Born On: January 15, 1935

Passed On: February 11, 2019

Elaine A. Kiogima

Elaine Anne Kiogima, age 84 was born on January 15, 1935 and passed away at home on February 11, 2019. Elaine is survived by her husband of 66 years, Charles Kiogima; children, Mary Kiogima, Cindy Kiogima, Scott Kiogima, Pam (Pat) Kelly; grandchildren, Jason (Heather) Ring, April (Brett) Parker, Lisa Landarce, Kaylee (Travis) King, Rachel Kiogima, Shauna Kiogima, Corey Kelly; great-grandchildren, Kelsey Ring, Ethan Ring, Draven Trogden, Lucie Parker, Mavis Taylor, Baby Boy King; sisters, Louise Vermilyea, Pat (Albert) Wiegand; sisters-in-law, Jackie Vermilyea, Elizabeth Kiogima, Marian Sedlak. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, and a great-grandson, baby boy Parker.

Elaine was retired from Orchard View Schools. Elaine filled her life with family and friends. With family she enjoyed traveling, picnicing, celebrating holidays, and birthdays, playing cards, watching grand and great-grandchildren play sports. With friends she enjoyed monthly get togethers, attending activities with her senior group and celebrating birthdays.

Elaine attended Olivet Evangelical Free Church, 2175 Marquette Ave. in Muskegon where a Celebration of Life Service will be held on Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Craig Cramblet officiating. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to DeVos Children’s Hospital or Olivet Evangelical Free Church General Fund.

Arrangements by Shoreline Memorial Services of Muskegon (231)-722-5050

Memorial Service Information


Olivet Evangelical Free Church - Marquette Campus
2175 Marquette Ave.
Muskegon, Michigan 49442

Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM

3 thoughts on “Elaine A. Kiogima

  1. Margaret Ann Kiogima

    to my uncle Chuck and my two sisters Mary and Cindy
    so sorry for the lost of My Aunt Elaine you have my condolences. Margaret Ann Kiogima

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  2. Lori Campbell and son Paul

    I grew up across the street from the Kiogima family. Elaine was often kind to me and included me in many family outings to Wolf Lake and picnics. She handed out ice cream to neighborhood kids. She was one of those stay at home Moms you could count on and don’t see anymore. I remember her taking me to a doctor office for a tetanus shot and I went with her girls for the polio vaccine. So many good memories! She was a kind and giving woman, a neighborhood Mom. She will be greatly missed. My prayers for the family. Your mother is with her Savior and smiling down on you.

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