RANDOLPH — Vincent Francis Meyer, 75, Randolph, died July 6, 2018, at Faith Regional Health Services, Norfolk.
Memorial Services will be 10:30 a.m., July 11, at St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church, Randolph, with Rev. Father Timothy Forget officiating.
Inurnment at St. Frances Catholic Cemetery, Randolph, with Military Rites by Alvin Kessler V.F.W. Post #5545 and American Legion Post #113, Randolph.
Honorary pallbearers will be Kevin Meyer and Gannon Meyer.
Memorial Visitation and a rosary by Catholic Order of Foresters Rosary was July 10 at Johnson Funeral Home, Randolph
Vince was born Feb. 8, 1943, at Randolph, to John Henry, Sr. and Viola (Colling) Meyer. He attended and graduated in the Class of 1961 from St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic High School, Randolph. He entered the United States Army Nov. 21, 1962, and served for 10 months in Germany, he was honorably discharged Aug. 24, 1964.
Vince married LaVonne “Vonnie” Jean Eddie May 31, 1965, at St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church, Randolph. The couple made their home on a farm near Randolph, where they farmed for 35 years. Vince was a charter bus driver for Arrow Stage Lines, Norfolk, for 11 and one half years.
He was a member of St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church, Randolph, and the Catholic Order of Foresters.
Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Vonnie Meyer; three sons, Kirby and Jennifer Meyer, Bellevue, Wash.; Jamie Meyer, Phoenix, Ariz.; Ryan and Lauren Meyer, Seattle, Wash.; two grandchildren, Kevin Meyer and Gannon Meyer, Seattle, Wash.; two sisters, Norma Stueckrath, Randolph, and Dolores Sattler, Boise, Idaho; one brother, Edward and Lou Meyer, Scottsdale, Ariz.; four sisters-in-law, Sherry Meyer, Randolph; Marlene Dahlkoetter, Carroll; Nyla Eddiem Carroll; and Marge (Meyer) and husband, Delos Schock, Blue Earth, Minn.
Vince is preceded in death by his parents; son, Kevin Meyer, in 1977; step mother, Frances Meyer; three brothers, Elmer; John Jr. and his wife, Dorothy; and Earl; one sister, Shirley and Vincent Schmit; and three brothers-in-law, Willis “Butch” Stueckrath, Delmar Eddie and Frank Sattler.