Love and memories last forever...
  • 66 years old
  • Born on July 16, 1948 .
  • Passed away on April 4, 2015 .

Bonnie Mazzeo Hall (nee Ramsey) 66, of Vineland, passed away April 4, 2015, peacefully at home after a short battle with cancer.

Bonnie was born and raised in Millville, and attended the Millville School system until her junior year, where she then attended school in Glassboro. She was a licensed optician working in various locations, most recently at America’s Best, in Millville. Bonnie enjoyed travelling, and especially loved travelling in Europe with her husband, Terry.  She was an amazing mother and grandmother, and loved working with her patients throughout her career. She always had a contagious caring smile to offer to all.

Bonnie is survived by her husband of fifteen years, Terry Hall, and was the mother of Joe Mazzeo (Christa), Bonnie Mazzeo, Brett Mazzeo (Christina) and a cherished grandmother to seven. She was also sister of Nancy Carpenter, Paula Bajewicz (Steve), Lori Goldsmid (Clay), Paul Ramsey (Michelle ), Blaine Ramsey and step-mother Rose. She also had several nieces and nephews.

Friends and family are invited to attend her visitation Tues., April 7 at FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062 from 6-8 PM. Bonnie’s wishes were to be buried at Steelmantown Cemetery and will be private at the family’s convenience. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the charity of the donor’s choice.

Posted by BethAnn Genovese on 7th April 2015
I just can't believe you are gone! Bonnie you had such a loving and caring personality. You made my time at americas best so much better! I'll never forget meeting you the first day and I instantly loved you. I remember when I came in when I got engaged and you were happier than I think I was! You always thought of everyone else before yourself! When I saw the post on facebook that you had gotten sick I prayed so much for you. Then Saturday when I saw the post that you had passed away I couldn't believe it! You truly deserved to be here longer. A kind hearted lady with so much to give! God truly got one of the best!! Love you Bonnie!
Posted by Diane Corson on 7th April 2015
Bonnie, I am so sry that you are gone from our lives. I just found out, so i missed the services. I know you would way "oh thats ok". Your were a very sweet, good hearted woman. I will never forget how good you were to me. Especially how i was at your house to play with bunny like everyday. You would think you would get sick of me. But you always smiles and said come on in. You had one of the biggest hearts of anyone i know. I truely loved you and i will miss you so much. Thank you for being a big part in my life.♡♡
Posted by Jerry Benfer on 7th April 2015
Terry and Family...I am so very sorry for your loss. The memories of your years together will help heal your hearts. Prayers from me and my family to you and yours.
Posted by Brenda Maddox on 6th April 2015
Bonnie was an Angel even while on Earth. Sharing 5 Grandchildren thru Christa and Joe Mazzeo, I've know her for close to 30 years. I was always welcome in her home, coffee and something home baked always there. Giving, Friendly and never an unkind word can't begin to describe the Grace and Kindness that I found in her Spirit and Heart. Terry was always there with his camera to document our shared families events. My prayers of healing go out to All the Mazzeo Family, Joe, Christa, Brett, Cristina and Bunny, Terry Hall and the Grandchildren, all 7, that will miss her but find Her forever in Their Hearts.
Posted by Janice Perez on 6th April 2015
We send our sincere condolences to Bonnie's children and grandchildren.. We were so sorry to hear of her passing. God Bless you all. Jan and Lou Perez
Posted by Jackie Jones on 6th April 2015
Some of my first memories are of my Aunt Bonnie. We all have aunts, but some of us have that special one. She was mine. I met her when I was 4 and fell in love with her instantly. Did you ever know a person for 50 years and never hear an unkind word from them? Did you ever talk incessantly to someone and they listened to every word you said? Even as a 4 year old, I knew she was listening because she would ask questions and always remembered my stories. I'm not sure who nicknamed me yackie, but she sure deserved to call me that!! When Joey came along, she wasn't any less attentive. She let me help take care of him and never made me feel like a nuisance(which I'm sure I was!) Did you have someone as a child who you knew would take care of you if something happened to your mother? I don't know if most children that age have that fear of losing a parent, but as a child who had lost a parent, I did. It was comforting to know Aunt Bonnie would be there. I hope that every child has that special aunt in their life. She will be sorely missed by not only me, but many, many people! May she rest in peace and hopefully there's not some little kid up there talking her ears off!! Love you, Aunt Bonnie! Xoxo
Posted by Leilani Munyon on 5th April 2015
Sweet Bonnie...a wonderful part of our family. Always happy and kind. She and Terry always enjoyed their time together and were devoted to each other. Bonnie always had a funny story to tell and we had fun each time we were together. We have many fond memories that we will treasure. xo Leilani and Hillary xo

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