OBITUARY

Bonnie Jean Boling

December 20, 1930April 22, 2021
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Mrs. Bonnie Jean Gray (Boling), age 90, died peacefully on April 22, 2021.

Bonnie was born on December 20, 1930 in Kansas City, Kansas to Arthur LeRoy Gray and Margaret R. Schenck. She graduated from Kansas City Kansas Public High School on May 28th, 1948 with a High School Diploma. Bonnie Boling married Philip T. Boling on June 7th, 1955. After moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico, Philip began working for Sandia Laboratories as an Electrical Engineer. Over a 3-year period, the couple had two children. Bonnie was a homemaker, seamstress and enjoyed gardening, softball and bowling.

Bonnie is preceded in death by her husband, Philip T. Boling, Kansas City, Missouri and her oldest son, James P. Boling and daughter-in-law Terri L. Boling, Pleasant Hill, Missouri.

Bonnie is survived by her youngest son and daughter-in-law, Thomas A. and Machelle L. Boling, Kansas City, Missouri. Also, Bonnie is survived by her grandson and spouse, Jeremy and Kasey Boling, Kansas City, Missouri and grandson, James Robert Boling of Little Rock, Arkansas. She is also survived by great-grandchildren, Beckett, Chaney and Lincoln Boling of Kansas City, Missouri.

Visitation is scheduled for Saturday May 8th, 2021 at 10:00 am at McGilley Antioch Chapel, 3325 NE Vivion Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64119 with Memorial Service to follow. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Bonnie’s life.

The family would especially like to thank Lisa and Katty with Kansas City Hospice and Palliative Care for their dedicated efforts.

Bonnie's family has given White Chapel Funeral Home the privilege of caring for her and for them.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

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Linda Crenshaw

April 26, 2021

I have had some wonderful conversations with Bonnie that I will always treasure. She was the kind of person that was always interested in your family and what was going on in your life. She loved asking questions about my mom and my grandma and I have probably told her more stories about my own family that I have anyone else on earth! She was always so kind and understanding...A great listener! And she always shared how much it meant to her to have Tom and Machelle to help her! She appreciated being able to stay in her own home and I will treasure all those visits I was able to enjoy with her. I wish her family my heartfelt condolences.

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Bonnie's Mother - Margaret R. Schenck

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Bonnie Jean Gray - 1932 - 2 Years Old

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Bonnie's High School Sports Letter Award - 1948

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1953 State Women's Pin Championship Kansas City Star Newspaper Clipping

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1953 Bowling Title Picture - Bonnie in Center

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Bonnie at Work

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Bonnie - Swimsuit Edition

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1954 - Bonnie and Phil

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Bonnie's Mother - Margaret R. Schenck

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Bonnie Jean Gray - 1932 - 2 Years Old

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Bonnie's High School Sports Letter Award - 1948

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1953 State Women's Pin Championship Kansas City Star Newspaper Clipping

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1953 Bowling Title Picture - Bonnie in Center

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Bonnie at Work

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Bonnie - Swimsuit Edition

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1954 - Bonnie and Phil

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Bonnie in her Wedding Dress