LaVonne Steele

July 30, 1936 ‒ February 08, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

LaVonne Steele, age 84 of Marysville, formerly of Delaware passed away Monday, February 8, 2021, at Grady Memorial Hospital.

She was born on July 30, 1936, in Middletown, Ohio to the late Walter and Mary Goldie (Long) Fugett. She moved to Delaware in 1970 and before retiring she worked as a registered nurse for First Community Village in Upper Arlington. Kind and caring, she was a member of the Delaware Bible Church and was a past president of the Republican Women’s Club in Delaware. She also enjoyed painting in the medium of oils.

She is survived by two daughters, Deborah Steele of Phoenix, AZ and Michelle (Greg) McCann of Miami, FL, and one granddaughter, Fiona McCann.

In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her beloved husband of 48 years: Roger Steele in 2008 and her sister Beverly Fugett Campbell.

Due to Covid19 & inclement weather, Graveside services are being planned for later this Spring/Summer at the Oak Grove Cemetery.  Please contact Deborah at dlsteele11@gmail.com to be notified of the confirmed Graveside services.  Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • I knew Lavonne for over 20 years. She was a faithful member of Delaware Bible Church. Husband Roger, daughters Deborah and Michelle, her extended family, and her nursing career were always part of the conversation. Memories of the children and their horses on their South Section Line Road property were often part of conversation. She loved her family. Lavonne was very proud and talked often of her work as a Registered Nurse. As her health declined and her memory faded I am glad to know she based her future and eternal life after death solely on the perfect life and sacrificial death of Jesus Christ. I am sorry her earthly life has ended but death has not won. Jesus Christ is the victor over sin and death. I pray God’s grace and peace and the comfort of the Holy Spirit will be experienced by her family and friends. Bob Johnson

  • Ray and I knew LaVonne from the time she and Roger began attending Delaware Bible Church. As her life needs changed, we considered it a privilege to be able to walk with
    her during this time. We loved to hear her talk about Roger and her daughters Deborah and Michelle, and also her nursing career. Her health began to decline it was a joy to spend more time with her and listen to stories she shared about her growing up years.
    Having her share of the time at church camp when she gave her life to the Lord Jesus Christ and was baptized was a real blessing.
    We will miss our visits with her, but knowing she is with our Heavenly Father brings us joy. We pray for grace and peace to Deborah and Michelle and family during this time of loss.

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