2010-11-27 / Obituaries

Roy E. Von Ins

Roy E. Von Ins, age 89, of Glenmoor Life Care Resort Community at World Golf Village formerly of Howard, passed away on November 16, 2010, at Glenmoor Health Center.

He was born in Baltimore, and was a graduate of The Ohio State University. He served his country in WWII as an officer in the U.S. Army, under General George Patton. He later graduated with honors from the School of Banking at Rutgers University. Roy began his career in banking with the Bank of Basil in Baltimore. He also served as president of Bank One (now J.P. Morgan) in Fremont and Marion, OH. Roy moved to Sebring, Florida in the early 1980’s and later lived in the Apple Valley community of Howard, Ohio, before relocating to St. Augustine in 2001. While in Ohio, he was a member of Mulberry Street United Methodist Church, and upon his move to St. Augustine, he attended Anastasia Baptist Church. He was also a member of Ohio State University Alumni President’s Club, Luther B. Turner Masonic Lodge #732 F&AM in Columbus, and VFW Post 3761 in Baltimore.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Jeanette Von Ins, in 2009; and his first wife, Dorothy Von Ins, in 1993.

He is survived by a son, James E. (Sherry) Von Ins, Sr. of Gladwin, MI; a daughter, Mary Von Ins of Hilliard; a brother, Paul Von Ins of St. Augustine; sisters, Lois Wiley and Leota Trimmer, both of Baltimore; two grandchildren, Jimmy (Amy) Von Ins and Candi Von Ins; and two great grandchildren, Brandon & Madison Von Ins, all of Columbus.

Funeral Service was November 22, 2010, at the Mulberry Street United Methodist Church in Mount Vernon, with Rev. Warren Outhwaite officiating. Burial followed in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens with military honors provided by the Knox County Joint Veterans Council.

Memorial Contributions may be made in Roy’s memory to: Mulberry Street United Methodist Church, 205 North Mulberry Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.

The Dilley-Lasater Funeral Home handled the funeral arrangements for the Roy Von Ins Family. To share a memory or send a condolence, please visit the funeral home web-site at www. dilleylasater.com

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