OBITUARY

Bonnie June Hoff

July 17, 1928October 10, 2020

Bonnie June Hoff, 92, of Scottsbluff passed away peacefully on October 10, 2020 at Monument Rehab and Care Center. Visitation will be Friday October 16th from 4-6 pm. Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 2 p.m. at Dugan Kramer Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In-lieu of flowers, memorials can be given to the family to be decided later.

Bonnie was born July 17, 1928 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska to Arthur W. and Osie L. (Prouty) Provance. At the age of 19, Bonnie accepted the Lord Jesus as her personal Savior and was baptized. She graduated from Scottsbluff High School in 1946. Bonnie married Victor Hoff on March 14, 1947. To this union was born four daughters: Patty, Judi, Vicki, and Cheri.

Bonnie helped on the farm working alongside her husband Vic raising corn, beans, and sugar beets. She took a job at the Sunflower School cafeteria where upon she attended college to earn her certification as a Manager/Nutrition Specialist. Bonnie worked at Sunflower for 6 years. When Sunflower closed, she went to work at the Lake Alice cafeteria for the next 24 years and following that 6 years at the Bluffs Middle School cafeteria. Bonnie, along with her husband Vic, did many soup suppers that had quite a reputation along with homemade cinnamon bread, rye and French bread.

Bonnie held offices on the state Food Service Executive Board for 32 years. During this time, she attended many State and National conferences. Bonnie was a 4-H leader for 24 years. She was active in many church programs over the years teaching Sunday school, VBS, and served as Sunday School Superintendent and Director of Womens’ programs.

Bonnie ran a Cake Decorating business out of her home along with a custom sewing business. She decorated wedding cakes, custom birthday cakes and cakes for most any occasion. Bonnie and Vic were avid motorcyclists’ and belonged to the Christian Motorcycle association. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends. She will be missed as well as her cakes and bread.

Bonnie is survived by daughters: Judi (Steve) Hiegel; Vicki (Doug) Keener all of Mitchell; Cheri Splichal of Grand Island. Grand children: Deana (John) French of North Richland Hills, TX; Trevor (Christina) Hiegel of Laramie, WY; Dayna (Troy) Dondelinger of Gering; Allison (Kevin) Uglow of Grand Island; Dustan (Michelle) Keener of Mitchell; and Chase (Chelsie) Splichal of Dickinson, ND. Great-grandchildren: Tyler, Kaitlyn and Brenden Keener of Mitchell; Liam and Daxton French of North Richland Hills, TX; Thaddia Splichal of Dickinson, ND; and Kashton Uglow of Grand Island. Brother Larry (Thelma) Provance of Chadron and several nieces and nephews.

Preceding her in death: husband Victor; infant daughter Patty; her parents; sister Sharon Gutherie; and son-in-law Allen Splichal.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, October 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

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  • Graveside Burial

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

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Nanette Swanson

October 16, 2020

Aunt Bonnie, as I called her was an amazing woman! I learned many things from her: sewing, cooking and crafting. She had a great sense of humor and told the best stories! I remember how she could draw anything ! We had so much fun at the Mother/Daughter banquets we attended. My grandma, mom and sister, along with Aunt Bonnie and cousins Judy, Vicki and Cheri would spend the evening talking and laughing at silly things. As an adult one great memory that stands out was a card she sent me. My family had traveled to Disneyland and could not fly home because of a terrible fire. When she heard this story she quoted the song "Smoke gets in your eyes" by the Platters to me. In true fashion, she found humor in the situation and knew I would appreciate it too!
Among her goals in life were two that stand out: to serve her God, her family and her community, and to make others happy. She accomplished this and so much more. She will be missed until we meet again.

Sheila (Poole) Dunn

October 16, 2020

So many memories of your mom and all the things she did. I'd forgotten all the activities she was involved in. What a great woman she was!

Heather Donahue Jackson

October 14, 2020

Bonnie was the cook at Lake Alice for as long as I can remember. My favorite memory is when Bonnie took all of the 8th graders to Rapid City for the Food Expo. I had never been to one and it was amazing. It was so much fun. After the expo she let us go to the mall before heading back home. It was one of my best memories from 8th grade year. My mom worked with her in the school kitchen for years. Bonnie was a great woman.

Jeannette Citta

October 13, 2020

Bonnie was always a joy to pickup and deliver to Minument Bible , she will be missed , but the joy she has NOW in the presence of Jesus far out passes our grief, , Prayers for all her family

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