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Myra J. Stoner

14 septiembre , 19466 junio , 2019
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Myra Jean Stoner, age 72, of Temple Terrace went to rest with the Lord and her beloved husband "Bobby" on June 6, 2019. Myra was born on September 14, 1946 in St. Petersburg, Florida to the late Don Croson and Irene Huber. She was a graduate of Northeast high school in St. Pete, class of 1964. Following high school she married Robert W. Stoner in 1968. They were married for 48 years. Myra was a dedicated mother, devoted grandmother and loyal friend. Over the years worked for Sarasota Memorial Hospital and Florida Humanities Council. She is survived by her daughters, Allison E. Turbeville (Jeff), Penni Keen; grandchildren; Lauren Turbeville, Jenna Turbeville, Chris Keen, Caitlyn Keen; sister Barbara Winsor (Patrick); and extended family members. A Celebration of Life will begin 6:00 pm on June 11, 2019 at the Blount & Curry, Temple Terrace Chapel. Visitation will be one hour prior. Memorial donations may be made in Myra's honor to Tampa Cat Crusaders at TampaCrusaders.org.

Servicios

  • Gathering of Friends and Family martes, 11 junio , 2019
  • Celebration of Life Service martes, 11 junio , 2019

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Myra J. Stoner

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Vera Martin

8 junio , 2019

The four mousekeeters birthday luncheon in the good old days.
Pat, Theresa, Vera, and Myra.

Vera Martin

7 junio , 2019

We offer our deepest sympathy and love to all of you for the loss of Myra. We have been friends for so many years and have so many wonderful memories of times shared with Myra and with Bobby. Myra and I shared the same birthday and had so many birthday celebrations together. We were the four "mousketeer's" and one of our favorite spots was Lunch on Limoge in Dade City. (Myra, Pat, Theresa and Vera) We lived across the street from the Stoner's for eight years and we kept our friendship going as we moved to St. Pete, back to Tampa and then to Georgia. They came to see us everywhere we lived and we would meet once a year in Tampa for dinner and catch-up. Myra was a true friend and would always offer help when needed. Whether it was a stranger or friend, she wanted to help. I will treasure the time spent with Myra and Bobby. . May you find comfort in knowing so many people loved Myra and she left lasting impressions on so many people. Know that we are with you all in love and spirit. Vera & Jim

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