Frances Bonilla

October 24, 1935March 9, 2019

Frances Bonilla was born on October 24, 1935 and passed away on March 9, 2019.


  • Scottish Rite's Children Hospital


  • Visitation Thursday, March 14, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, March 14, 2019
  • Burial Ceremony Thursday, March 14, 2019

Frances Bonilla

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Janette Cox Perez

March 14, 2019

Dear Aunt Frances,

You were not technically my aunt, but that never mattered to either of us. You always loved and treated me like family, and you were always a part of mine. I will miss you. Even though you're no longer with us, you will still always be a part of every one of my holiday dinners. You taught me how to bake the perfect turkey - and I still do every time. But my favorite memories are of your laugh, all those times that you laughed so hard and so long and you giggled like a little school girl. Your eyes would light up with the shine of 1,000 candles, and I could see them sparkle and gleam from a mile away. I will hold the sound of your giggles forever in my heart. You were also sensitive. Even when I would try to hide that I was upset, you would know and talk to me until I told you what was wrong. You loved deeply, and I loved you deeply in return. And until the day he dies, you will always be Harold's bride.

Stacie Cash

March 12, 2019

Mrs. Bonilla was always a bright moment in my day when she would come by to see me at our local Kroger. I will miss our smiles, laughter, and her stories. She had an infectious JOY about her and I will miss her so much. I will be praying for the family as you celebrate her life. God Bless ❤️

debra cox

March 11, 2019

@unt (fr@nces ) ; sweet ,kind ,thoughtful tow@rds others, sh@ring ,giving, @lw@ys there for you .she @lw@ys thought she h@d to give you something if you g@ve her something .she @lw@ys remembered my gr@ndchildren (bre@nn@ & jessic@ ) every holid@ys they love her so much. this l@dy w@s strong till the end. no m@tter the p@in she w@s going thur she pushed h@rd to the finish. she loved her f@mily so much especi@lly her husb@nd (h@rold ) even @t the end she told me not to forget him .it w@s @ blessing to be @ble to spend time during her p@ssing being with f@mily @nd her keeping us on our toes. this w@s one tough cookie . she will be missed de@rly @nd @t christm@s her gre@t b@n@n@ nut c@ke plenty of nuts she didnt me@sure the @mount. yummy ...... st@n &debr@ @nn , will @lw@ys keep @ speci@l pl@ce in our he@rt. no more p@in rest in pe@ce till we meet @g@in my be@utiful @unt.................

Sandy Gomez

March 11, 2019

Frances was a sweet beautiful lady. Always smiling and cheerful. Her witty personality could be seen. I enjoyed speaking with her every time I saw her. She was beautiful inside as well as outside. She will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to all the Bonilla family. Fly high Frances💜💜