Jack Hamilton Bonorato
January 8, 1946 – May 14, 2018
We welcome you in celebrating the life of Jack Hamilton Bonorato and the love and devotion he had for his family and friends.
Jack Bonorato was born on January 8, 1946, passed away peacefully on May 14, 2018. Jack was born in Anniston Alabama, the oldest of four brothers. As a young man, he enlisted and served honorably as a Corpsman in the Navy and Naval Reserves. His military commitment led him to Naval Station Great Lakes, where he met his wife and insisted they marry and settle so that he could experience winters in the Midwest. He was an avid Packers fan, an “up-before-dawn” fisherman, a dedicated father, and a devoted husband.
He was preceded in death by his best friend and wife, Florence Bonorato. His parents, Margaret Evelyn Dye and Jack Salvatore Bonorato. He is survived by his adoring daughters, Dr. Jaime Bonorato and Heidi (Jeremiah) Tate. His grandchildren, Angela Menoyo, Christopher Menoyo, Ireland Tate, and his namesake, Olsen Hamilton Tate. He is further survived by his brothers, Larry (Judy) Bonorato, David (Elaine) Bonorato, and Robert (Christine) Bonorato, in addition to nieces, nephews.
May your memory live on in the legacy, minds, and hearts of those who have been touched by your service to our country and those blessed to have called you son, husband, father, brother and friend.
A burial of ashes and memorial will be held in the summer of 2018 at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery 3800 E College Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110. Please contact the family directly for additional details.
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May 18, 2018
My dearest friends, wipe your tears of sadness away, for I have not left you. I live forever in your memory, and my light will always shine by the love in your hearts. Celebrate my life, but do not dwell on my passing. The end to life's calling was yet the beginning of my voyage as the angels carried me home to heaven. So if you are sorrowful, close your eyes and remember we will meet again someday on our continued journey.