Anne G. Vonick, peacefully passed away at the age of 89 on November 17, 2016 at her home at Sumter Place in The Villages, FL surrounded by her loving family. The daughter of John and Mary Edna Traynor, Anne grew up in Forest Hills, NY.
She resided in Crestwood then Scarsdale NY, spending summers with her family at Candlewood Knolls in New Fairfield, CT, before moving to Boynton Beach and then The Villages.
Anne was a loving mother, caring identical twin, and adoring grandmother. She will always be remembered by her beautiful smile, intellect, and gracious manner. Anne loved learning, reading, playing bridge, and attending to her family. Anne’s strong faith in God guided her throughout her life.
She graduated from the College of New Rochelle in NY with a BA in Speech in 1949.
While raising five children and working full time, she also achieved three masters degrees: Language Development from Hunter College, Early Childhood Education from Fordham University, and Gerontology from the College of New Rochelle.
During her career she taught at the pre-K, elementary and college level. As a college professor, she taught both General and Child Psychology and was the Director of the Child Study Center at the College of New Rochelle for 17 years.
Anne is survived by her five children, Robert Vonick, Lolly Glennan, Anne Vonick, Jim Vonick and Beth LaCour, their spouses, Carole Schwartz, Don Glennan, Patty Vonick, Steve LaCour, her twin sister, Olive Marcinkowski, and nine grandchildren. Her grandson Luke LaCour preceded her in death.
A mass will be held for Anne on Friday, November 25, 2016 at 11 am at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church in Wildwood, Florida.