Beach Memorial Chapel

301 Corey Ave, ST Pete Beach, FL


Veronique Noel Danforth

April 6, 1950June 19, 2020

Veronique Noel Danforth was born on April 6, 1950 and passed away on June 19, 2020 and is under the care of Beach Memorial Chapel.

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Veronique Noel Danforth

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Ted Strudwicke

July 1, 2020

I'm surprised and sorry to hear this news. Vero was an influential, forceful and amusing colleague. I'm deeply saddened to hear of her demise.
I respected her and held her in deep regard.
Ted Strudwicke

Lena Kolyada

June 30, 2020

Dear John and Nathan,
I still cannot accept the news that Vero has left us. Ida introduced us at Ida’s housewarming party back in 2008 and since then I have always been excited to spend time in Vero’s company. I will remember her as a burst of energy and a generator of funky and creative ideas and plans. Things were always happening and moving in her life! Vero had a huge warm and kind heart and cared a lot for people around. I will miss her greatly. My deepest condolences to you and the family.

Stanley Garnett

June 27, 2020

Gloria and I were so saddened by the completely unexpected loss of our friend and neighbor, Vero Danforth. Vero was an amazing person.

Ann Queen

June 27, 2020

Jon and Nathan--

Rick and I first met Vero and you when you both were working one Spring selling tickets for Beach Goes Pops. We could tell immediately that you two would be great additions to our beach community. We know this time will be difficult for you and Nathan and, as is the way for us Southerners, we will contact you soon about bringing some comfort food. Know that our hearts go out to you--
Ann Queen

Vivek Srivastava

June 27, 2020

Dear Jon and Nathan, I was very sorry to hear of Vero's passing. Vero was full of energy and love for life. She had a very special place in my life because she was instrumental in connecting me with Ida with whom I spent some of the most memorable and wonderful years of my life. I remember well the days Ida a I spent in your beautiful home in Florida (not to forget the well charted boat ride Jon took us on). I also remember visiting your lovely apartment in Paris and the dinner you took me to. And the time in Italy when we were together to celebrate Ida and immerse her ashes. Vero had a very special place in Ida's heart. I will treasure the shell Christmas tree that Vero had made for me. Love to you. Vivek

Karalee and Dick German

June 25, 2020

Jon and Nathan, As was everyone, we were shocked and saddened to learn of Vero's passing. I am glad we have one of her shell boxes, which, due to her generosity, so many have now as a remembrance. And I will think of her during all the hours I spend in our beloved banana forest - for her artwork and the request she made once to come to the forest and make a drawing of a beautiful banana blossom. Vero was always so animated, seemed so appreciative of what ever new fun thing the day might hold. It will be a long while before we don't expect to see her zip around the corner by our house in her little convertible.

Jay Samuel

June 21, 2020

Veronique was genuinely a inspirational and kind human being. She was the one who hired me and I have learned a lot from her. High work ethics with absolute dedication. Always go getter and helped many staff to enhance their potential. She will be missed. May comfort our condolences be with the family during this difficult moment. May her soul Rest In Peace.

Angie Nash

June 20, 2020

Dear Jon,
Veronique was a force of nature and so her passing seemed impossible. I was so very sorry to hear the news.

I know you and your family have wonderful memories of her energy and spirit that will keep her close. Certainly I don't have to tell you that wherever she is, she is getting everything better organized.

My sincere condolences to you and your entire family,
Angie Nash