July 15, 1969 ~ July 23, 2004
Veronica's beautiful spirit went to be with the Lord on July 23, 2004 as the result of a tragic motorcycle accident.
Veronica was a wonderful daughter and a loving mother. She was the daughter of Norman Dean, Sr., Karlynn Dean Walters and Lawrence L. Walters. She also leaves three daughters, Brittany, Jazmin and Monique and 2 brothers, Norman Jr. and Christopher.
Visitation will be held Tuesday, July 27th at 6:00pm at the Lewis Funeral Home, 811 S. W.W. White Rd. Services will be held Wednesday, July 28th at 11:00am from True Vision Baptist Church, located at 5814 Rittiman Plaza, San Antonio. Tx. Rev. Michael Steve Brown, officiating. Interment will take place at MeadowLawn Memorial Park, 5611 E. Houston St.
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I am truly sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers.
Hey Cousin, you know Im with you in spirit, as you are with me. Im only a phone call away, night or day. 314-869-8526. May God Hold you and keep you and your family. Love, Genie, Teri, Nicole, Jasmine, Justus, and Kamani
This unfortunate tragedy has very much so effected our family. Speaking as a member of this family, I for one am truly filled with sorrow and yet a kind of comfort. This comfort comes from knowing that my dear cousin has past away from this earth only to have journeyed into the greater depths of spiritual life we know as heaven. Thus we must live on only cherishing the good memories rather than the bad.
I realize that no amount of words can make up for your loss but I am honored to say that I am truly blessed to have known Veronica. She was that light you sought in the midst of the dark. No matter how grim the situation; she always sought the silver lining amongst the darkest clouds, the positive in all of the negative; she made you realize what was important in life and and sometimes I don’t even think she realized how much she was helping you, it ws just her nature; that’s what made her so special. She will be truly missed and myself and my family would like to express our deepest condolences. We love you all very much and you will always be in our prayers.
From your Family in Pennsylvania: It was only yesterday (7-28-04) that we learned of the tragic loss of Veronica. Our prayers and thoughts are with you, Karlyn and family. We hope that her loving memory will be with you forever. She was a loving daughter,mother and sister. Love Always, Sis,Smitty, Ledley & sons, Lynn & Marques, Tootie, Lauren, Mitch & Kira.
To the Family of Veronica,Karlyn I didn’t know your daughter but knowing you I still feel your loss. I know she had to be as wonderful as you because you were her mother and I know that you are a good and wonderful person. Know that I love you and I will be sending up special prayers for you entire family, that God may strengthen all of us. May God continue to Bless You and keep you strong. Love Ya!!! Sharon Slyde Houston, TX
Thinking of you in your time of sorrow. My Prayers are with you and family.
Karlyn, You and your family are in our prayer . (Uncle Robert’ daughter). Willa
I am deeply sorry for the loss of your beloved, Veronica. I didn’t know her but I know she was special and was appreciated, loved and will live on in your hearts forever. Camille Canady
Aunt Karlynn and Family, I am so sorry for your loss, Ronnie will always be remembered. Keep in mind that all of you are in prayer
Dear Karlynn and Lawrence, I am finding my job tougher these days because as I get older, I am burying my friends. Ronnie’s service and tribute was beautiful and you can see how many friends she had by the size of her service. I want to thank you for your friendship over the years and for letting me be a part of Ronnie’s tribute. It seems like just a short time ago, she was talking to Mary about working at the Bright Shawl. Also, thanks for being such a good and important friend to Sherrie. She thinks the world of you. Take care of yourselves and call me if you need anything. Very truly yours, Mary and Craig Cates Meadowlawn Park and Crematory