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Bonnie Feingold

Bonnie Feingold Obituary

On June 18th, 2014, just eighteen days after her 60th birthday, Bonnie passed away with her husband David and her dog Sadie at her side. In her home in Noe Valley just as she wanted. Bonnie is survived by her husband David Biggio and her sisters Jaynee Weinstein, her bone marrow donor when she defeated cancer, and her sister Sandra Drew of Texas.

Bonnie was the daughter of Gertrude and Marty Feingold. She grew up in New Haven Ct. and attended Richard C. Lee High school. She earned her Bachelor Degree at University of CT in Theatre and worked for the Hartford Theater Company.

Bonnie loved to work and she lived her life to the fullest. She had so many adventures. It all began in 1981 where she worked with promoter New Audiences on 72nd street NYC. She then created her own company, Third Wave Management Corp. As a promoter she combined her business with Sassoon Jeans and Elton John.

Bonnie was very proud to be one of the first people to cross market and develop sponsorship with Musicians and Rock and Roll bands. She was an independent sponsor for Pepsi and toured around the world with Tina Turner. Later she helped create the amphitheater in Casa de Compa for Gulf and Western Corp. Last but not least she worked for M&M Mars for 15 years creating events all over the world for their various sub companies, one of which was Kal Kan. She loved this job, from organizing events to Doggie Olympics, having dogs by her side gave her pure joy.

Bonnie had wit and a great sense of humor and will be remembered for being the person who really hated peppers, all peppers!

Bonnie was married to Bob Hartman in her youth and then to David Biggio who was by her side until the day she passed away.

Donations may be made to either UCSF Bridges or Hospice by the Bay in Bonnie's name. She will be missed by all who knew her. There will be a gather at LUX, 2325 3rd St. SF, on Sunday, July 27th at 3pm.

Published in San Francisco Chronicle on July 20, 2014
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