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Bonnie Jean Gaunt, 82

Bonnie Jean Gaunt, 82, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away peacefully last week after a long illness. Formerly of Jackson, Michigan, she has resided in Mountain Home since 2002. Bonnie was born in Roseburg, Oregon and, at the age of six, moved with her family during the height of the Great Depression to Pine Castle, Florida where she grew up. She was the daughter of George and Marjorie (Hickson) Jeuck. She was predeceased by her husband of over 40 years, Ralph Gaunt, as well as by her parents and two brothers, George and Stanley.

Bonnie was a commercial artist and the author of fifteen books on ancient codes, measurements, and mathematics and how they relate to Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid and the Bible. As a young teenager she began putting together a time-line of the events of the Bible, for her own use, to help become oriented into an understanding of recorded events and their relationships to each other. These studies became her passion and developed into the work of a lifetime. Over fifty years ago she was introduced to the concept of Gematria and eventually became one of the world's foremost authorities on the subject. Bonnie has travelled throughout the United States, Canada and to the island of Antigua lecturing and teaching seminars on the topic, has appeared on numerous radio and television interviews and documentaries, and has been a guest of Pat Robertson on his 700 Club television program. Her fifteenth and final book, "The Dawn of Earth's Great Millennium", was written in loving appreciation to God for all He has done for her down through these many years and has always been given away free of charge.

She is survived by her son Lauren and his loving companion Grace, of Guilford, Connecticut; by her son Gene, of Ann Arbor, Michigan; by her sister Marjorie Rice of San Diego, California, and by numerous nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her companion of many years, Ron Prosken of Mountain Home.

Burial has been private in accord with Bonnie's wishes. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the and condolences may be sent c/o 1117 Meadowbrook Drive, Mountain Home, AR 72653-4806.

Arrangements are by Kirby and Family Funeral and Cremation Services. Visit an online obituary and guestbook at www.kirbyandfamily.com.


Published in Baxter Bulletin from Jan. 27 to Jan. 30, 2012
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