OBITUARY

Bonnie R. Lee

July 16, 1930November 30, 2018
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Bonnie R. Lee, age 88, of Oak Hills, California passed away on Friday November 30, 2018. Bonnie was born July 16, 1930 in Martin, Tennessee.

A visitation for Bonnie will be held Thursday, December 13, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Green Acres Memorial Park & Mortuary, 11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, CA 92316. A funeral service will occur Thursday, December 13, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, CA 92316. A burial will occur at Green Acres Memorial Park, 11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, California 92316.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.greenacresmortuary.com for the Lee family.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 13, 2018
  • Burial Thursday, December 13, 2018
  • Reception Thursday, December 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Bonnie R. Lee

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Brenda Parham Scheerer

December 13, 2018

We Parham’s love to eat!
Celebrating Bonnie’s 86th with Bennie and Rita Parham. Loved this day! I adored my aunt Bonnie! My whole life is filled with treasured memories of time spent with her, Gene and my fabulous cousins!!!

Don Forsman

December 12, 2018

Often, wwIII would break out at our home , two houses east of theirs, Aunt
Bonnie would stroll over to our place, poke her head in the door and say gene needs some help! On our way over I’ d ask , what’s he need? She’d reply,
Let’s go get a burger and a shake... so precious !

Jarl Forsman

December 12, 2018

I’m Bonnie’s niece, Jarl, daughter of Bernice, Bonnie’s older sister. Until I was 10, I lived two doors down from my second mom, Aunt Bonnie ❤️ She and Uncle Gene had no children yet and my brother Donnie and I were their surrogate kids. I’d run to meet her when she came home from work and follow her around her house asking questions. She’d say to me, “Jarl, you’re ‘why-ing’ me to death!” We had dinner and watched tv with them often. I remember pretending to be asleep and Bonnie carrying me home even when I was so big my feet would almost drag on the ground. I felt so loved and cared for by both her and Gene. Their home was a wonderful respite from our sometimes troubled home and their love always so comforting and sweet. They took us on their waterskiing trips and sweet Bonnie always had new clothes for me each trip. They were wonderfully loving parents to me and showed me what a peaceful household felt like. You’ll be in my heart forever and always sweet Bonnie! I guess I why-ed you one to many times! ❤️🙏 Jarl

Shalyn Lee

December 11, 2018

Shalyn Lee

December 11, 2018

Shalyn Lee

December 11, 2018

Beverly Dow

December 9, 2018

My name is Beverly Dow from Lehi, Utah. My aunt Bonnie was my mom's baby sister. My mom is Lucy Parham and she is also in heaven with Bonnie now. I have so many happy memories of Aunt Bonnie. I remember her smile and her happy outlook on life! She could make the crankiest person smile because she truly was happy. I send my love to all my family members who are grieving this loss. I thank my Aunt Bennie for always setting a great example in loving her sister Bonnie. I feel very strongly that angels are attending Bonnie and that she is experiencing a new, beautiful day with no pain, nothing to cause her worry. She has had a reunion with her family and they all welcomed Bonnie to her new home. Thank you to all the people who loved her and took care of her in the last part of her life. You were her angels on this earth! I feel so richly blessed to have had Aunt Bonnie in my life! I look forward to seeing her again in our Heavenly home. God Bless!

John Lee

December 7, 2018

We were having a gathering after my Dad had past . People were coming over to my mom offering their condolences . I remember one lady asked something like " had she picked out a dress for the funeral yet " my mom replied " I'm not going to the funeral " the lady was stunned and asked why ?
My mother then replied . Well , he won't be coming to mine !!!!!!!

Everyone around her broke into laughter . Including me .

My mom was always trying to make people feel better or more comfortable .

John Lee

December 7, 2018

I'll never forget my mom would tell me that if I didn't speak people would think I was stupid, if I did speak they would then know it !!!! lol she will be missed very much but never forgotten!!!!

FROM THE FAMILY

Bonnie Ruth Lee 1951