ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Yolanda Streeter, 63 years old, born on March 16, 1957, and passed away on February 15, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Liv de la Fuente Bodenhei... on February 28, 2021
Such heartbreaking news. Yolanda was my tutor for Chemistry class. She was honestly such a great and genuine person. I have very good memories with her. She will definitely be missed by me and my family. I'll keep her in my prayers.
Posted by Beth Spiller on February 23, 2021
So sorry to learn of Yolanda's passing. I haven't seen her since our senior year at Plant High. We were on the yearbook staff together for 2 years. She was such a good person. Prayers and sympathy to her loved ones.
Beth Meadows Spiller
Posted by Cheryl Flewellen on February 23, 2021
All though I only knew you for a short time, your grace , smile, and kind words will always be with me. Thank you for your love as well as your welcoming arms into the family. You will forever be missed. Rest in Heavenly peace my sister!
Love Cheryl
Posted by Doncelyn Chaney on February 21, 2021
This beautiful God sent woman impacted my life in such a grandiose way at a very young age. Yes, she encouraged the power in the choice of our words. I, along with so many, was her student at Taylor Memorial from 3rd - 5th grade. This petite, quiet spoken, faithful and dutiful woman didn't play with any foolishness. She held us to a higher standard that I've lived with academically to this day. She encouraged us to think and have faith in a very real way. Her legacy is strong. Sending love and light to her family. Thanking God I was in her presence. Rest in love and power.
Posted by Nina Shine on February 21, 2021
So sad to hear about the passing of Mrs. Streeter. I can't adequately put into words how much of an impact she made in my life as a teacher at Taylor Memorial. I am so glad I was able to see her a few years back and give her one last hug, may you rest in eternal peace Mrs. Streeter and my heartfelt condolences to Mr. Streeter, their sons and entire family.
Posted by Kathy Albert on February 21, 2021
I was so sorry to hear of Yolanda's passing. She was a wonderful, godly woman. I only ever heard her speak with gentleness and kindness. My children were older and did not have the opportunity to attend the classes she taught, but those who did always spoke so highly of her loving, caring heart. I pray for God's comfort for her family as they mourn their loss.
Posted by Kimberly Jones on February 21, 2021
Words can not express how much Yolanda will be missed. My family and I were devastated to hear of her passing. Through Katy and Marc, I have known Yolanda for some years now. She was the most sweetest, caring, loving, patient, and one of the kindest individuals I had the pleasure of knowing. And not to mention the best teacher. My children had the pleasure of experiencing her phenomenal teaching on a few occasions through Tinkergarten. To Yolanda's family, please accept our most sincere and deepest condolences. We will be praying for you all and mostly for Alexander during this time of sorrow. We will always be here for you and we love you all.

With all our love,
Kim, Kenny, Aubrey & Carter Jones
Posted by Kimberly Walter on February 21, 2021
We are heartbroken to hear the news of Yolanda's passing. She was one of the greatest 'finds' of our homeschooling experience. She brought joy and activity to learning and my kids reflect the ability of her knowledge in the foundations she gave them in her class. She was kind, soft spoken, patient, knowledgeable and a joy to know. She'll forever be in our hearts.
Kim, Little Alex, AJ and Alex Walter
Posted by Kaya Lawrence on February 21, 2021
What can I say ? Mrs. Streeter made a huge impact on my life . I’m really heartbroken to hear of your passing . She will never be forgotten . She is the reason why I’m a teacher today . She was amazing , caring, and loving . Thanks for being my teacher at Taylor Memorial . Sleep on and take your rest .
Posted by Ingrid de la Fuente on February 21, 2021
We are heartbroken to hear about Yolanda's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time. She has been an incredible teacher to our daughter and with her kindness, patience and loving attitude, she has made her recent transition to homeschooling easy and enjoyable.

We will be forever grateful for Yolanda's guidance and the loving and caring manner in which she taught our daughter. She was truly a guiding light and shining example of a true educator.

We will miss her incredibly.

Posted by JoAnne McNabb on February 20, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers to all of Yolanda's family. Yolanda was a friend, teacher and wonderful woman of the Lord. She taught science classes to my children and hundreds of other children in the Tampa Bay area. Her loving approach to helping students with difficult subjects will always be remembered. By touching the lives of so many students with God's design in all of science, she has also touched the lives of those student's children - so her legacy goes on. Thank you Yolanda for being an example of a life well-lived, and a life lived for the Lord. Thank you to Michael, Michael and Marc for allowing her to share her life with all of us.
Posted by charvette Patrick on February 18, 2021
She has been a mother to me after the passing of our mother, sister, and best friend. Words can't express how much love her. I miss her every waking minute of the day. The last few days there are moments when I don't know which way is up, but I hear her words in my ear, pray about it.  
So I encourage everyone to pray through these hard times. 

Let her light continue to shine through us and she will live on!

Love you Yolanda, your baby sister.
Posted by alex sink on February 18, 2021
Heartbroken to hear the news of Yolanda's passing. The McBride family's history with the Streeter family is long and Yolanda was such a special light...so kind, loving, and a wonderful daughter in law, wife, and mother. Special sympathies to Michael.
Love, Alex Sink, Bert Mcbride, Lexi McBride Crawford, and Freya Bettison..
Posted by Michael V. Streeter on February 17, 2021
Love you Mama! Words cannot express how much I miss you. Thank you for all you did and for being a great example and a caring mother. I know we will see each other again!

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Posted by Liv de la Fuente Bodenhei... on February 28, 2021
Such heartbreaking news. Yolanda was my tutor for Chemistry class. She was honestly such a great and genuine person. I have very good memories with her. She will definitely be missed by me and my family. I'll keep her in my prayers.
Posted by Beth Spiller on February 23, 2021
So sorry to learn of Yolanda's passing. I haven't seen her since our senior year at Plant High. We were on the yearbook staff together for 2 years. She was such a good person. Prayers and sympathy to her loved ones.
Beth Meadows Spiller
Posted by Cheryl Flewellen on February 23, 2021
All though I only knew you for a short time, your grace , smile, and kind words will always be with me. Thank you for your love as well as your welcoming arms into the family. You will forever be missed. Rest in Heavenly peace my sister!
Love Cheryl
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A Loving Memory, A loving Soul

Shared by Kimberly Thompson on February 21, 2021
Yolanda and I grew up together attending Carver Elementary, and H.B. Plant H.S. ‘74. I considered her my “super smart cousin”! Always, wise and mature beyond her years. Our lives went their separate ways over the years but, we were catching up...I can hear her voice & intonation so clearly! I will miss her dearly; remembering, her kind, patient, generous nature. A sweet spirit indeed 

This world has lost an amazing woman

Shared by Denise Villarreal on February 19, 2021
I never had the privilege of meeting Yolanda in person but I felt like I have known her a really long time.  I only got to talk to her on the phone through her little sister Charvette.  She was Charvette’s everything........ they would talk every morning on the way to work and she always treated me like I was her family. She was one of the most sweetest, kindest ladies I never got the chance to meet in person. Our sincerest condolences to her sister Charvette and her loving family.  We pray for God to give them the strength to get through this most difficult time.  Heaven has gained an angel May she Rest In Peace