Donna Vancura (1948 - 2019)

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Donna Diane Vancura, 71 of LaCygne, KS - formerly of Overland Park, KS passed away January 10, 2019 surrounded by her family. She was a beloved Wife, Mother and Grandmother and will be greatly missed by all.

Donna was born in Odessa, Washington to Stanley F Weishaar and Barbara L Walker on January 3, 1948, where she attended Glasgow High School before living the majority of her life in the Mid-West.

Donna worked and excelled as a Project Manager/Supervisor for the Sprint Corporation for 39 years until her retirement in 2017. Donna was a woman of great faith, enjoyed reading, studying the Bible, and learning to live by the teachings of Jesus Christ. She was an avid fly fisher and outdoors woman. She also loved tending her garden and caring for wild hummingbirds and had an affinity for baking and making delicious culinary creations from foods grown in her garden, such as her famous zucchini bread, and her savory spaghetti sauce. In recent years, she enjoyed traveling with Brad and spending time with her family.

She is survived by her husband of (18) years Bradley R Vancura of LaCygne, KS; her children from a previous marriage and their (spouses), her daughters, Rita (Scott) Still of Lawrence, KS, and Joy (Scott) Wegs of Wheat Ridge, CO; her son Rod Mesner, of Colorado Springs, CO; her step-son, Ryan (Brindley) Vancura MD, of Georgetown, TX; her step daughter, Courtney (William) Thomas of Olathe, KS; also (11) grandchildren and (2) great-grandchildren. Her Stepmother Barbara Weishaar, Her sister Penny (Tom) McCormack of Rio Visa, California, brothers Doug (Dee) Toland and Guy (Peggy) Weishaar of La Grande, sister-in-law Debra Weishaar, and other relatives

Donna is preceded in death by her mother, Barbara L Moore, her father, Stanley F Weishaar, and her brother Steve Weishaar.

A Celebration of Life Ceremony is planned for March 10, 2019 at the Hampton Inn, 12801 South Strang Line Road, Olathe, KS 66062
Published in Lawrence Journal-World from Jan. 27 to Feb. 5, 2019
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