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Gisa A Vinnedge
March 20, 1943 ~ October 10, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Gisa A. Vinnedge, age 80 of Amboy, IL passed on October 10, 2023 in Serenity Hospice & Home, Oregon, IL. Gisa was born on March 20, 1943 in Bad-Oeynhausen Germany, the daughter of Fritz Meyer and Lore Meyer Bogdanovich. She Moved to United States in 1952.
Children: Dave (Kim) Vinnedge- Forreston IL. Chuck (Farah) Vinnedge Woodbridge Va. Vickie (Bill) Gerdes Amboy IL; Grand Children: Justin, Jared, Rebecca, Dalton, Eli, Garrett, Mayson, Alyssa, Lauren, Nathan, Elizabeth, Andrew, Rachel, Aaron; she also had many great grandchildren.
Gisa loved spending time with her family and all her extended friends and family dearly.
Gisa’s favorite TV pastime was watching tennis! She loved jokes, funny cards, and playing Euchre. In her early days she did synchronized swimming, loved horseback riding, and the beach. She was also a great bowler.
Gisa always had a punch line ready. She was an only child, a very stubborn German, and lived her life to the fullest. Everyone who knew her truly loved her. She had a love for garage sales and found the perfect treasures for everyone! Literally!
She was preceded in death by both her parents; bonus daughter: Laurie Vinnedge Teadt; daughter: Kristina Lynn Vinnedge; and a grandson: Jacob Vinnedge.
A graveside service will be held at the Byron City Cemetery on 10/21/23 at 10am following with a Celebration of Life at the Mt Morris Moose Club, 101 Moose Drive, Mt. Morris Illinois 61054 with Pastor John Kalebaugh officiating from 11-4pm with lunch provided.
In Lieu of flowers Gisa would like donations to go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association or the Autism Awareness Association.