Bonnie was 77 years young. She loved many fine arts. She played for the clarinet in the Renton Community Band for years till the pandemic. She quilted, sewed clothes, crocheted, and made special personal greeting cards. During the pandemic, she made Quality comfortable masks for the whole family and friends. She worked in many places for the government. The Seattle Coast Guard Exchange, the Pentagon Exchange, and the IRS(someone has to).Going through her accommodation papers she had. They all said that she was helpful, patient, and took the time to really listen to the problem at hand. During her travels, she met a lot of interesting people from President Clinton to the Dolly Llama and his twelve monks. She traveled to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Canada. She was smart, funny, and adventurous. She will be greatly missed. She is survived by her daughter Lisa, her three brothers Mike, Lyle, and Lynn four grandchildren Traci, Tomas, Julie, and Elizabeth. As well as six great-grandchildren Anika, Mason, Melonia, Maddalyn, Adicus, and Clark.