- 63 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 11, 1951
- Date of passing: May 2, 2014
|Let the memory of Bonnie be with us forever|
Bonnie Lou Splees, 63, passed away Friday, May 02, 2014.
A native of Wisconsin, the daughter of the late Stanley Eugene and Margaret Gertsch Splees. She was employed by Serigraph Printing, Inc. in West Bend, Wisconsin for many years. She was a current resident of Oxford, North Carolina.
Surviving are her sister, Susan Lupa of Ashland, Wisconsin, a brother, John Splees (Stacy) of Bullock, NC, two nieces; Tammy Splees of Charlotte, Tonya Splees of Texas, seven nephews; Christopher Splees (Jolin) of Fuquay Varina, Will Splees of Texas, Will Stoneham of Charleston, SC, Taylor Stoneham of Raleigh and Ben Splees of Bullock, Troy Lupa and Tim Lupa of Ashland, Wisconsin, two great nephews; Nicholas Ryan and Maxwell Splees and one great niece, Madison Splees.
No services are planned.
"The few short years that I had the pleasure of knowing Bonnie had a lasting impact! What a wonderful lady she was! I know she is up there in heaven being the life of the party! May God Bless you and Keep You Bonnie! You will me missed!"
"I had the pleasure of working with Bonnie at Magnetic Attractions. Her warm heart and infectious laugh always brought a smile to my face. May she rest in peace with the Lord above."
"Dear John & Sue,
I can't begin to express how sad I am to learn of Bonnie's passing. There are so many beautiful memories I have of the 3 of us. Bonnie had such an infectious I can still hear it now. The last time I saw her ( the Allenton picnic), I thought for sure we had one more fashion show in us. All my love, Mike Gebhard"
"Dear Splees Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please know that you will be in my prayers."
"Dear Splees family I'm not sure you will remember me I worked with Bonnie at Serigraph Sales many years ago before I moved to Georgia.
Bonnie and I where work partners and at times we did some playing as well. I have many memories of those days and it's ironic that I have been thinking about those days lately. I know Bonnie loved her little brother John.and her nieces and nephews. She will be missed. It's unfortunate that we let time and distance keep us away from the people we know and shared so much with. So Sorry for your loss."
"My dear Bonnie , we had many great times together
I'll never forget you . You were such a great friend
Now you are with my barb . I will miss you !!
I'll drink some jaeger's for you .. Good by for now
I keep your picture of you and Chevy chase
On my bar and drink some of those jaeger shots .
Love always . LEE TAYLOR"
"Mr Splees & Stacy; please know Robert and me & Emily are thinking about you and your sons. I know how much all of you loved Aunt Bonnie. She will certainly be missed. May God give you comfort during this extremely difficult time."
"John and I miss you and love you Bonnie!"
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