OBITUARY

Bonnie Faye Botvin

November 23, 1926November 1, 2018
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Bonnie Faye Botvin passed on November 1, 2018, at the age of 91 in Clearwater, Florida. She lived most of her life in Gastonia, NC., daughter of James Alexander King and Olive Jane King and the the 11th of twelve children. Her youngest sibling, Dorothy King Ransom, survives her. She is survived by three of her four children George Terry Ransom, Constance Ann Jessup and Kimberly Ransom. One son, Jeffrey Alan Ransom is deceased. Bonnie has one granddaughter, Nicole Bracket, and two great grandsons, Tyler Faulkner and Cole Bracket. She loved music and was talented playing the piano, as well as singing. Bonnie was born in Alto, Georgia and had a beautiful “alto” voice. Bonnie volunteered singing and playing at area nursing homes. She was a much loved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. The world will not be the same without her kindness and exceptional sense of humor.

Visitation and service will be at Serenity Funeral Home, 13401 Indian Rocks Rd, Largo, FL 33774, 727-562-2080, on Friday, November 9th. Visitation from 1-2pm, and service will follow at 2pm. Services will performed by Pastor Rob Beswetherick from First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks where Bonnie was a member for 29 years.

  • FAMILY

  • James Alexander King, Father
  • Olive Jane King, Mother
  • Jeffrey Alan Ransom, Son
  • George Terry Ransom, Son
  • Constance Ann Jessup, Daughter
  • Kimberly Ransom, Daughter
  • Dorothy King Ransom, Sister
  • One granddaughter; Nicole Bracket

    Two Great grandsons; Tyler Faulkner and Cole Bracket.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Bonnie Faye Botvin

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Nila Ransom Postupack

November 16, 2018

My Aunt Bonnie is one of the true loves of my life. Always an optimist, always wanted to be positive and to project happiness. She never wanted to be around anyone who was “acting ugly”. She was always there for me. She always had me laughing , even when I was just a little kid. My Aunt Bonnie was a natural comedian. Aunt Bonnie also loved music. Singing was something we often did when we got together. Bonnie Faye could drop perfect harmony in on my voice when we sang. It amazed me that she just knew instinctively where to land. Perhaps it was just because she was so in tune all the way around. It takes a lot of wisdom to know what is important in life . Bonnie Faye knew that it was family, laughter and making that *joyful noise*. I know there are quite a few “always” appearing in this tribute. It’s because I will “always” be grateful, “always” make a joyful noise because of you and will “always” carry you close in my heart. I love you so very much Aunt Bonnie . “Always... “

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Biography

Bonnie Faye Botvin passed on November 1, 2018, at the age of 91 in Clearwater, Florida. She lived most of her life in Gastonia, NC., daughter of James Alexander King and Olive Jane King and the the 11th of twelve children. Her youngest sibling, Dorothy King Ransom, survives her. She is survived by three of her four children George Terry Ransom, Constance Ann Jessup and Kimberly Ransom. One son,
Jeffrey Alan Ransom is deceased. Bonnie has one granddaughter, Nicole Bracket, and two great grandsons, Tyler Faulkner and Cole Bracket. She loved music and was talented playing the piano, as well as singing. Bonnie was born in Alto, Georgia and had a beautiful “alto” voice. Bonnie volunteered singing and playing at area nursing homes. She was a much loved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. The world will not be the same without her kindness and exceptional sense of humor.

Visitation and service will be at Serenity Funeral Home, 13401 Indian Rocks Rd, Largo, FL 33774, 727-562-2080, on Friday, November 9th. Visitation from 1-2pm, and service will follow at 2pm. Services will performed by Pastor Rob Beswetherick from First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks where Bonnie was a member for 29 years.