Veronica "RonBow" M. Fisher Catley-Funeral service will be Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at 10 am, at the F.D. Mason Memorial Funeral Home, Inc., for Mrs. Veronica (Ronnie) Melissa Fisher Catley, 49, of Youngstown, Ohio, who transitioned into eternal rest on 03 February 2021, in her sleep.
"Ronbow" was born on the 09 of February in 1971 to Jenifer McElroy Fisher and Charles Fisher both of Hubbard, Oh. Ronnie attended YSU and Hubbard and Youngstown City Schools. She graduated from East High School's class of 1989. She loved spending time with her family and friends and really enjoyed working with the elderly and disabled....especially at her job at Park Vista as an STNA. The love she held for patients was so great, that when one of her patients passed away, she would always come home in tears. She had previously worked as a supervisor at Belmont Confection in Girard. As a little child, she loved to ride on the motorcycle with her Uncle Ray.
She leaves to mourn her passing; her sons; Martel L. Fisher and Raymond C. Catley, her daughter; Danielle Catley and grandchildren; Pe'Aria McKinney, Romeo and Martonny Fisher, Catrice Smith and Xaviier A. Catley of Youngstown, her brother Charles Campbell of Liberty, her uncle Claude and cousin Fredrick Fisher, aunts; Cozetta Oree and Katherine "Kay-Kay" Lee of Youngstown, and uncle Ray McElroy of Hubbard as well as her parents Charles of Liberty and Jenifer of Youngstown.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents; Sophie and Shederick Fisher Sr., of Hubbard, Norma J. Alli and Raymond McElroy Sr., of Hubbard and her uncles; Shederick "Junie" Fisher Jr., and Raymond C. McElroy both of Hubbard. Friends may call from 9 to 10 am on Wednesday at he funeral home.
Due to our current health crisis COVID-19, we are asking everyone in attendance to please wear a mask or face covering and to practice all social-distancing guidelines mandated by the Governor of the state of Ohio (6-foot rule and not to linger) thank you in advance.
The F.D. Mason Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. has been granted the honor to serve the Family at this difficult time.