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Edna May Stoner

Birth Date: August 21, 1917
Death Date: February 11, 2017

Edna May Stoner, 99, of North Olmsted, passed away February 11, 2017.
Beloved wife of the late Walter C.; devoted mother of Kenneth (Marlene); cherished grandmother of Sherry Ann (John) McDonald and Lori Ann Stoner and great-grandmother of Morgan and Colleen McDonald; loving daughter of the late William and Martha (nee Shrout) Baker and sister of the late Lillian (Robert) Ford and Richard Baker.
Funeral service Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 12PM in the Chapel at Sunset Memorial Park, 6245 Columbia Rd., North Olmsted. Interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. dostalbokas.com

Funeral Service
February 16, 2017
12:00 pm
Sunset Chapel
6245 Columbia Rd. North Olmsted, OH 44070
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  1. Dear Mother:
    I never realized how much I would miss you. You were always there for me. You were my parent and my friend. You always supported me. In recent years I tried to reciprocate with the love and support you had always shown to me. I hope I succeeded in your eyes. As long as I am alive there will be a void in my heart.
    I just know that God has recognized what a truly good human being you were and has welcomed you into his eternal Kingdom. You longed to be reunited with Dad. I hope God has granted you that wish.
    And when my time on earth draws to an end, I hope and pray that you, Dad and I will once again be together as a family for eternity. God bless you and keep you.
    Your devoted son,
    Ken

  2. I loved Eddie's irreverent sense of humor. She could crack you up with a well placed observation and her timing was impeccable. But I particularly remember Christmas presents from Eddie. My sister and I were the only girls in all the cousins. My mother told me that Eddie really liked buying things for girls so I always looked forward to opening the Christmas present from her. I always loved whatever she got. And she was always supportive of you no matter what stage of life you were in. I also will always remember her laugh. It was hearty and life-embracing. She had a good time whatever she was doing.

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