Let the memory of Bonnie be with us forever
  • 63 years old
  • Born on August 31, 1950 .
  • Passed away on January 2, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bonnie Edwards, 63, born on August 31, 1950 and passed away on January 2, 2014. We will remember her forever.

We have just started this site to celebrate my mom's life. I will be adding much more
when we get back home to VA.

We are following my moms wishes for cremation and small family gathering on
the beach in Cocoa Beach Fl. Which we will be doing later this week.

Thank you for stopping in, please feel free to add a note, picture ect..


Posted by James Debruyn on 31st August 2018
Love and miss you sis GOD has a special Angel in heaven LOVE YOU Jimmy
Posted by Karen Brown on 31st August 2017
Happy Birthday Bonnie!!! Sure do wish you were still here but you are always in my heart and think about you all the time and tell friends about the good times we had. Still cannot bring myself by your house as much as I would like to! Had alot of good times and memories there and want to keep the thought! Miss ya much!!!! Love Karen & Earl P.S. Hopefully Choco and Lucy found you!! Forever in my heart
Posted by Mandy Holt on 2nd January 2017
Bonnie, Mom and I talk fondly of you often - especially in August around the time of your B'day. We were together here in Falls Church when Oscar called us with the sad news of your passing. Mom is so thankful that she got to spend those months with you and Oscar right before you died. Mom remembers your last phone call to her from the ICU just before she left FL to come to my house on Christmas Day three years ago. You were looking forward to moving in with Ann Marie and watching Aiden grow up. We miss you! Mom & your step sister Maryann
Posted by Karen Brown on 1st September 2016
Happy belated Birthday once again!!! you know how we were as far as celebrations! Still miss and think about my "Mom" and best friend everyday. I am so glad you are in a better place. Love and miss you!. Hope you are having a good time.
Posted by Glenn Morgan on 26th September 2015
I was a schoolmate of Bonnie's. I realize I am late to comment, but I just found out about Bonnie's passing. I am deeply saddened, as one by one my old classmates, now in our mid-60s, pass on. I lost my own sister, one year behind Bonnie and me, at 62 years old, the year before last. I have very fond memories of Bonnie. She was one of the prettiest and sweetest girls in our graduating class. I always had a secret crush on her but as close as I ever could come to declaring it was lighting up my first (and last) cigarette to impress her -- outside of a movie theater when we were 15 years old. Please accept my sincere condolences. I know you all must miss her terribly.
Posted by Karen Brown on 8th September 2015
HAPPY BELATED 65th BIRTHDAY!!!!! i did say a prayer and talked to you on your birthday. Still miss and think about you all the time!!!!
Posted by Mandy Holt on 31st August 2014
Mama Jane, sends a memory - She remembers all of the joy of living in Cocoa Beach, FL with you nearby. When Anne Marie (at age 7 ?) and you first came to live with her and your father. You were so beautiful and Anne Marie was so much fun to have around. You and Oscar in later years always coming to visit her (sometimes as a surprise). She always remembered your birthday and would send a gift each year from NJ - even if it arrived late! We miss you.
Posted by William McDaniel on 22nd February 2014
May God Bless RIP Good Lady
Posted by Ray Brown on 4th February 2014
Bonnie was my employee for many years. But more importantly, she was my good friend. My heart is heavy, and the world is less with your passing. RIP Miss Bonnie
Posted by Anne Marie Bierlein on 11th January 2014
Mom, Today is the day we celebrate you & your life!! It is so hard as I miss you soooooooooooo much!! Thank you for all you did for me, Aiden & John! I can not wait to see you in Heaven!! Love you!! xoxoxo
Posted by Cheryl Tice on 11th January 2014
My husband and I meet Bonnie at Woodys. She was so great and was always are waitress. We started hearing all about Aiden before he was born and all the times she would go north to see him and you Anne Marie. She was so proud of you two. We lost contact with her after Woodys closed. I often wished I would of gotten her phone number.Your family is our prayers .
Posted by Rhonda Pszonowsky on 10th January 2014
Bonnie was a wonderful person. I knew her at Babcock Dental, Sonny's and as a patient at Wal-Mart vision. The ones we love are never gone, they live within our hearts. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Anne Marie Bierlein on 9th January 2014
Aiden's teacher sent this me after hearing of Mom going to Heaven. I love it! I wanted to post it here! Thank you Mrs. Simpson!! She is not resting in peace but instead living in eternity, with no pain, no disease, and no heartache. She's trotting with Gods angels and cherubs amongst the presence or our Lord and our God. We feel pain. And we feel relief. Emptiness and fullness. All of which you may feel now as well. Please be encouraged, I believe Paul said it best in Philippians 1:21 "For to me, to live is Christ, to die is gain." As she lived she surely fulfilled Christ's work, and as she has died she has gained her reward and the glory of heaven." I love & MISS you so much MOM!!!
Posted by Sheila Edwards on 8th January 2014
bonnie was a good wife and daughter in law. a very generous person and much loved.
Posted by Brenda Robey on 7th January 2014
Here is a candle for u so u will always have light to see me i love and miss u sis love brenda
Posted by James Debruyn on 7th January 2014
When we were young we were so close. And when we get older we have so much to do, we lost time that we miss with each other. My heart hurt because you not in my life at this time. I know that you are in the best hands with our lord. I love you sis and will miss you. Love you from your baby brother Jimmy
Posted by Mandy Holt on 7th January 2014
Bonnie, You've always been the organized hard working daughter - Mom said! In high school you found time to be a popular cheerleader plus get excellent grades and still have fun. You lived your life with a positive attitude up until the very end. Mom is so grateful that she had the past couple of months to spend quality time with you. It was so caring of you to call her on Christmas morning at 4:00 am from the I.C.U. to say "good bye" and say "I love you Mom." Our family will miss your beautiful smile and sunny outlook on life. We love you! Maryann
Posted by Annette Roberts on 6th January 2014
The memories of your mother are closest to your heart; they are the small gentle ones that you will carry over from the days of your childhood. Those memories will stayed with you through your life. As each day passes those memories will always be near. Remember the hugs, the kisses, the stories, the family dinners, the laughter, the tears, but most of all remember how much love you and you mother shared. God Bless.
Posted by Kristi Carneal on 5th January 2014
Anne, I am so sorry for your loss. Remember the good times and the memories!! Know your mother is in heaven and no longer suffering.
Posted by Oscar Edwards on 5th January 2014
Baby, I miss you so much, Our house is so empty without you. I will always cherish our time together.
Posted by John Bierlein on 5th January 2014
Mom, your favorite son in law misses you. I had really been looking forward to you moving in with us these past few months. You have left a huge void in all of our lives. In case I never told you, I am so thank full to you for your daughter. I am also thank full you got to be a part of Aiden's life for the past 6 years. He will really miss his lipstick kisses. Love and miss you!
Posted by Anne Marie Bierlein on 4th January 2014
Mom, I miss you so much!! I feel like a huge part of me is gone!! I struggle with a broken heart and many tears. I still hear you saying don't cry your make up with run. I want to say so much but feel a loss of words. If love could of healed you, you would of walked out of the ICU. I love you Mom!! xoxoxo

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