (Matthew 5:4)

    Betty & Diodoro Maldonado
    Morelia, Michoacan, MX

    Dear Ned,

    Please accept my condolences in the passing of your Mother. May you find God’s grace sufficient in this difficult time. (I Thessalonians 4:13-14)

    Milo Austin
    Conway, AR

    Sending you my deepest sympathies at your time of loss. I always enjoyed visiting with you and your mom at Bishop Noa when my mom, Edith Henke, was there. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Sharon Reisner
    Escanaba, MI

    Lynn and Ned,

    So sorry to hear about Aunt Victoria. My fondest memory of her is as kids we always had a place for a warm bowl of soup and a sandwich when my Mom would be working.

    Glen,Sherry and Samantha Meyer
    Muskego, WI

    Lynn & Ned,

    Please accept my sympathy for your Mom and best friend. I met you at BNH when I visited with my Uncle Ray. Know that I will continuously lift you and her to Our Lord and Savior in prayer .

    Barbara A. Nelson
    Escanaba, MI

    Dear Lynn and Ned

    Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Take all the memories and let them help you through the difficult times. You remain in our thoughts and prayers.

    Phil and Virginia Petersen
    Gladstone, MI

    To the Vanders family i will miss your mother very much she was a very nice lady. I loved her. She would help me with exercize class every day.I will miss her..My deepest sympathy to you’s..Love Patti Prim

    Patti Prim
    Escanaba, MI

    Lynn I’m sorry to hear about your mother. I know how much she meant to you. You and your brother have my deepest sympathy. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

    Mike Ellingson

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