Bonnie Kay Cordrey
1946 - 2021
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Bonnie Kay Cordrey

Salisbury - Bonnie Kay Cordrey, 74, of Salisbury passed away Thursday, January 7, 2021 at Salisbury Center Genesis. Born September 22, 1946 she was the daughter of the late Ollie James Baker and Agnes Pauline Wilkins Baker.

She was a member of the VFW Post 2996 Ladies Auxiliary in Powellville and the Humane Society in Washington.

She is survived by a sister, Betsy Tucker and her husband, Bill; former brother-in-law, L.F. Wilkins; nieces and nephews, Robert V. Hearn, Jason Wilkins, and Jay Baker, Jr.; great nieces and nephews, David Hearn, Spencer Hearn, Hunter Wilkins, and Hannah Wilkins; great-great nieces and nephews, Austin Hearn, William Hearn, Haley Baker, Victoria Hearn, and Sarah Hearn; special aunt, Jeanette Dennis; and very special friend,Debbie Wilkins . She was preceded in death by her husband, John Howard Cordrey in 2002; brother, Jay Baker; sister, Joyce Ann Hearn; nieces, Margie Hearn and Jamey Wilkins; and great-niece Haley Wilkins.

A graveside service will be held Tuesday at 11am at Bethel Cemetery in Willards. Rev. Paul Sherwood will officiate.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude's, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or Ronald McDonald House Charities Inc., 26345 Network Place, Chicago, IL 60673-1263.

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Published in The Daily Times from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 11, 2021
Bonnie and I had a lot of good times growing up together. We were such good friends and it is a shame that we lost touch after graduation but I still always remembered her as one of my best friends.
Funny story short version. When we were in the 7th grade I skipped a class with some older kids. We went behind the gym and they would smoke. I was scared to death. Anyhow my mother never found out about it even though the principal knew all about it. Well I begged him not to tell my mother and I promised not to do it again.....AND I didn't. Well every time Bonnie would come to my house, she would tell me she was going to tell my mother. I would grab her arm and say come on let's go outside or something and she would laugh do hard. She never did and she wouldn't have but it still made me sweat.
I loved spending the night with Bonnie. Her mom and dad, sisters and brother were so nice. Breakfasts at her house were awesome. Her mom would always have homemade biscuits.
We would go next door to Fred Phillip's store and get some candy or cupcakes and a drink and talk to Mrs. Phillips.
When i spent the weekend with her, we would get in the back of the school bus since there were only a few of us left on there. And when the bus went over the bridges, we bounced all over the place. Just good fun back then.
I could go on and on about our times together. I just want all of her family to know that I send my love and condolences to them. Betsy I really like that you have kept in touch with me on facebook.
I love you Bonnie. Rest in Peace my friend.
Felda Cooper Massey
Classmate
January 11, 2021
Bonnie was my cousin. I have great
memories growing up and visiting her. She was always happy and laughing. Very quick witted. I will surely miss her and love her.
Jan Lawrence
Family
January 10, 2021
Bonnie was a very sweet and kind lady and will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Rest in Peace Bonnie.
Linda Corwin
Friend
January 10, 2021
She was nice and fun person praying for family
Karen Steward
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