We loved Bonnie, so sweet to our boys & such a good mentor to a young mother like me. We will miss seeing her taking her walks.
Years ago, I fondly remember her singing the beautiful song, "No Room", every Christmas at church. Now,I'm sure she is singing in the most wonderful choir ever!!!
You were like a mom to me, Bonnie. Thank you for your unconditional love, for making me chocolate chip cookies when I was little, at your house on Inglewood, but most of all, thank you for your daughter Katie. I love you.
You all are in our prayers. I have many fond memories of growing up with your dear Mom being at different functions. Because of her dear friendship to my mom, we got to be friends. Blessings to you. The Angels are singing with her home coming.
Ginny Alig Cain
Bonnie was a very good friend for close to 50 years to my late wife Dona and me. She even helped find our house. I remember her mostly for her kindness, and for being a mentor to my wife Dona. This June, 8 years ago, Bonnie sang "Just as I Am" at Dona's Memorial, I believe this was the last she sang publicly.
We will miss Bonnie. It may be said of her what was once said of a dearly-loved friend: "Her death has added one more attraction to heaven."
We regret that we are not able to attend the memorial service. We are caring for our twin grandchildren in Illinois following their mother's surgery. We contine to pray for Bob and the whole family
John and Liz Crocker
We might say of Bonnie something previously said of a dearly-loved friend: "Her death has added one more attraction to heaven."
We regret that we won't be able to attend the memorial service. We are out of State caring for our twin grandchildren following their mother's surgery. We are praying for our Lord's comfort for Bob and the whole family
With much love,
John & Liz Crocker
Bonnie was a precious friend who encouraged us in our ministry from the beginning. We will miss her
So loved Bonnie! She always made me feel so special. I knew her for 50 years and her special family. Love you all!!
So sorry to hear the news...she was a lovely lady. Sympathy to all.