Bonnie Foster Renard
January 2, 1961 – June 4, 2018
DELCAMBRE – A Memorial Gathering celebrating the life of Mrs. James Kelly Renard, the former Bonnie Foster, age 57, will be held Friday, June 8, 2018 at Evangeline Funeral Home of Delcambre from 9:00 am until 9:00 pm. A rosary will be prayed on Friday at 6:00 pm.
Bonnie passed away after a long battle with cancer on Monday, June 04, 2018 at The Carpenter House of St. Joseph Hospice in Lafayette with her family by her side.
Bonnie was born in Abbeville on January 2, 1961 to Betty Blanchard Frederick and the late Percy Foster. Bonnie enjoyed a simple life filled with family and friends. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who dedicated her time to raising a beautiful family. Bonnie was an avid reader who could devour a book in one sitting. She will be truly and deeply missed by all those who knew and loved her.
She is survived children, Timothy James Renard of Delcambre and Lindsey Anne Renard and Tracy Davidson Delcambre; siblings, Stacey Foster of Erath and Richard Frederick and wife Tiffaney of Abbeville; mother, Betty B. Frederick; and granddaughter, Jemma Kelli Davidson.
She is preceded in death by her husband James Kelly Renard; and father, Percy Foster.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family to defer funeral expenses.
To view the online obituary and to leave condolences or share memories, please visit Mrs. Renard’s memorial page at www.evangelinefuneralhome.com
Evangeline Funeral Home of Delcambre is in charge of arrangements.
- James Kelly Renard, Husband
- Timothy James Renard, Son
- Lindsey Anne Renard, Daughter
- Betty B. Frederick, Mother
- Stacey Foster, Brother
- Richard Frederick, Brother
- Tiffaney Frederick, Sister-in-law
- Jemma Kelli Davidson, Granddaughter
- Percy Foster, Father
- Memorial Gathering Friday, June 8, 2018
- Rosary Friday, June 8, 2018
Bonnie Foster Renard
June 11, 2018
I met Bonnie when I worked at The Book Rack in Lafayette. Bonnie loved to read and she would come in often to look at the new releases but also to visit. I'm not the most outgoing person, but Bonnie was so easy to talk to and so funny that I couldn't help but visit right back. She soon became one of my favorite people and it wasn't just me, everyone loved her. On Friday nights the employees would go out to dinner and Bonnie would always come and have a good time with us.
Even after I got another job and moved to New Iberia, Bonnie and I still kept in touch. We'd talk on the phone every couple of months to gossip or laugh or cry, depending on what was going on at the time. She was such a warm person and I'll miss her, but I'm grateful too for having her as a friend. I just wanted to share that.