Veronica "Ronnie" Lynn Stewart
May 1, 1979 - November 12, 2021
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301 Chester PIke
Norwood, PA 19074
610-532-3120 | Map
Thursday 11/18, 7:00 pm

Veronica “Ronnie” Stewart suddenly passed away on November 12, 2021 at the age of 42.  She was a resident of White Haven, PA formerly of Folcroft, PA.   Loving daughter of Douglas (deceased) and Rande Stewart. Devoted mother to son Christopher, the light of her life! Dear sister of Doug (Marianne) Stewart, Dori (Robert) Dunlap…

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Margaret Catalanotte left a message on November 23, 2021:
My heart is broken for Christopher and the rest of the family. I had the pleasure of working closely with Ronnie and she was truly the best part of everyday! Always smiling joking laughing and willing to help anyone - an overall wonderful person inside and out. I remember the year she was able to buy Christopher his first car for Christmas. She was sooo excited and proud . Christopher please know your mother talked about you NON STOP and was over the moon proud of you. I am praying for you all during this time. 🙏🏻
Cheri Bates left a message on November 21, 2021:
I am so sorry to your entire family on losing Ronnie at such a young age. Your family was always so fun to hang around with! We always had fun with all of you in the Poconos!!! So many memories!!! But the last time we were in the Poconos 2017 when I had a broken ankle and couldn't put any weight on it and a big fat boot, Ronnie waited on me around the campfire! She was too funny! I told her my recipe for my Rum & Coke and 8 ice cubes. Well everyone cracked up about the 8 ice cubes. And she never let my cup go dry!
Carolyn Russo left a message on November 18, 2021:
My deepest sympathy to Ronnie’s entire family. She was a beautiful loving person and will be greatly missed.
Melissa M. Kovaleski left a message on November 18, 2021:
Ronnie, I miss you beyond measure. I always admired your kind heart and fun-loving spirit. Your beautiful smile brought so much laughter and joy. You were a devoted mother to your son Christopher. I know you loved him more than anything in this world. Christopher was the light of your life. Looking back now I wish we had more time. I will remember you fondly and speak your name often. God has you in His hands now, and I have you in my heart. Rest in peace dear friend.
Peggy Hale left a message on November 18, 2021:
My heart is so sad. From the blond haired little girl who was always smiling and laughing to the grown woman with the huge heart who was still always smiling and laughing and adored my grandbabies Ronnie will be forever missed and loved.
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Gina Suero Briscella left a message on November 17, 2021:
Mrs. Stewart, Christopher, Dori, Tina, Doug and Family, My sincere and deepest condolences to you all! Ronnie was a friend everyone was lucky to have in their life! I personally was blessed to have her friendship beginning when we were young children living on Carter Road where we had numerous sleepovers at my house or her house. We started our very first jobs together delivering newspapers door to door on our bikes, from there our friendship continued to blossom through elementary, middle, high school into young adulthood as neighbors living across the street from each other. The memories and special bond we shared I will cherish always!! One of my fondest memories with Ronnie was vacationing annually with the Stewart family at the Poconos. Sitting by the nightly campfires with our brown paper bags searching for snipes was the ABSOLUTE best! I remember Mr. Stewart walking the perimeter of the house with us telling us to chant here snipe, snipe, snipe, snipe. Instructing us to keep our bags open wide to help with catching that furry white creature. Although I never caught a snipe or saw one for myself it was fascinating to me as a young child that Mr. Stewart always seemed to catch one each year and the snipe would shake around in his bag until it got away without us getting the chance to see it. He did mange to show us a white hair that he would pull from the bag from time to time. As the years went on I continued to vacation with the Stewart’s and eventually found out that snipes were not real but BOY was it fun to continue this tradition with the younger generation in Ronnie’s family. To see their eyes light up the way ours did was truly amazing! I could go on and on about the amazing memories I have with Ronnie. I would like to share one more that I will always hold dear to my heart. It was our high school graduation day. Ronnie and I made a pack that we were not going to cry or be upset about graduating. In fact we were bragging about how lucky we were that we were finally graduating. Ronnie and I walked through the procession together took our seats next to each other and not 5 minutes into the ceremony I looked at Ronnie and she looked at me. We were both sobbing tears, hugging each other feeling all kinds of emotions! Ronnie was a loyal friend I could count on, someone who was there for me through thick and thin. A beautiful person who always had my back no matter the circumstance! She was a friend who made you smile just because she had that natural ability to put others before herself. Family was always the most important to Ronnie! I remember how much she adored her sisters and always wanted to make them proud! Her parents surely did an amazing job creating a family that loved and looked after each other! Her greatest accomplishment was the day Christopher was born. He was and always has been her main purpose and true love of her life! To the entire Stewart family! I am so sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with you all! May you Rest In Peace Ronnie! God has gained a beautiful Angel! You will be deeply missed! Love your friend always, Gina
Dan Wheaton left a message on November 16, 2021:
I had the pleasure of knowing Ronnie for 2 years. There was a light about her. Smart, willing to help out she was a joy to be around. She will be missed. My prayers go out to the family and I miss her already.
Mom left a message on November 16, 2021:
I miss you so much it hurts.God has other plans for you. Now you can be with Daddy.You will always be my little Fuzzball .Love you baby ❤️
Brande Cipolloni left a message on November 15, 2021:
You are all my family and I love you all and our prayers are with all of you at this time and especially Christopher, as among Ronnie's most amazing achievements, you were her greatest one! ****************** I am still in disbelief of this news but I will always remember you Ronnie and your contagious laugh and beautiful smile. I can still remember you being born and tagging along with all of us in the neighborhood, you couldn't be missed with that amazing white blond hair, you were the cutest little girl. Despite any struggles you ever faced, you never let on, you always put on your happy face and that is how I will remember you. God Bless you Ronnie - Rest in Peace.
Judith Price left a message on November 15, 2021:
My heart is very sad and hurts for this girl. I’ve known Ronnie long enough to know her heart was always in the right place when she was doing her nursing. Heaven needs Angels and they just gained a good one. Show them what you got to give when you get your wings. RIP Ronnie girl.l
Jennifer Diamond left a message on November 15, 2021:
Not one of my happy childhood memories are without Ronnie 💔! I will remember u everyday and miss u forever!! I love u Fuzz! I'll see u when u get there 🖤🖤 B.F.F.
Linda Wheaton left a message on November 15, 2021:
My heart goes out to Rande and her amazing, loving family. I've met Ronnie and she was very sweet and kind. I will mention all her family members in my prayers. Hold each other tight, you will get thru this together.
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