OBITUARY

Bonnie Blaylock

11 November, 195029 March, 2020
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Bonnie Blaylock, 69, of Kokomo, IN passed away on Sunday, March 29, 2020. She was born on November 11, 1950 the daughter of David Allen and Phyllis Anne (Parsons) Cox. She married Joe T. Blaylock who survives.

Bonnie was a beautiful lady with a great personality. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Bonita enjoyed spending time with her family, painting and reading.

Surviving family members include her husband, Joe T. Blaylock of Kokomo, IN; son, Eric Meyers (Angie) of Kokomo, IN; step-sons, Joe Blaylock, II (Linda) of Kokomo, IN; Joshua Blaylock (Brian) of New York City, NY; her parents, David and Phyllis Cox of Kokomo, IN; sister, Joyce Keating of Kokomo, IN; four grandchildren, Lennon Meyers; Maisy Meyers; Gage Meyers and Joelie Blaylock.

She was preceded in death by one daughter, Beth Meyers; brother, Ronald Cox and sister, Cheryl Cox.

A memorial gathering will be from 12:00 noon until 2:00 PM on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home 2097 West Alto Road Kokomo, IN 46902. A graveside service will follow the gathering at Sunset Memory Garden Mausoleum.

Services

  • Public Visitation

    Thursday, 17 September , 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, 17 September , 2020

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Reta Gordon

April 3, 2020

Dear Family of Bonnie. You know the kind hearted woman Bonnie was. She will be so missed by all that knew here. My deepest condolences to all of you. But may Bonnie rest in peace...she fought a courageous battle.
But always kept a smile...love you my friend.

Connie Cole

April 1, 2020

My condolences to Joe and her family.
I met Bonnie in high school. Hiring in on the same day at Delco, we walked in the factory together for our first day of work there.
I always loved talking with Bonnie. So enjoyed her quick sense of humor. Also, always looked forward to visiting with her at our monthly class dinners.
Bonnie was so talented. I admired her talent for art. I have a few items she made. I will cherish them more than ever.
I loved Bonnie. She was very dear to me and she always made me feel loved. I will miss her.
In this time of sorrow may God comfort you and carry you through.

BEVERLY SAUM

April 1, 2020

It was always a pleasure to know Bonnie. I knew her from our childhood in Sharpsville, IN. It was such a small town everyone knew everyone. Later in life our paths crossed again through other mutual friends by attending the Class of 1968 monthly dinners. Bonnie and I had some very nice chats during that time. We discovered we liked going to movies and decided to make a date to do so. Even though we only got to go one time, it was so enjoyable. And I could not believe she could eat so much popcorn. We also had another special mutual friend in Michelle VanBibber. She would like to send her condolences too. "Mickey" and I will forever remember Bonnie's wit, talent and her awesome personality, which was truly one of a kind. My sincere sympathy to her friends and family, Beverly Johnson Saum

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