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Joan L. BONNEY Obituary
BONNEY, Joan L. Joan L. Bonney of Cape Coral, Florida passed in peace on October 7, 2018. Joan was born in Rosedale, NY on April 11, 1932 to David Muir and Isabel Webster. Joan was predeceased by her devoted husband Thomas Bonney and survived by her loving children Patricia Bonney (Dennis) Lynam of Wallington, NJ, Deborah (Kevin) LaFramboise of Cape Coral, FL and Thomas (Michelle) Bonney of Greer, SC. Joan was the proud grandmother to Thomas (Wesley) Walsh, Kristi (Paul) Albano, Andrew (Michelle) LaFramboise, Justin Bonney, Denise Bonney Lynam, Katherine (Joseph) Ganzel and David Bonney. Joan is an adored great-grandmother to Joseph Ganzel, Christopher Ganzel, Aubree Ganzel, Emma LaFramboise and Sophia Ganzel. Joan is also survived by her caring siblings Jean (Rick) DeBlasio and Alfred (Ruth) Webster of Sebastian, FL and a wealth of cousins, nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, grand-nephews and in-laws. Joan married the love of her life in 1953 and spent over 25 years in Middletown, NY raising her family before moving to Florida. Joan's career spanned over 50 years in banking before retiring as a Vice President with Bank of America. Joan loved spending time her family, cheering on the New York Yankees and got a kick out of placing her 3 5 bets at the dog track. Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2018 from 4:00PM to 7:00PM at Palms West Funeral Home in Royal Palm Beach, with a wake service beginning at 6:00PM. There will be a mass at St. Rita Roman Catholic Church, Wellington on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 11:00AM. Entombment will follow at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hope Hospice of Cape Coral, 2430 Diplomat Pkwy E, Cape Coral, FL 33909.
Published in The Palm Beach Post on Oct. 10, 2018
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