Bonnie Lou Black

January 30, 1939August 28, 2018

Bonnie Lou Black of Rogers passed away on August 28, 2018. She was born on January 30, 1939 in Fayetteville to the late Herbert Edward and Rachel Ann Logue. Bonnie worked as a teacher in Conway at Ida Burns Elementary. She was active in the church community at the Second Baptist Church in Conway, where her husband Kendell was pastor. In Rogers she was a member of the First Baptist Church. She dedicated her life to her school, her church, and her family. Bonnie’s survivors include her sons, Dr. Randall Black (wife Cynthia) of Rogers, Kendell Ray Black (wife Azalea) of Memphis, Tenn., Lendell Black (wife Heather) of Nashville, Tenn.; grandchildren, Betsy Black, Bonnie Black Mitchell, David Black, Elizabeth Black, George Black, Nicole Leachman; siblings, Clarence Logue, Paul Logue, Ruby Logue Sullivan; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Kendell Wayne Black; and siblings, Ed Logue, Eugene Logue, Raymond Logue, Mary Cook, Mamie Smith, Robert Logue, Ann Thorpe, Gladys Bryant, Earl Logue, and Ruth Bartz. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, August 31 at Rogers First Baptist Church on Pleasant Grove Rd. Burial will take place at 2:00 p.m. at Baptist Ford Cemetery in Greenland, Ark. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Rogers First Baptist Food Pantry or to Circle of Life Hospice.


  • Dr. Randall Black
  • Kendell Ray Black
  • Lendell Black
  • Steve Rosamond
  • Jim Fitzgerald
  • David Black

  • Rogerst First Baptist Church Food Pantry
  • Circle of Life Hospice


  • Funeral Service Friday, August 31, 2018

Bonnie Lou Black

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Barbara Smith

August 31, 2018

I'm so sorry to hear of Bonnie's passing. She was loved and remembered by so many in Conway. God bless you.

Dena Hall

August 31, 2018

To the sons and families of Bonnie: I am sure none of you remember me, but I knew Bonnie from being in class with her at Second Baptist when Bro. Black was our pastor. Bonnie had the sweetest spirit of anyone I ever knew. She was a quiet, peaceful soul who would rather stay in the background than be in the limelight, but she supported Bro. Black and was so incredibly proud of her three sons and their families. We stayed in touch for a long time after she left Conway, but during the last few years due to her health and my family health issues, we failed to keep in touch. But I thought of her often. I know you grieve her passing, but you also know how wonderfully happy she is to see her beloved, Kendall, and her Lord and Savior. Your families will be in my prayers as I treasure the sweet, precious memories I have of your mother. You can be so thankful for the wonderful legacy your parents left, not only for you, but for those who knew them.

Linda Breeding

August 31, 2018

Randall, Kendell and Lindell. I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Mother. Bonnie always had a smile on her face and had a sweet sweet spirit.

Pam Lee

August 30, 2018

I received notification through Second Baptist’s Communication today and I was so saddened to hear about your mom Bonnie’s passing.
I have so many precious memories of her and your dad when he pastored our church. She was very dear to my heart.
I especially have special memories of Lendell when I taught him in the 5th and 6 th grade SS class and watched you all grow up onto wonderful men.
Please know you are in my prayers.
Love in Christ,
Pam Lee