April 9, 1946 ~ December 26, 2021
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Veronica Elaine Thrower, 75, of Indianapolis, passed away on December 26,2021. She was born April 9, 1946 to the late Charles and Mary (Grant) Boyd. Veronica graduated from Charleston High School in Illinois and from Illinois University.
Veronica loved to travel, play cards in with her euchre club, and spend time with her family and her 5 dogs. She is proceded in death by her parents, mentioned above, and by her adopted brother Russell Grant. Veronica is survived by her daughter Anita Thrower, Anita’s wife Alison McClure, and her grandson Liam McClure.
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Roni what a blessing you were to my sister Renee Harrison. You were her second momma. RIP Roni mom. 🙏✝️❤
May you Rest In Peace my friend. You were a part of our family we all loved you. I shared my daughter with you for over 20 years. You asked me once if I minded if you called Renee your second daughter. I’m just so thankful she was there to care for you. I am very proud of her. I will miss you as will all my whole family.
From the moment we were introduced, my children and I accepted and loved you as part of our family. Your incredibly loving, giving nature was wonderful as you always showed how caring, kind and beautiful your heart was for those you loved.
You were such a blessing to us all but especially my sister Renée, as she considered you her second mom. You both loved and supported each other throughout the years and it was apparent your bond was infinite.
You also became a bonus grandma to my children, a bonus great grandma to my grandchildren and a fabulous friend to me. We will miss your smile, your laughter, your hugs, your honesty and your unconditional love.
Rest In Peace sweet Roni, you will always live on in our hearts.
I’m sure missing you, just doesn’t seem right that you are not here.
I’ll treasure the memories of California when we took the kiddos, you are a big part of my life. I love you dearly.