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Carol Vincek

Carol Vincek

Thursday, January 6th, 1938 - Monday, March 16th, 2020
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Carol Diana Vincek, 82 passed away in St. Joseph Michigan after a valiant battle with cancer. She was born in South Bend, Indiana and later moved to SW Michigan to raise her family on a small farm outside of Baroda. She later moved to Stevensville and resided there until her passing.

She leaves behind her family including two brothers Conrad (Bonnie) Strykul and David Strykul, six children, Robin (deceased) and Valerie Vincek, Michael and Rebecque (Vincek) Plante, Steven and Stacey (Vincek) Meyer, Vincent and Vicki Vincek, Michael and Christine (Vincek) Davis, and Joshua Vincek. She also leaves behind 13 grandchildren, Brittany Mesman (Vincek), Mariah Nauta (Vincek), Colton Plante, Mason Plante, Dustin Meyer, Chelsey, Meyer, Levi Meyer, Michael Davis Jr., Olivia Davis, Kyle Vincek, Hunter Vincek, Grace Vincek and Skyler Vincek. Carol also left behind seven great grandchildren, Caleb Mesman, Dean Mesman, Barrett Nauta, Joelan Coyer, Bryson Coyer, Jaxton Coyer, Audrey Davis and Archer Vincek.

Carol was a devout Christian and a member of the First Church of God in St. Joseph, where she loved singing in the choir. She was also proud of her six children and was an avid golfer and gardener and loved being outdoors especially gardening at her home and walking along Lake Michigan.

She was preceded in death by her son Robin Vincek

A memorial service will be planned for later in the Spring to celebrate her life. Those wishing to share a memory of Carol online may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com
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Lori Sukupchak

Posted at 04:26pm
I am so sorry to hear about Carol. She was such a sweet lady. I knew her through golf and I was fortunate enough to have a few dinners with her. I loved her energy and spirit. She was a blessing to many!
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Mandy Neumeyer

Posted at 01:28am
My deepest sympathies to Carol’s family. I was her golf partner for a few years in St. Joe while I lived there. We had such a fun time together! I loved her strong faith in Christ, energy, kindness, classiness, mentoring, and the love she always shared for her family. I am saddened to just hear this news. She was a great role model, and especially, a wonderful friend that I will truly miss. ~Mandy Neumeyer
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Sheri Welche

Posted at 10:40am
My deepest sympathy. I knew Carol through bible study. We shared our love of horses. My condolences to her family...especially her daughter/Chris and granddaughter/Olivia. My prayers are with you.
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Pat Spear

Posted at 06:19pm
Carol was such a beautiful classy woman who loved the Lord and her family. She was a woman of strong faith, and I know she is at rest in His arms.
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Cindy Jakeway

Posted at 05:18pm
Carol was a lovely woman, caring and full of life. I’m so happy I got to know her from being in our church choir. She was a joy to be around. I will miss her so much. Her entire family are in my thoughts and prayers. From Cindy Jakeway
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