Mary Vada Monday GrossJune 22, 1939 - March 10, 2021
Posted on March 12, 2021 at 12:49 AM • 2 Comments
Mary “Vada” Monday Gross of Corbin, Kentucky, moved to her heavenly home on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Born on June 22, 1939, in Bonny Blue, Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Oscar and Minnie Monday. She was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Marvin Gross. She was a member of Liberty Baptist Church.
Vada loved reading her Bible every morning and read her precious Bible through several times. She was an expert quilter. She made cherished quilts for all members of her family. She took great joy in playing board games with her children and grandchildren. At Corbin Christian Health, she always had a jigsaw puzzle going for friends and family to help with as they dropped by to visit.
Vada is survived by her children: Ramona Davis (Jeff), Delaine Thomas (Brian), Stephen Gross (Vickie), and Marva Gambrel; her nine granddaughters: Andrea Robinson (Tyler), Karlee Taylor (Skyler), Hannah Thomas, Hope Thomas, Rebekah Thomas, Danielle Gross, Amber Williams (Marshall), Myranda Thomas, and Makayla Thomas; three great-grandchildren: Harrison and Ramsey Robinson and Nathaniel Taylor; one sister, Glenda Miracle (Troy); and several loved nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brothers: Charles Monday and Truman Monday; and sisters: Edith Hodge, Bernice Adkins, Charlotte McBee, and Iretta Churchill.
The visitation will be held at Hart Funeral Home in Corbin, Kentucky, on Saturday, March 13, from 12 – 2 P.M. Funeral services will take place at 2 P.M. with Bobby Joe Eaton and Darvin Wells officiating. Interment will be at Corinth Cemetery.
Alvin HodgePosted at 04:36h, 13 March
Ramona Delaine Steve and Marva I’m so sorry to hear about your mom I wish I could be there but I’m in the hospital. I loved your mom and dad so much.Your mom treated me like a little brother She would sit and rock me when I was little and cry holding my ears trying to ease my pain I had such bad ears she would hold hot water bottles on them We would sit and work puzzles when I had to stay inside out of the weather .When her and your dad started dating they’d take me.We went skating bowling I had so much fun with them swimming in the lake Vada would drop Papaw and me off up one of the mountain to hunt then come pick us up later I had a great time with your parents they were just perfect I really loved them and miss them.It breaks my heart that I can’t be there with you all You are in my heart and my prayers. God bless. Love you guys Alvin
Jerry LowriePosted at 12:14h, 14 March
Delaine and Ramona just want you to know that we grieve with you in the loss of your Mother. Heaven’s gain but your loss. Arvilla and I have been there and know something of what you are experiencing. But, time will help and God will show himself more than adequate NOW and in the future. Practice Proverbs 3:5-6 in these days.
Praying for you and ALL of your family.
Pastor Lowrie and Arvilla