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About VanWart Family Support

This page has been created to organize support for the VanWart Family. It is a way to honor the loving memories we have for our beloved Dave Van Wart. Scouting family and beyond ~ let's rally around Tina, Christina and William and show them the devoted love and support we can provide. Right now ~ the immediate needs is truly financial. Any amount you are able to give will help sustain this family through the difficult times ahead. As additional needs arise this page will be updated to reflect. Thank you for your support in the celebration of Life of Dave VanWart Memorial Services & Information below: Sunday June 9th, 2019 5PM-7PM Viewing - Gather Family & Friends Rosewood- Kellum Funeral Home 601 N Witchduck Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Monday June 10th, 2019 10AM-11AM Viewing - Gather Family & Friends St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church 5345 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA Monday June 11th, 2019 11AM-12PM Catholic Mass ~ Celebration of Life St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church 5345 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA Immediately following mass funeral processional direct to: Rosewood- Kellum Memorial Park 631 N Witchduck Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Special Notes: 

Message From Christina ~ On Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at 12:55 am, my dad called out to Jesus. Jesus opened His loving arms and embraced my father, taking away all of his pain. The nurse who called states that dad passed away peacefully and was in no pain, that is one of the greatest comforts to know. My hockey buddy has gone to be with the angels. This good bye is not forever, for I know he will be waiting for us on the other side. I have been blessed with 21 years with the greatest father the Lord could possibly give me. We were with dad for most of the night, but he waited until we were home and fast asleep before he took his final breath. People may say that cancer beat my dad (which we found out was Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer), but I will gladly beg to differ. Dad was fighting on his own, before anything was detected, before there was any medical intervention. His body put up an amazing 6 month fight. By the time medical treatment came, his body was tired and began to shut down. So as far as I am concerned, my dad won. There is so much more I want to say, but I think I will leave it at that. Rest In Peace dad, and fly high with the angels ❤️ Christina VanWart

 

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