OBITUARY

Bonnie Lou Hickman

January 22, 1955July 3, 2019

Bonnie Lou Hickman, age 64, passed away on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 in Kokomo. She was born on January 22, 1955 in Kokomo, Indiana to the late Robert and Hattie (Sanders) Shutt.

On June 13, 1995, Bonnie was married to Ronnie Hickman in Kokomo, and he survives. She enjoyed watching the Indianapolis Colts and old Western movies. She was skilled in cooking, and made delicious meals for many occasions. Above all, Bonnie was very family-oriented, and loved her grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, Ronnie, Bonnie is survived by her son, Wayne Shutt; daughters, Falisha Shutt and Angela Rojas; stepsons, Troy Hickman, Ronnie Hickman Jr., and Louie Steele; stepdaughters, Brandy Catt and Mandy Catt; brother, Johnny Shutt; sisters, Joni Stover and Mary Archer; and grandchildren, Matt Cass, Zachary Shutt, Nicholas Shutt, Thomas Shutt, Gracian Guffey, Constantine Randolph, Damian Shutt, Faith Cain, Sierra Shutt, and Anna Damewood.

In addition to her parents, Bonnie was preceded in passing by a brother, Bob Shutt; and a sister, Linda Jackson.

Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home is handling services for Bonnie. There will be a celebration of life service held at a later date. Bonnie had requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to Sunset Memory Garden for funding a memorial service.

Services

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REMEMBERING

Bonnie Lou Hickman

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Annette Whiteman

July 13, 2019

Bonnie was an awesome woman.always remember doing something for someone and never say a bad word about doing anything❤RIP

Falisha Shutt

July 12, 2019

My mom was and is and always will be the strongest smartest beautiful women i ever meet i love you mom your the greatest cook mmmm so many foods and loved ut when you would take us to mississenawa resevor so much more ....i love you mom love falisha cj damien and cieara glad we were with you when you crossed over and wasnt alone.....

Seirra Shutt

July 7, 2019

She was the best mamaw and by far the best person I've ever met. When anyone in the family was struggling, she would let them stay with her even though she was also struggling. She had a HUGE heart.
I remember she would get home from work and have tea parties with me. We had this cute little blue and white teacup set and we would make paper fans and drink coffee instead of tea. It always made me feel better.
Sometimes she would take me to work with her when she worked at the Inn and she would let me get free biscuits and gravy every day. She took me to each room she did and made sure I had fun there. There's so much I can say but I guess I'm limited on how much I type. I love you mamaw. Tell Linda, Romeo, Ashley and my baby I said hi.

diana ditmore

July 6, 2019

I USE TO WORK WITH BONNIE AT A CLEANING SERVICE; MANY YEARS A GO; WE BOTH RODE OUR BIKES TO WORK; SHE WAS SUCH A GREAT LADY; WE HAD ALOT OF FUN ; SHE WILL BE MISSED; PRAYERS FOR THE FAMILY; MAY GOD BE WITH ALL OF YOU; MAY BONNIE REST IN PEACE;

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY