|Warren T. Vannice|
|Date Of Birth:||August 23, 1925|
|Date Of Death:||June 1, 2012|
|Service Date:||Visitation will be at Kibler-Brady-Ruestman Memorial Home in Bloomington from Noon-2 p.m. Saturday, June 9, 2012. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. Burial will follow at East Lawn Cemetery with Rev. Jim Smiley officiating. Military rites will be accorded by the Bloomington-Normal American Legion Honor Guard.|
Bloomington- Warren T. Vannice, 86,
of Bloomington, passed away at 4:41 a.m. on Friday, June 1, 2012 at
the Heritage Manor in Bloomington.
Visitation will be at
Kibler-Brady-Ruestman Memorial Home in Bloomington from Noon-2 p.m.
Saturday, June 9, 2012. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's
Association. Burial will follow at East Lawn Cemetery with Rev. Jim
Smiley officiating. Military rites will be accorded by the
Bloomington-Normal American Legion Honor Guard.
Warren was born on August 23, 1925
in Blue Hill, Nebraska to Ashbel W. and Jennie E. (Johns) Vannice.
He married Joyce F. Nix on June 1, 1952 in Bloomington.
Surviving is his wife, Joyce of
Bloomington; two daughters, Diane M. (Mark) Koth of Washington, IL;
Tami R. (Ray) Wey of Bloomington; one son, Jeffrey L. Vannice of
Houston, Texas; three grandchildren, Rebekah Cain of Maryland; John
Koth of Columbia, MO; Peter Koth of East Peoria.
He is preceded in death by his
parents, one sister and one brother.
He graduated from Bloomington High
School in 1943 and from the University of Illinois in 1960.
He was a Army Veteran of WW II
serving in the Army Engineer Supply Company, and was a
entertainment director on a troopship.
He began his working career at the
Eureka Company Portable Elevator Manufacturing Company, and later
at General Electric Company. He later worked as a accountant with
the Alexander Grant Public Accounting Firm of Bloomington, and then
worked for 23 years with Country Companies, where he retired. He
also worked part-time at and played tennis at the Evergreen Racquet
He was a member of the Eastview
Christian Church, where he was active in the Spirit Lifters
Online condolences may be sent to
the family at kiblerbradyruestman.com.