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Media, PA 19063
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I'm so sad to learn of Bonnie's passing. I have many fond memories of our childhoods growing up on Parker Street in Chester. Bonnie's family was special and always welcomed me, and Bonnie was a sweet girl. Rest in eternal peace, Bonnie.
My big sister Bon Memories go way back. HaHa. We were always together on Upland Street, going to Mac theater Saturday mornings! Mom dressed us alike as long as Bon wanted too. She was an individual but I followed her around like a puppy! Bon is the one who started me reading in 2nd grade. We’d stop by Crozer Library!! Thanks Bon! Love & miss you! I admired you so much!❤️❤️❤️
I have fond memories of Aunt Bonnie , Uncle Joe along with Mommom coming down to my parents when I was young. There were always lots of laughs, Miller Lite and enjoying times together. Aunt Bonnie started me on my love of all things Koala. I am sitting here at work thinking of times at Toby Farms, Mickey barking and "Perky" carrying on...chaotic but fun! Aunt Bonnie and Uncle Joe introduced me to the "Chariot" and Aunt Bonnie gave me her Chariot t-shirt....wish I still had it. With Loving thought, Kelli
My memories of Bonnie go back to when I was very young, she and Joe were dating, Bonnie had such a kind heart, she never had a bad word for anyone. I was so happy when she and Joe finally got married, she and Joe shared the kind of love that everyone desires. Truly devoted Soul Mates . What I will remember most about her is her sense of humor,even as her challenges grew ,she would still throw out a one liner and make me laugh,and because she would expect this I will close with RIP,....Brat!
I loved my Big Sister. I was the pain in the butt little brother but I know she loved me. We hung out a lot during my Chariot softball years with her husband. She was a private person but she loved her family in her own way. She is finally at peace...