Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary

200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, AZ


Bonnie Jeanne Scarsbrook

October 11, 1950May 17, 2020
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Bonnie Jeanne Scarsbrook died unexpectedly Sunday May 17th in Goodyear, Arizona at 69 years old.

She was born in Mount Clemens, Michigan to Calvin and Dorothy Orris. Bonnie is survived by her husband; Jerry Scarsbrook, 3 children; Deana Henn (Jeffery Henn), Vincent Scarbrook (Kris Scarsbrook), Andria Scarsbrook, and 6 grandchildren; Alexandria Burt, Christian Scarsbrook, Trystynn Burt, Matthew Scarsbrook, Morgan Scarsbrook, Samantha Burt. Bonnie was the oldest of 5 girls and will also be survived by her lovely sisters; Patricia Burgett (Ira Burgett), Debra Allen (David Allen), Pamela Karr (Sonny Karr), Dorothy Collins (Scott Collins). As well as many more nieces and nephews.

After moving to Phoenix, Arizona from Michigan with her parents and siblings she began a career in cosmetology. In addition to her career in cosmetology she had many hobbies: such as playing the accordion, sewing, and making new friends. Bonnie has made it very clear her greatest accomplishments would be her three amazing children. Bonnie and her husband Jerry have celebrated 45 kick ass years of marriage. She lived a wild outspoken life being unapologetically true to herself while loving and caring for her family. Bonnie lived her life filled with countless family gatherings, game nights, karaoke with her sisters, road trips, and sitting outside drinking a nice cold pepsi.


  • Christian Scarsbrook
  • Matthew Scarsbrook
  • Michael Smith
  • Anthony Romero
  • Bryan Burgett
  • James Crosby
  • Jason Collins
  • Bill Sienicki


  • Visitation

    Friday, May 22, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 22, 2020


Bonnie Jeanne Scarsbrook

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Larry Martino

May 24, 2020

When you called me on May 9, "Out of the Blue" I didn't realize how special it would be. We had pleasant 30 minute talk, mostly about the Children. You sound so happy and talkative. Now, I realize how special it was. Bonnie, we had our differences thru the years, Believe or not, you have special place in my Heart. God Bless You!

Mary Martinez

May 23, 2020

What a fabulous funeral service your family and your next door neighbor Pastor put on. Nobody else can get this treatment during the pandemic, but you pulled it off. I have a memory of playing Bunco when I told you that your name is Bonita and that means beautiful. I said that the name Bonita even sounds beautiful. You raised your voice and said "I hate the name Bonita and Little Mary, you better not ever call me that or I won't talk to you again. You hear me, Maria?" Of course we all laughed. You were definitely the life of the party. I look forward to the party in Heaven with you.
Love you, Little Mary

Jennifer Street

May 22, 2020

Oh Aunt Bonnie how I will miss you! I will hold closely all the memories. You are a big part of my childhood memories. I remember being at your house in your pool all summer long, all the family bbqs and you helping me with my Arkansas state report in 4th grade and helping me make a Chinese pagoda for anithwr school project. You had the best nicknames for everyone and I’ll continue calling Brinslee beautimus and telling Griffin to “Go To Bed” in your honor.

Love you always, your Jenny

Susan Dunn (Wheat)

May 22, 2020

To Patty, Debbie, Pam, and Dorothy...I am so very sorry for the loss of your sister Bonnie. I remember your home in Glendale as very busy, loud, and busting at the seams with so much LOVE! Very much like the Wheat home :) I will remember my sister Jo's story of Bonnie cutting mom's hair. She loved her so very much, she was so very brave. I pray the memories of your sister Bonnie, bring healing tears and joyful laughter in the days ahead. I will hold you all in my heart. God bless you all. Susan

Mandy James

May 22, 2020

I'm of course sad she's gone but to be honest to think of Bonnie brings an instant smile to my face because she was hilarious and honest..hilariously honest and isn't that what we all hope to have as a reaction to our memory? A huge smile smile across ones face..
xoxoxo, Mandy (Mary's oldest)

Patty Scruggs

May 21, 2020

Bonnie I will never forget how you used to call me "Crystal Parton". Rest in Peace.


May 21, 2020

Bonnie, I am so very sad that I will not hear your amazing voice of wisdom. I will miss you calling me "Wheaty". I love you and love your entire family. I will see you someday. Love Wheaty

Dorothy Collins

May 21, 2020

Bonnie, I'm going to miss you so much! We had so much fun together over the years!! You and Jerry always took me everywhere with you. I don't know how I am going to handle not being able to talk to you anytime I needed to. I love you Sister!! Give Mum and Dad a kiss for me.

Alan Smith

May 21, 2020

Hey Bonnie ,
You are with the Lord and your mom and dad. You are the only one that called me by my middle name. Thanks for cutting my hair at Bonita's. You will be missed montequilla. Love Gerard

Sandra Leonard

May 21, 2020

My cousin Bonnie was always so much fun!!! As kids we would love to go to our Gramma Groves house and get pennies from the kitchen cupboard and go to the near by store and buy penny candy!!!! We had a blast making tents over the clothes line with her old blankets, rooting around in her spare room thru all the rubble and finding treasures and playing hide and seek in her house 🏡!!!We also 💕 loved to have Hootenannies and sing 🎤 our favorite song “Wild Thing”!!!!! Hope she will find someone in heaven to do all those fun things we did as kids!!!! Only wish that we would of stayed in touch more over the years but I really enjoyed connecting with her these last few months!!!! Till we can sing “Wild Thing” together in heaven “May God Bless “you and your entire family !!!! It was great being your Cuz!!! Love 💕 you!!!


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