Bonnie Jeanne Septer
October 9, 1940 – August 3, 2019
Bonnie Jeanne Septer, 78 of Sealy, Texas, entered into rest on August 3rd, 2019. She was born in San Francisco, California on October 9th, 1940 to parents Donald and Jeanne Angus.
Bonnie was a graduate of the Orange Coast College, from which she received a degree in Psychology and Legal Science. She was married to Richard L. Septer on October 9th, 1958.
Bonnie is survived by her husband Richard L. Septer; her children Richard, James (Kathy), Lorrie Blair, Scott (Maria), Sherri Ferraro (Mark); 8 Grandchildren and 4 Great Children.
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Bonnie Jeanne Septer
Jessica Lance (Ferraro)
August 12, 2019
My earliest memories as a child were with Grandma Bonnie, she was and still is such a big part of my childhood and life. She taught me everything I know about gardening, antiques, and has shared so much knowledge with me over the years, and introduced me to my biggest passion today, crocheting. I will always be thankful for the memories and time we shared, especially counting birds in the front yard and finger swimming in the bird bath. Thank you Grandma, for everything. I know you’re watching over my babies and will always be their guardian angel as the grow up. I love you, and always will.
August 11, 2019
I've learned so much from my beautiful, smart, passionate mother in law. We had our laughs and tears which brought us together; I will never forget the advise you gave me and wonderful family stories you shared with me. With the tips and advise you have given me and your guidance I will take care of your soulmate Richard and your Son Scott. With love and fond memories of you until we meet again. Love you MOM!
August 8, 2019
I met Bonnie for the first time in November in 1988 when I started dating her daughter Sheri.
She accepted me into her home and life and greeted me and introduced herself in a very accepting demeanor. I was impressed with her knowledge and character but she made clear to me that her daughter Sheri is everything to her and deserves the best. That was almost 32 years ago and five grand kids as of today. We had our differences but I respected her strong opinions and advice and appreciated it. I’m heartbroken with this loss for my wife and our family and will definitely miss her. You will always be in my heart and memories.