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Jean Stanonis

August 31, 1945November 16, 2020
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Jean Stanonis, 75, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 16, 2020, at the Sturgill Hospice House in Spring Hill, FL. She retired from Spring Hill Lock & Key, where she worked for 20 years, and is survived by her husband of 52 years, Tony, her daughters Susan and Christine, and grandsons, Edward, Cameron, and Sammy, whom she absolutely adored.

During her adult life, Jean participated in many activities, including ceramics, bowling, scrapbooking, and going to the Hard Rock Casino, to mention a few. Jean found joy in bossing Tony around while doing projects in the home they physically built together and lived in for 35 years. Opinionated and passionate in her conversations and particularly thrilled with the outcome of the recent presidential election, Jean was a gracious host for many holiday gatherings, always providing an overabundance of food, and loved keeping the family traditions alive. But most of all, Jean enjoyed being a mother to her two daughters Christine and Susan, and a grandmother to “her three boys” as she called them, Cameron, Edward and Sammy. Watching the boys grow up from babies into adults gave her great pleasure. She participated actively in their lives and wanted only the best for each of them. Jean will truly be missed by all who knew her.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Sturgill Hospice House https://Sturgill.givesmart.com

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Don Van Riper

November 26, 2020

This is the day I most remember over at Aunt Jeans for Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas where the family always spent the holidays together. memories also of our childhood days when aunt Jean worked at the Farmers Market in Long Island. She will be missed by everyone. RIP Aunt Jean.

Mary Rispoli-D'Amico

November 25, 2020

My cousin Jean was always a fun loving person.. I am a few years younger but she would graciously let me hang around, listen to records or go bowling with her and her brother Jerry. As we grew up and moved away we did not see each other as much. Luckily a few years ago we got together and had a great visit..the years melted away and we reminisced about our childhood....Miss you Jean..happy for my memories ...Sleep in Peace my dear cousin.

Christopher VanRiper

November 23, 2020

I have nothing but amazing memories. We are a close family. I remember when I was a little boy, Aunt Jean would pick us up and take us for rides in her white Ford galaxie500. We celebrated all holidays, birthdays etc. I hope the tradition continues. She will be missed but always in our hearts and on our minds.

Vi Van Riper

November 21, 2020

My sister Jean was kind, caring, strong willed, funny and giving. She was always there when you needed her. I will miss her forever. Until we meet again. I love you. Your sister, Vi.

John &. Valerie Cantwell

November 21, 2020

Tony,Susan,Christine, Edward,Cameron,and Sammy
Our deepest condolences. We will never forget our next door neighbor. Jean always talked about her loving family, and her wonderful spa day with her daughters! She loved “Thanksgiving “ and the family getting together. We have many memories we will never forget.

Sandi Poplin

November 20, 2020

Mama Stanonis what a wonderful, funny, and loving woman! I am honored to have shared some great moments with you! The unending love for your family is such a treasure and a beautiful thing to see. Your family loved you right back so very much! I loved watching the video and seeing you in the kitchen in so many of the pictures. To dad Stanonis, Susan, Christine, Edward, Cameron, and Sammy my heartfelt condolences to you all. Love and prayers. ❤️🙏🏻 Sandi

Susan Tucker

November 20, 2020

I will miss calling Mom daily on the way home from work, and I will miss watching her favorite tv shows with all the explosions with her instead of the things I wanted to watch, and I'll miss having to interpret her "swiped" texts where she didn't correct the words her Samsung chose...she'd say "oh, you knew what I meant," and I usually did. Thank you so much for everything...I love you, Mom!

Laura Day

November 20, 2020

We all shared many times together for various holidays and celebrations. Often I was fired when trying to assist with food preparations. Of course there were always too many desserts. I cannot imagine my life without Aunt Jean in it. Even when I was growing up she was always a part of my life. I will miss her more than I can say. We all have many memories to cherish. She was funny, strong willed, caring. May she rest in peace with no more suffering.

James Day

November 19, 2020

The holidays were always special when we would go to Aunt Jean & Uncle Tony house. The over abundance of food, the laughter in the house, and the voice of Aunt Jean telling me that I had been fired again from all kitchen duties, even though I was her "Favorite" . We will miss you Aunt Jean, but we will be together again.

Love always,
"Jimmy"

Kelly Beeker-Owens

November 18, 2020

This woman has touched my heart. I met her at her grandson Cameron and my son AJs football game. She was always at all the games we laughed and joked with her husband Tony and the stories she would tell me were so funny. She is definitely going to be missed my heart broke when I heard this news. Rest In Peace my condolences to Christine ,Cameron, Tony and family.

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