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Maureen Theresa (Vennemann) Vedder , 61, of Noblesville, passed away on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 at her home. She was born on July 17, 1960 to P. Joseph and Ruth (Koning) Vennemann in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Maureen (Renee to her friends) graduated from Chatard High School. After graduation, she worked as a teller/secretary at Indiana National Bank. After she had Meredith, she ran an in home day care. This gave her more time to spend with her kids. She later went to work for Bob Kinder & Son, Inc. in Indianapolis, IN with her best friend, Sue. She worked there for 11 years. Maureen and Steve started their own adjusting company in Noblesville, IN in December of 2018.
She married Steven Vedder on October 6, 1984. They had three children.
She is survived by her husband, Steven Vedder and their three children, Jason (Amanda) Vedder, Kathleen (Patrick) Miller and Meredith Vedder; her mother, Ruth A. (Koenig) Vennemann; brothers, Joseph Vennemann and Michael (Mary) Vennemann; and sisters, Patricia Vennemann and Mary Beth Vennemann.
Maureen was proceeded in death by her father, P. Joseph Vennemann and her brother, Paul Vennemann.
She had five nephews that made her very proud, Jack Vennemann (godson), Andrew Vennemann, Mathew Vennemann, Brian Vennemann and Samuel Fields (godson).
She had five grandchildren that were her whole world, Nathaniel Vedder, Zach Vedder, Olivia Vedder, Charlotte Miller and Walter Miller.
She was always one to organize or plan a get together and would go out of her way to help anyone that needed help, no matter what. She had a great sense of humor and always had a way of making people laugh. She made no apologies for whom she was and everybody loved her for it. Her family was her life. She was always giving and never expected anything in return. Her family and everyone who was lucky enough to have her in their lives will sorely miss her.
There will be a small family service with immediate family. We will have a celebration of life later for all those who loved her and who she loved.
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