Voneda Kay (Davis) Hevenor

Born: Wed., Aug. 1, 1962
Died: Mon., Oct. 23, 2017


3:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Fri., Nov. 03, 2017
Location: Shirley & Stout
Lincoln Road Chapel

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Voneda Kay Hevenor, 55, of Kokomo, passed away unexpectedly from a brain tumor at 1:56 pm Monday, October 23, 2017, at Community Hospital in Anderson, Indiana.  She was born August 1, 1962, in Kokomo, Indiana.

Voneda graduated from Western High School in 1980.  She was a small business owner and will be remembered as a lover of all animals.   

Voneda is survived by a brother, Jeffrey Davis; a sister, Brenda Smith; several nieces, nephews; and many beloved Chihuahuas. Voneda was preceded in death by her parents; Willard E. & Marilyn Joan (Rayls) Davis; her husband, Harvey; and her sister, LaRhonda Carroll.

A visitation for friends and family will be held from 3-5 pm on Friday, November 3, 2017, at Shirley & Stout Funeral Home & Crematory, 1315 West Lincoln Road, Kokomo.  Memorial contributions may be made in Voneda’s memory to the Kokomo Humane Society.  Messages of condolence may be left online at www.shirleyandstout.com.  

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Shirley Lindsay
   Posted Thu November 02, 2017
My heart cries to think we lost you Voneda so quickly and so young. However, as we had spoken to each other through texting, I know some of the struggles you were burden with and with that I can accept that you are now at peace and in God's hands. I miss Joan (your mother), Bill or Willard (your father), LaRhonda (your sister), and Bill Warden (your step-father) so much. You truly have had the best family ever! As for your little sister and brother, Brenda (Warden) Smith and Jeffrey Davis, I pray that you will find peace in all the lost you have suffered in such a short time and never let the memories of the good times pass you by. I love you all so very much and wish that I could have been there with you through these latter times. Even though we live miles away, both Tom and I grieve and cry with you.

With love and blessing from the Lord,
Aunt Shirley and Uncle Tom