Veronica C. Blawn
1925 - 2021
Veronica C. Blawn

Veronica C. Blawn born Jan. 2 1925 left to be with the Lord on August 13, 2021. She passed peacefully in her sleep after a relatively short illness. Her husband of 66 years, James F. Blawn, pre-deceased her by 9 years

She loved to play her piano, knit, do crossword puzzles, play card games and socialize with her friends. She traveled the world with her husband extensively when they retired.

She is survived by her two loving sons, James and Thomas and their wives, Carol Ann Blawn and Carol Blawn. She had three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

We will all miss her wonderful sense of humor and her ability to deliver the punchline to a joke and make us all laugh. See you in Heaven Mom.

Many thanks to the nurses and staff at Ormond in the Pines, Halifax Hospice and Sandy Schatz, who was with Mom and cared for her 24/7 for the last six weeks. She made Mom's passing as peaceful as possible.

James and Veronica, veterans of WWII, will be interred together at the Cape Canaveral Military Cemetery. In accordance with Veronica's wishes, there will be no sad funeral services. She wanted a "party."

As soon as the pandemic allows us to have a gathering, there will be a celebration of a life well lived. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice.

Published by Daytona Beach News-Journal from Aug. 19 to Aug. 22, 2021.
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our thoughts and prayers are with you tom and carol
todd and melissa hardy
August 23, 2021
I am praying for the sadness of her passing to be followed by the joy and appreciation of your happy memories. She sounds as if she was a special lady.
Renny Herrero
August 22, 2021
May you rest in piece.i still remember the conversation we had at plantation bay.and the stories of the Jackson easy.prayers to the Blawn family.
Lori Kane
August 22, 2021
I am so grateful for having known Ronnie and having had the privilege of many conversations over the years. She always had a great story to tell. But she really loved to share a joke, and amazingly, knew a lot of them! As I watched her age over time, I could see that her mind was sharp, but her body was not cooperating. She had so much physical pain and asked me to pray for her, which I did regularly. Ronnie, there is no pain or age in heaven, as we are not bound by our human bodies. May your spirit shine for all eternity. You will be missed and you were loved. God grant you peace and joy in heaven. My deepest condolences to all family and friends.
Dominick Gladstone
August 21, 2021
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