Chastity Ann Monhollon, 38, of Palmetto went to be with her Lord on June 30, 2016. She died from complications 3 days after a car accident in Palmetto. Chastity was born on July 19, 1977 in Charleston, West Virginia, where she was raised in a television-free home by her loving and wise grandparents Roy Thomas Davis and Dorothy Snyder Davis. After Roy died in 1979, Dorothy nurtured Chastity to adulthood. Chastity excelled at everything she did. She did not waste God's gift to her of a high-genius IQ. A student, mother, accountant, counselor, and healthcare administrator, she pursued all with the full measure of her heart, soul and mind, working as unto the Lord. Her exceptional mental capacity was surpassed only by the kindness and purity of her heart. When her 3 sons were very young, she chose to be underemployed in terms of monetary compensation and worked as a counselor to young women in distress at the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Williston, FL. She did this because she believed in the work and because she was able to bring her three boys to the Center with her and therefore maximize her time spent with them. She poured out sacrificial love and devotion on her husband John and their baby daughter Patsy Lake during a four-year made-in-heaven marriage. At the time of her passing, she was CEO of Florida Integrative Medical Center. She is survived by husband John Monhollon; sons Alexander Salmons, William Salmons, & Evan Salmons; daughter Patsy Lake Monhollon; stepdaughter Hannah Bell Monhollon; mother Evelyn Lang; father Roger Scarberry; grandmother Dorothy Snyder Davis; sister Angelica Bader; brothers Mark Broat, Mark Davis, & Devin Sylvester. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, July 9th at Life Covenant Sanctuary, 5428 39th St. E. Bradenton, FL 34203. Condolences for the family may be given at www.GriffithCline.com
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Bradenton, FL 34205
Published in The Bradenton Herald on July 7, 2016