Obituaries

LouAnn VanName

March 10, 1953 - March 12, 2019

Age 66, of Gainesville, NY, passed away on March 12, 2019 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was born March 10, 1953 in Warsaw, daughter of the late Alvis and Velma Buckley O?Connor. LouAnn was employed for many years as a nurse?s aide at the former Manor Oak Skilled Nursing Facility in Warsaw and then at the Houghton Nursing Home. She was dedicated to her family and loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Surviving are her husband of thirty-six years, Gary VanName whom she married on January 15, 1983; her children, Brianna (Darrell) Stone of Gainesville, Donald (Shannda) Learn of Shinglehouse, Penn., Edward Learn of Avoca, Michael (Heather Washburn) VanName of Gainesville; stepdaughters, Kelly (Kevin) Armison of Castile, Angela (Kevin Dunne) VanName of Gainesville, Fla.; grandchildren, Zachary (Brianna Wagner), Maddie, Lauren, Connor, Alexis, Ariel, Julian (Grandma?s best couch buddy), Jacob; step grandchildren, Kylie, Makayla, Karissa, Kirsten, Dallas, Sierra, Riley; her siblings, Sandra (Jim) Langley, Christine (David) Emke, Lori Christ, Alvis (Tammy) O?Connor, Robert O?Connor. She was the sister of the late Rose Demrose and Harold O?Connor.

Friends and family may call Saturday, March 16 from 1 ? 2 PM at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw. Services will be private.

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Jul 13.19 from Tim Wilcox:

Brianna & Darrell … My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Jul 13.19 from Leigh Case:

So sorry to hear of LouAnns passing. I worked with her at Manor Oak for many years. She always made the work day fly by.  Thinking of you all.

Jul 13.19 from Tom Breslin:

Gary and Family:  Very sad to hear of your loss and hope the love of family will help at this time.  Our prayers are with you.

Jul 13.19 from Jeffrey Reynolds:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family rest in peace louann

Jul 13.19 from Candi Snyder:

Many fond memories growing up with LouAnn.  She was like another sister to all of us.  Thoughts and prayers for all of you at this difficult time.

Jul 13.19 from Barry & Sharon True:

Dear Brianna and family,  Our hearts goes out to all you.  So many people were blessed to have this wonderful lady in their lives and now will live in many hearts. Her legacy will be long felt through all you.  We know its hard to think about celebrating her life but she touched so many people and would want everyone to remember her in all happy moments. Our thoughts and prayers are with all you.

Jul 13.19 from Ann Bookmiller:

Gary and family so sorry to hear about Lou. Thoughts and prayers coming your way. ????Bookie

Jul 13.19 from Edna Mayer:

So sorry to hear about Lou. We were so close growing up it’s like losing another sister. At least she’s with her mom and dad .My love and prayers with the rest of you.

Jul 13.19 from Tina Hallock:

My prayers go out to the whole family and there just are no words.  LouAnn will be missed my so many.

Jul 13.19 from Shirley Sherwood:

So sorry for your loss.  Luanne will be missed by many.  Alwayed injoyed her company.  So sorry.  Hugs.

Jul 13.19 from Janet and Steve Potter and family:

Just found out Sunday that LouAnn passed away. We all have very fond memories of her and your family. She was the first person to ever cut Brynn’s fingernails when she was a new baby. Brandon enjoyed many times with Donny and Eddie and really liked LouAnn. Janet remembers growing up in Pike and spending lots of time at Alvis and Velma’s house with all of you. Sandy I’m sorry I haven’t gotten to see you in a long time. We are thinking of all of you at this time. Gary, she really loved you. She used to talk about all the wonderful meals you had together. Let us know if there’s anything we can do or if you want to talk. Stop by anytime. Our prayers, sympathy and love are with all of you.


Sincerely,
Janet, Steve, Brandon, and Brynn

Jul 13.19 from Bruce & Carolyn Van Slyke:

Smincere Sympathy