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Bonnye Sue Garner

September 29, 1933November 8, 2020

Bonnye Sue Garner, 87, a resident of Garland, AL and a member of Mt. Olive West Baptist Church, passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2020. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. There will be a family graveside service that will begin at 11:00AM at Mt. Olive West Baptist Church with Andy Nichols officiating.

Bonnye Sue was born on September 29, 1933 in McKenzie, AL to the late William and Sadie Davis. She graduated from McKenzie High School in 1952 and married Daniel Leon Garner on January 24, 1953. Bonnye was a school cafeteria worker, bus driver, school office worker, teacher aide, kindergarten teacher, and a physical education teacher until she retired in 1996.

Bonnye was proceeded in death by her brothers, Joe, Levail, and O’Neal Davis. Bonnye is survived by her husband, Leon Garner; her daughter Dianna Reinhardt (Mike); her sons, Dannie Garner (Cindy) and Rickey Garner; grandchildren, Christi Nichols (Andy), Ashley Hill (Jim), Brent Reinhardt (Angela), Stacy Jinright (Carey), Erin Garner, Adam Garner, Ryan Lee (Kyle), Mandy Crowell (Jason); and twenty-three great grandchildren, Ellis, Andrew, Everett, Dakota, Aslynn, Kalynn, Jonah, Raelyn, Seth, Jacklyn, Wyatt, Haleigh, Sam, Madilyn, Ryker, Olivia, Jackson, Ada, Andi, Mason, Jamie, Silas, and Collier.

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Melissa Davis

November 15, 2020

She is the light in the gap. It shines bright and will NEVER be forgotten!!!

Rene Eubanks

November 12, 2020

From the Ord Garner family- You will be missed. Peace and comfort to your family. God Bless.

Karole Davis

November 10, 2020

*Aunt Bonnye Sue 🤗

Debra Donaldson

November 10, 2020

From James Garner Family: Rest In Peace


The Rose Beyond the Wall

A rose once grew where all could see,
Sheltered beside a garden wall.
And, as the days passed swiftly by,
It spread its branches, straight and tall...

One day, a beam of light shone through,
A crevice that had opened wide~

The rose bent gently toward it's warmth,
Then passed beyond to the other side...

Now, you who deeply feel its loss,
Be comforted ~the rose blooms there~

Its beauty even greater now,
Nurtured by God's own loving care.


Karole Davis

November 10, 2020

That welcoming, loving, look she gave you that said, I love you; Give me a hug.
I love you Aunt Bonney Sue!!!! Hugs to heaven!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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