Vanetta Nadean Jerome
Vanetta Nadean Bunch, Corethers, Taylor, Jerome passed away November 7, 2018. She was born June 20, 1927. She was the daughter of Clarence and Rose (Foster) Bunch.
She lived and went to school in Sullivan County until she married John Corethers, then lived in Kansas City, Mo, and Williamsburg, Iowa, then back to Missouri where she lived most of her life.
She is survived by: three children, Donna Davis of Kirksville, Clarence A. Corethers of Trenton, and Robert H. Taylor of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho; one sister, Imogene R. Tipton-Knell of Springfield, Missouri; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by: Her parents; her husbands; one son, Virgil Taylor II; brothers, Elwood Bunch and Erwin A. Bunch; sisters, Addelina P. Evans, Wanetta (Schilb) Nelson, Rosalea F. Linhart, Mary Gearhart, Viola Cooper, and Leona F. Rouse.
At a young age, Vanetta worked at Katz Drug in Kansas City, a nurse at Laughlin Hospital for sixteen years, a secretary at KCOM for five years. After retirement was in rentals for 20 years. Vanetta then just enjoyed life, Loved the Lord and her Church of God family, Bowling, and playing cards. She was secretary of many bowling leagues, in the Hall of Fame and won 1st place in the state tournament in 1997 and a trip to Reno was the high light of her bowling career.
A private burial was handled by Ruschmeier Funeral Home in Green City, Missouri. Memorial contributions are suggested to Mt. Olivet Cemetery.