Edith Aline Vlack

December 05, 1928 ‒ April 13, 2020

Sunbury, Ohio

Edith Aline Vlack, age 91, of Mt. Vernon, OH, died peacefully on Monday, April 13, 2020 at the Inn at Walnut Trail.

Born December 5, 1928 in France to the late Frederick and Suzanne Roser.

Edith enjoyed cooking and baking, attending festivals and flea markets, adored her many pets and was known for her flowers and gardens.  She was most proud of becoming an American Citizen and loved spending time with her children, grand-children and great-grand-children.

Edith was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, James L. Vlack; brother, George Roser; sister, Muguette Roser Notz.

She is survived by devoted children, James F. Vlack of Dorset, OH, Suzanne and Michael Holt of Mt. Vernon and Yvette and Andy Stanford of Arkansas; sister, Yvette Roser of Dayton; grandchildren, Jimmy Chambers, Veronica (Matt Shoaff) Vlack, Victoria (Nick White) Holt, Amelia (Tyler) Harmon, Alyssa Holt; great-grand-children, Wyatt and Harper.

A private family interment to take place at Dayton National Cemetery.  A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date.

Contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Disease Association in Edith’s memory.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Vlack family.  Please leave a memory or condolence for the family on this website.

  • Suzanne and family
    So sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of your mom growing up.
    She was so special and sweet.
    Penny (Slater) Mattern

    • Thank you so much Penny. She always asked about you. She knew we were great childhood friends.

  • Suzanne, Mike, and family,
    So sorry for your loss. Memories are your treasures. Thinking of you all.
    Connie, Jim, Jordan, and Ronnie

  • Still remember her and Kenneth always teasing each other. She would say “go ahead” and with her accent he would always say “ don’t call me a gourd head”. It was continuing banter between them. She would laugh about it all the time. I remember she was the first person who ever gave me real butter. I was so excited since Mom never bought butter. Too many memories. What a beautiful life. She was Debi’s godmother and so good to her and always remember her every holiday and birthday.

    • Thank you so much for the wonderful memories. She loved all of you dearly. Much love Aunt Joanne

  • I feel the loss of your mother deep inside my heart. She was your Mom and she was my Auntie, and one of the best Auntie’s someone could have. Auntie Edie will always be a part of me. A cup of coffee and dunking the cinnamon sugar coated toast is the best. We must teach our kids that too. I do think of you all often. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.