Rollins Funeral Home


Bonnie Beatrice Winchester

June 8, 1924December 31, 2020

Bonnie Beatrice Winchester age 96 is Roger's, AR passed away peacefully from Covid complications on December 31, 2020. She was born in Washburn, MO on June 8, 1924 to John and Polly Woodard. Bonnie is proceeded in death by her husband of 46 years Bill Winchester and her stepson, Randy D. Winchester. She is survived by her step daughter, Sherry Winchester Blaylock of Edmond, OK. As well as 7 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She worked at the Daisy BB Gun factory for a year and worked as a cook for the Susie Q Drive In restaurant for several years. Her greatest calling was as wife to her beloved husband, mother to 2 step children and grandmother and mentor to her extended family. Her love for her family and friends knew no limits. Bonnie loved blue grass music, square dancing, fishing on the White River, and playing games with friends and any child who wanted to play. Bonnie was a kid at heart and especially loved children. All who knew her will miss the presence of this remarkable woman. A public viewing will be from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday, January 11, in the Stateroom of Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers.


  • Public Viewing

    Monday, January 11, 2021


Bonnie Beatrice Winchester

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Geraldine Pendergraft

January 12, 2021

I have lots of good memories of Bonnie. She called me her God child. We lived as neighbors as I was growing up. Things were so different then than today. I spent many nights with her.

David Woodard

January 12, 2021

I’ll always remember Aunt Bonnie for her love of life. Just a few months ago she shared with me that she had a great life.

Loved her childhood. Had a great marriage with Uncle Bill. She loved living in Rogers. She said she wouldn’t of changed a thing.

When I was a child it was always a good time when we went to visit Aunt Bonnie. She talked real loud and was a great story teller.

Aunt Bonnie, I will miss you dearly.

Love you,

David Woodard