Veronica Ware

July 16, 1930 - January 19, 2017

07/16/1930 - 01/19/2017

Past Services

Monday January 23, 2017
11:00 am
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
54 W Government Ave
Norfolk, Virginia 23503
(757) 480-3433 | Directions
Monday January 23, 2017
12:30 pm
Woodlawn Memorial Gardens
6309 E Virginia Beach Blvd.
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
757-461-4054 | Directions

Veronica “Ronnie” P. Ware passed away peacefully on January 19, 2017. She was born July 16, 1930 in Baltimore, Maryland to the late Walton and Veronica Partridge.
She was the beloved wife of Martin L. Ware, the love of her life who preceded her in death in February 2000.
She was the much loved mother of Veronica, Theresa, Edward, Margaret, Helen, Susan and Walton. She also shared the love of 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at Holy Trinity Catholic Church located at 169 West Government Ave, Norfolk on Monday, January 23 at 11:00 AM to be followed by a burial at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

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Becky (Singleton) Salter
5 years ago

I spent so much time at the Ware house growing up- for a long time it was mu home-away-from- home. Your mom always welcomed me with open arms, and I’ll always think of her with love. Thanks to all of you guys for letting me be a part of the craziness that goes on in a house with 7 kids- always brings a smile to me thinking back on those days. Love always to all of you.

Frank G. Hill
5 years ago

so sorry for your loss I have a lot of fond memories of your mom and dad and all the girls. She was a real prankster. Still remember the time she got you girls to throw me in the water at Ocean View. I remember she use to do my mothers hair and did it just the way my mother liked it. She will be missed but she will always be with you.

Handan O'Connor
5 years ago

I am going to miss you. I know you are happy with your husband now.

Karen Ward
5 years ago

Terry, I am so sorry to hear about your moms passing. We used to work together at Virginia Beach Surgery. My sincere condolences to you and your family. Karen

Joan and Bob Tuleya
5 years ago

To all of You Ware Kids….so sorry about Ronnie. I have enjoyed getting reacquainted with you and with Ronnie on some of those Saturday nail appointments! Bob and I will truly miss her. She, and your Dad, were always so kind to Virginia ( known in our family as Beegee) for all those many years on Ocean View Avenue. I will always be grateful for that. Thanks to all of you “kids” too for including me in the fun summer times of those days.

Margaret Flaherty Garrison
5 years ago

Your mom was one of the nice ones, I have very fond memories especially at the Holy Trinity Bazaar. My best to you and Wendell

Terry Tribe-Johnson, Heartland Hospice Services
5 years ago

Please accept our sincere condolences upon the death of Mrs. Ware and know that we are available to support you in your grief.

Shannon Goodloe Coker
5 years ago

May your awesome memories of happy times with your mom comfort you during the waves of grief. Prayers to you and your family.

5 years ago

I am saddened and will pray for you all. My mass this morning was for your Mom.

Anna Marcano
5 years ago

So sorry for your lost. It’s never easy when we lose a loved one. Many people today believe that death is natural and part of our daily lives. However the bible tells us that death is an enemy mentioned at 1 Corinthians 15:26 ” And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” What a difference from what we have heard, no one is ever ready or glad to have a loved one die, no matter how long they have lived. God’s word the bible tell us that he put ” eternity in our hearts” Ecclesiastes 3:11. There is good news!!! according to Jesus’ words found in John 5:28-29 there is going to be a resurrection. Again I am sorry for your loss, no doubt Mrs. Ware was a wonderful person. May God’s words bring you comfort.