Margaret Ann Vervynckt
May 4, 1941 – September 10, 2020
Margaret Ann Vervynckt, age 79, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on Thursday, September 10, 2020. Margaret was born May 4, 1941 in South Bend, Indiana to the late Alene (Aller) Auer and Orville Auer. She was a real estate agent and restaurant owner. She also served her community as a bus driver for the North Newton School Corporation and as township trustee in Lincoln Township.
Margaret is survived by her husband of 56 years, Larry Vervynckt; sons, Larry Vervynckt (Trish) and Dennis Vervynckt (Tammy); brother, John Auer; grandchildren, Conner Vervynckt (Shannon), Bailee Vervynckt, and Cory Vervynckt; and great grandchildren, Adaline Vervynckt and Bennett Vervynckt.
The family will honor her final wishes to celebrate her life as a family in Alaska.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.familyfuneralcareindy.com for the Vervynckt family.
- Orville Auer, Father (deceased)
- Alene (Aller) Auer, Mother (deceased)
- Larry Vervynckt, Husband
- Larry Vervynckt (Trish), Son
- Dennis Vervynckt (Tammy), Son
- John Auer, Brother
- Conner Vervynckt (Shannon), Grandchild
- Bailee Vervynckt, Grandchild
- Cory Vervynckt, Grandchild
- Adaline Vervynckt, Great Grandchild
- Bennett Vervynckt, Great Grandchild
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Margaret Ann Vervynckt
September 15, 2020
I was so saddened to see this and want to express my sincerest sympathy to the entire Vervynckt family, as you were a part of our family. Marge will be dearly missed. I have very fond memories of her and your family (the store, asparagus, paper route, Lil' Augie's, etc.) and will continue to cherish those.
Love and prayers for you all!
September 14, 2020
To the family of the Veruynckt, she was a very great person to talk to. She always had a beautiful smile on her face. She will be missed but not forgotten in our hearts. RIP my angel.❤️👼🙏🙏
Dana (Presson) Kutz
September 13, 2020
So many wonderful memories of Marge, and nearly every one of them involves fits of laughter. She had an incredible way of making or finding a reason to smile and laugh. I know so many NN Spartans have great memories of her behind the wheel of getting us to and from school each day. She didn't take crap from anyone, but would the first to offer help to anyone who needed it. She was a great second set of eyes and ears for parents when it came to keeping kids from getting themselves into trouble or messes. Marge's heart of gold was obvious in all she did for her family, friends and entire community! Larry & Family are in my prayers, that God will comfort you at this terrible time of loss.