Mary Ann Vunk

Mary Ann Vunk, 71, of Edmeston passed away peacefully Thursday July 6, 2017 at her home following an extended illness.

 Mary Ann was born on November 16, 1945 in Utica, NY the daughter of the late Donald F. and Kathryn Burns Vunk. In addition to her parents, Mary Ann was also pre-deceased by a brother Daniel Vunk in 1974, and a nephew Joseph Vunk in 2016.

 Mary Ann was a 1963 graduate of Edmeston Central School, and of Broome Community College in 1965. She was a proud employee of Bassett Healthcare Network for over 50 years, and was the assistant to CEO Dr. William Streck for 30 of those years. She and Dr. Streck remained very close friends following her retirement.

Mary Ann was a former member of the Church of the Nativity, and served on the Edmeston Union Cemetery Board for many years.

Above all, Mary Ann loved and cherished her family. She enjoyed weekend trips with her sister and family to the Adirondacks, and hardly ever missed a ballgame or concert for her nephews or nieces. She will be missed dearly.

She is survived by: a brother John “Jack” (Donna) Vunk of Edmeston, a sister Terri (Kevin) Scrivener of Edmeston, nieces and nephews Jeremy (April) Vunk, Kari (Zeno) Lantos, Kristopher (Jess Allen) Vunk, Erik (Megan) Scrivener, Erin (Akeem Adeyemi) Scrivener, Cherished great nieces and nephews Jack and Julia Vunk, Alex and Max Lantos, Madalyn Vunk, Lillie Vunk,  and Wade Scrivener.

The Vunk family would like to thank Darlene, Chantel, Britney, and Tina for the extraordinary care shared with Mary Ann.

Funeral services will be 12:00 P.M. Saturday July 8, 2017 at the Delker and Terry Funeral Home 30 South Street Edmeston, NY with Rev. Mark Piedmonte of the Garrattsville Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will follow in Edmeston Union Cemetery, Edmeston. Calling hours will be 10:00-12:00 prior to services at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to the Fieldstone Assistance Fund C/O Bassett Healthcare Network 1 Atwell Rd Cooperstown, NY 13326 in loving memory of Mary Ann. Arrangements are by NYS Licensed Funeral Director David Delker at Delker and Terry Funeral Home 30 South Street Edmeston, NY. To send condolences, visit www.Delkerterryfuneralhome.com, or Facebook Delker and Terry Funeral Home.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Mary Ann Vunk”

  1. To the family and dear friends of Mary Ann, we hold you in our hearts and send our love in full knowledge that Mary Ann is loved and finding an everlasting peace.

  2. We will all miss Mary Anns warm smile and infectious laugh.
    Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with all of her loved ones.

  3. To the Vunk Family,
    Bob Whiting and I would like to express our sadness with your familie’s loss.
    MaryAnn and I where childhood friends and I have many memories of our childhood years. We lived south of the Vunk farm on North Street. MaryAnn, Jack, Bob and I would ride our bikes up and down the road, sometimes being chased by geese, playing ball in our lot, eating watermelon, riding the hay wagons in the summer and ice skating on your pond in the winter.
    I recently found a picture of MaryAnn and I standing in front of my house in our band uniforms, probably in 1960. A brief walk down memory lane.
    Blessings to you, Marilyn Whiting Andrew and Bob Whiting, Hailey,Idaho

  4. Vunk Family, We wish to express our condolences and deepest sympathy on your loss of Mary Ann. We are very sorry that we were unable to attend the services on Saturday due a longstanding family commitment. Upon learning of Mary Ann’s death we notified Amy in Florida and she immediately remembered the wonderful days during the summer she spent with Frank,Irene and Mary Ann at camp. I know how special a person she was to her Uncle Frank and to all who knew her.

  5. So sorry to hear of MaryAnn’s passing. She was a fine person indeed. Working at Bassett as well she was the go to person for assistance with issues. She knew everything We also rode the bus to and from work and covered a lot of the world’s issues. She was fun, loved her laugh and smile. She loved her family dearly. May you always remember the good times and fond memories. God’s comfort and blessings to you all.

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