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Mary Ann Van Roekel

Dochter van Hendrik (Henry) van Roekel en Johanna Maria (Ann) Eernisse, geboren 19-10-1929 USA SD Timber Lake, overleden 29-6-2020 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven Corsica Graceland Cemetery

Trouwt 20-5-1952 Eugene Donald Van Zee, geboren 17-5-1932 USA SD Douglas Co, overleden 23-7-2000 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven bij zijn vrouw


  1. Daniel Gene Van Zee, geboren 19-6-1953 USA SD Sioux Falls, overleden 28-12-1958 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven Corsica Graceland Cemetery
  2. Wanda Kay Van Zee, geboren 16-8-1955 USA SD Sioux Falls, overleden 5-10-1955 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven Corsica Graceland Cemetery
  3. Diane Fae Van Zee, geboren 27-3-1958
  4. Lisa Jean Van Zee, geboren 22-2-1972


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Obituary of Mary Ann
Mary Ann (Van Roekel) Van Zee was born October 18, 1929, in Timber Lake, South Dakota to Henry and Johanna (Eernise) Van Roekel. As a child, she moved with her family to Corsica, South Dakota where she received her education.

On May 20, 1952, she was married to Eugene Van Zee. They made their home in Corsica until moving to Sioux Falls in 1971. Mary Ann was a long-standing member of First Reformed Church where she enjoyed Circle, Sunday School, and Senior Fellowship. She enjoyed volunteering at the senior center and having coffee and rolls with the ladies there. She enjoyed crafting and quilting as hobbies. Her true passion were her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She spent many days rocking and caring for her grand and great grandchildren. They were the light of her life.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Eugene; two children, Daniel and Wanda; parents; two sisters; and three brothers.

She is survived by her two daughters, Diane (Dan) Wynthein and Lisa (Brian) Cox; six grandchildren, Danielle (Craig) Rowland, Dawn Wynthein, Dylan (Kaylie) Wynthein, Kyle Cox, Kayla (fiancÚ Allen Flaskey) Cox, and Carson Cox; three great granddaughters, Lily Witte, Sydney Viereck, and Lucy Rowland all of Sioux Falls; and two brothers, Willis (Goldie) Van Roekel of Corsica and Harold (Marion) Van Roekel of Tennessee.

- George Boom Funeral Home

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