Verna Neeley Grove
6 octubre , 1921 – 17 julio , 2021
Verna Neeley Grove, age 99, of Okeechobee, Florida passed away on Saturday, July 17, 2021. Verna was born October 6, 1921.
A graveside for Verna will be held Friday, July 23, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation, and Event Center, 6411 Parker Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33405.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Quattlebaum-FH.com for the Grove family.
Verna Neeley Grove, 99 Okeechobee, FL.
Verna Neeley Grove passed away Saturday, July 17, 2021 at Okeechobee Healthcare Facility.
Verna was born in Charleston, West Virginia on Oct. 6, 1921 to the late Dell Neeley and Virgie Ellen (Torman) Neeley.
She spent the majority of her life raising her 2 children and being a caregiver and Assistant bookkeeper. She had an undying love for all animals and the word of God.
Verna is preceded in death by her husband P.K. (Percy) Grove, her parents Dell and Virgie Neeley, Brothers Ivan Neeley, Sidney Neeley, Delbert Neeley, Frank Neeley. Sisters Iva (Kitty) Neeley Kenneway, Margaret Neeley Flowers, Doris Neeley Pauley, Deloris Neeley Hudson. Niece Pam Stover, Nephews Ricky Hogan, Donnie Hogan, Buddy Hogan.
She is survived by her children, a son Bruce Grove, Live Oak, FL, daughter Ellen Weigard, Flint, Michigan. and several grandchildren. Nieces Sharon (Bill) McMillian, Okeechobee, FL., Frances Cooper, Warner Robins, Ga., Teresa (Louie) Burge, Woodland, AL., Eva (John) Roberts, Roopville, Ga., and numerous great nieces and nephews.
As per Verna's wishes there will be a private burial Friday,July 23, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. She will be laid to rest next to her husband Percy at Hillcrest Memorial Park with arrangements handled by Quattlebaum Funeral Center. 6411 Parker Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33405
viernes, 23 julio , 2021
Verna Neeley Grove
31 julio , 2021
My mother, Sonia Donnell, was a stay-at-home mom, lonely and strolling me around the sparsely inhabited neighborhood on Manalapan Island 65 years ago when she met Verna Grove. We called her Aunt Verna and our families became friends. The friendship with Verna was a true life saver in battling that loneliness. Uncle Percy had a jeep that I took an exciting but rough ride together with Bruce. My sister, Gisèle, played with Ellen, and over the years I have heard my mother make many references to the kindness of Verna and the importance of their friendship. I send my love, gratitude, and a hug to Bruce and Ellen at this hard time. With many a fond remembrance, Mark Donnell