OBITUARY

Mrs. Veronica "Roni" C Bostic

December 28, 1958September 2, 2021
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Mrs. Veronica "Roni" C Bostic, age 62, of Bradenton, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 2, 2021. Roni was born December 28, 1958 in Bradenton, Florida to Eva Mae Coleman and the late Elder Abe John Coleman Sr.. She attended Palm View Elementary, Lincoln Memorial Middle School, Palmetto High School and Nova College.

Mrs. Bostic was a proud member of the future Business Leaders of America, and before her retirement she served locally as a registrar at Manatee High School.

During her free time she enjoyed tending her plants, traveling, stand up comedy shows, listening to music, watching movies with her family and reading her bible.

Mrs. Bostic is survived by her beloved husband, Hollis Bostic Sr., and their children Hollis L. Bostic Jr., Jasmine N. Bostic, Nathaniel J. Bostic (Rebecca). She is also survived by her mother Eva Mae Coleman and siblings Johnny Thomas, Forestine Dunbar (Roosevelt), Barbara Smith (Alfred) and Debbie Smith (Robert). Mrs. Bostic also leaves behind a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and many other devoted relatives and friends to forever cherish her memory.

She was preceded in death by her father Elder Abe John Coleman Sr., her sister Angeline Dunbar (Truman), and her brother Abe John Coleman Jr. (Queen).

A visitation for Mrs. Bostic will be held Wednesday, September 15, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Robert Toale and Sons Funeral Home at Manasota Memorial Park, 1221 53rd Ave East, Bradenton, FL 34203.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ManasotaMemorial.com for the Bostic family.

  • FAMILY

  • Hollis Bostic Sr., Husband
  • Elder Abe John Coleman Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Eva Mae Coleman, Mother
  • Johnny Thomas, Brother
  • Abe John Coleman Jr. (Queen), Brother (deceased)
  • Forestine Dunbar (Roosevelt), Sister
  • Angeline Dunbar (Truman), Sister
  • Barbara Smith (Alfred), Sister
  • Debbie Smith (Robert), Sister
  • Hollis L. Bostic Jr., Son
  • Jasmine N. Bostic, Daughter
  • Nathaniel J. Bostic (Rebecca), Son
  • Monsolle Bostic, Grandchild
  • Alana Bostic, Granddaughter
  • Nathaniel Bostic Jr., Grandchild
  • Abigal Bostic, Grandchild
  • Mrs. Bostic also leaves behind a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and many other devoted relatives and friends to forever cherish her memory.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Memories

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JESSICA Smith-Drummond

September 15, 2021

I just remember always tagging along with my aunt and cousins on trips and getting rides to the movies or skating rink. I remember those times being some of my favorite childhood memories. My hope and prayer is that as adults our children get to know their cousins,aunts, uncles etc. and have the same great memories to share

Karma Engel

September 14, 2021

Roni was such a wonderful friend and coworker. I admired her compassion, knowledge, work ethic and sense of humor. She had a heart of gold and worked tirelessly to help others. Her eyes would light up with love as she spoke of her family. I am deeply saddened by your loss and hope that you find comfort in the beautiful memories you share.

B Elswick

September 10, 2021

Roni's smile would brighten my morning. Thank you for that. My deepest sympathy to your family. May her family have peace and strength during this time.

Kempress Lowery

September 9, 2021

Mrs. Bostic was very kind and caring to me while at MHS. She always encouraged me to strive for excellence. I will never forget how she impacted my life. Thanks Mrs. Bostic, I will miss her dearly.

Daron Lowery

September 9, 2021

Sending condolences to the Bostic family. Mrs. Bostic was a great person. She will be missed.

Shirely Mitchell

September 8, 2021

My bestie, my sister, my co-worker. I am so honored that God allowed our path to cross. You taught me so much and I had so many laughs with you. I am sadden by the void you have left. I know that you are with God. You were an AWESOME mom, wife, and friend. I will always keep you close to my heart.

Carrie Woodley Strong

September 8, 2021

Many many Sundays at Adamsville Church and week ends at her parents house . And being in her wedding. Are family forever we will be.

Dana Foerster

September 7, 2021

Dear Hollis, I am so sad to learn of Veronica's passing. I have fond memories of working with her at JMS. She was always kind and helpful to us and the staff and students. Blessings to you and your family.
With my sincere condolences,
Dana Foerster

Judy Rikard

September 6, 2021

I am very sorry for your loss.
Sending my sympathy to you, Hollis, and your family.
Sincerely,
Judy Rikard

FROM THE FAMILY

She stole my heart an I put up no resistance!

Love ya, an will see again!

FROM THE FAMILY

She stole my heart an I put up no resistance!

Love ya, an will see again!

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Passionate Sunday school teacher with the little one's

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Hip posing at the park!

Biography

Veronica Bostic was born on December 28,1958 in Bradenton, Florida. She was fortunate to reared in a small town setting nestled in northwest manatee county and Terra Bay called Rubonia. She was raised by her mother, Eva Mae Coleman and her late father Abe John Coleman Sr. by whom she preceded in death.

Veronica received her promise of life eternal on September 2,2021 at Manatee Memorial Hospital. She is now resting in the presence of her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. One of her favorite songs is "Nobody Greater" and that is where she is right now, singing and praising God.

Veronica was a woman that loved the Lord with all her heart, and that love could only be remotely rivaled by the love she had for her children. She was a dedicated mother and supporter of husband and church, Washing Park Church of God In Christ.

Veronica gave her life to Jesus at an early age and with her husband, introduced their children to the Lord. She truly epitomize Proverbs 31 woman. Her worth and value truly exceeded that of rubies. She loved her family and there was nothing she would not do for them. With Love she went out of her way for 45 years to nurture and give a listing ear. She was a gift from God that just kept on giving.

From your husband my tribute to you: WHEN THERE ARE NO WORDS-- AND THERE'S NOTHING LEFT-- MY LOVE SINGS TO YOU.