Larkin Mortuary

Vonza Stowe Case Sleeter

04/30/1928 - 09/09/2017

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Vonza Stowe Case Sleeter passed away on September 9, 2017. She is survived by Ron Case, Mike Sleeter, Linda Case Trail, Janet Case Smith, 11 Grandchildren, and 23 Great Grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday, Sept 14th at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah, at 2pm, with a viewing 1 hour prior. Interment at Larkin Sunset Gardens. Rest in peace mother.

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  • To all the family,
    I am so sad by the loss of this lovely lady. I myself spent many endless hours with her and my cousins throughout my life. A ton of memories will always be remembered. She was the only sister my mother had, and we all loved her dearly.. She will be remembered forever in my mind, heart and soul..Rest in peace Aunt Von.
    All my love,
    Terrill

    — Terrill Hope
  • Aunt Vonza was a loving constant in my life. She was there when I played as a child. There when my children were blessed. There when I was caring for daddy at the end of his life. Lunch and puzzles with her will always be a most cherished memory for me. Her voice was a gentle croon of (hello love, and how are you darlin’) I can see my daddy coming to her and saying ( it’s time to come home wicktypier, mama has waited long enough). That was his pet name for her wicktypier. He’ll be so happy to have her there and she and her girl friend can walk barefoot through the stream and talk of love and the amazing things they’ve seen and done.

    — Barbra Lee
  • Vonza was the sweetest woman who ever lived. When we first met I’m pretty sure she thought I was a spoiled little girl. I was, but her generous nature allowed us to learn to love one another. She knew no strangers. Everyone was welcome into her home with a hug and a plate of food. She patiently watched as a front yard of little girls made mud pies in her flower bed wrecking her hard work. There was never any animosity in her. I will miss her dearly and look forward to see her on the other side.

    — Betty Stowe