Vera Baron
August 4, 1921 - October 22, 2011
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Vera M. Baron, 90, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away, Saturday, October 22, 2011 at Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte. She was born August 4, 1921 in Oil City, Pennsylvania and moved to Port Charlotte with her husband Joseph R. Baron in 1987 from Colchester, Connecticut. She attended St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in…

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Lynda Martin left a message on October 28, 2011:
I always admired Vera's strength and dignity, her desire to stand on her own two feet no matter what. She was a brave lady. I will miss our meals out together but will hold those memories dear.
David and Madlyn Crowl left a message on October 27, 2011:
We knew Vera as a patron of Stefano,s restaurant where it was more of a group of friends enjoying each other's company than it was to eat. Vera was always an upbeat with a positive attitude that made her a pleasure to be around. . We are grateful for having her for a friend and will miss her. David and Madlyn
Cheryl Dukarski left a message on October 26, 2011:
Our relationship was so very special, we loved each other and bonded very well, I will miss her very much. I am so glad that she was able to leave this place with out to much pain. I love you Miss Vera God Bless
Jenny Mulligan left a message on October 26, 2011:
Vera was devoted to her family. She often told me how proud she was of Joe, Ceil and Nora, and how much she loved them. She looked forward to her nightly phone calls and visits when they were able. Caring for a loved one from afar is difficult. I was always impressed with how Joe would juggle and keep up with the schedule needs of his mom, to ensure she was cared for when he wasn't able to be here to do things for her personally. Vera and I would have conversations of love and loss and I took comfort in her wisdom. She was a proud woman, always trying to do things for herself, to maintain her independence as long as she was physically able. Vera missed her late husband Joe so much, and it is a testament to their love that she continued with the routines that they once shared together. She spoke of looking forward to the day when she would be reunited with him in heaven and I believe that he was there waiting for her with loving arms. Joe, Ceil and Nora, please accept my sincere condolences.
Teresa Blair left a message on October 25, 2011:
Vera touched our life's with her spunk and wisdom, nothing was ever out of her reach, she was independent , and proud of it . At home instead we were blessed to have the pleasure of spending time with her she could be a challenge at times, because we were there to help her, and she really didn't need any help, just a ride to Breakfast, and Dinner, because the people at the DMV, thought she shouldn't drive anymore. "what do they know" her very words. We will miss her. God Bless you Vera. Teresa Blair Staff Coordinator Home Instead Senior Care
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Helen Coffey and daughter Suzanne Wade left a message on October 25, 2011:
Joe and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Vera was a lovely person inside and out and will be missed. With deepest sympathy, Helen and Suzanne
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