OBITUARY

Bonnie Sue Fontaine

November 8, 1955October 8, 2021
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Bonnie Sue Fontaine, age 65 of Roseville, Michigan, passed away Friday October 8, 2021, at Ascension St. John Hospital in Warren, Michigan. Bonnie was born November 8, 1955 in Nashville, Tennessee, the daughter of the late Lloyd Eugene Rodgers and the late Louise Marie Rodgers (nee: LaBranche).

Bonnie’s family eventually migrated to Michigan where Bonnie was raised and later graduated from Detroit’s Servite Catholic High School. Following high school Bonnie lived her life like most other young women of the era. She married and later became a mother of two wonderful sons.

Bonnie would later meet the love of her life with Jeffrey Lubaski, sharing their years together in Roseville, Michigan. Bonnie was the consummate “stay at home” Mom, raising her sons and constantly tending to her home and decorating for the holidays.

Bonnie and Jeff enjoyed their time out on Lake St. Clair boating along with entertaining friends and family at Sassy’s Marina. Bonnie experienced some health issues which impacted her abilities; however it never took away her love for her cherished family. Bonnie was truly the “Matriarch” of her family. She cared for her sons, and later her grandchildren, and even many friends’ children over the years. Bonnie continued her love of all the holidays celebrating with her family, however now the family will have an angel above to celebrate from Heaven.

Bonnie was the beloved wife of Jeffrey Lubaski, and the dear mother of Ronald (Tammy) Fontaine, and David (Lindsay) Fontaine. Bonnie was the loving Grandma of Autumn, Alyssa, Kaliy, Caleb, Aubree, and Macie. She is further survived by her siblings, Shirley (Mike) Gagnon, Harold (Becky) Rodgers, and many loving family members and friends. Visitation for Bonnie will be held on Friday from 3-9pm at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile). Bonnie will lie in state Saturday 10am at Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church, 22310 E. 13 Mile Road, St. Clair Shores, MI 48082. Officiating the Funeral Services will be Reverend Robert Brannon. Please add memories of Bonnie below.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, October 15, 2021

  • Lying In-State

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

Memories

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kaliy fontaine

October 14, 2021

hey beautiful i know you are going to be watching over all of us and every step of the way through life now. you were taken way too soon for us… sometimes things happen when you least expect it and this was definitely one of them. i know you’re so happy to talk and be with grandma now i’m sure she’s missed you so much too. tell her we all said hi and that we love her. growing up i had the best grandma to look up to :) you were so amazing to us and all of the times we spent at your house i don’t know how you didn’t wanna get rid of us. i’ll never forget your hot dogs and mac and cheese, making fun of me for using ranch with hot dogs, curling your hair with lue, making deserts all together with papa… these things i will always cherish forever. you were genuinely the best grandma, mom to my dad, and so much more to everyone else. we miss you and love you to the moon and back.. i’ll be watching for those rainbows and know it’s you :) i love you ,thank you for raising me to be the girl i am today. fly high my beautiful angel ❤️

Jeff Lubaski

October 13, 2021

Well Bon where do I start, how do I finish. Decades have passed in the blink of an eye. Complete with all the highs and lows some more than others. We were never rich in anything but millionaires in love. You were always there for me and I was always there for you. You introduced me to two young boys who turned out to be two outstanding young men that I am proud to call my son’s. They in turn gave me four beautiful granddaughters, complete with my new extended family. The house is now empty as I have no one to care for. But it’s not considered work if you love what you do. The hole in my heart and life will never be filled. I know you will walk with me through my struggles ahead and there will be many. I wish I could hold you one more time and tell you how much I love you. That day will come and it will be pain free for you. I promise promise promise we will be together again.

I love you Bon,
Your Jeff

Alyssa Fontaine

October 13, 2021

Grandma, i don’t even know where to start, you were the best role model any grand daughter could ever ask for. you took such good care of us girls ever since i can remember. you would always go out of your way to do what was best for us. i’m so sad your gone but so happy your not in pain and suffering anymore. i love you so so much. i’m so glad i got to call you my grandma ❤️
-Alyssa

Autumn Fontaine

October 13, 2021

Gram and us grandkids ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Ashley Warren

October 12, 2021

Bonnie was like a second mother to me during most of my teenage years. I've since lost touch with her & am so saddened to hear of her passing too soon. I'll never forget her nurturing nature & always knowing the right thing to say. She had the best giggle and was an awesome cook who would always make a pork steak with cheesy potatoes for me whenever I asked. Bonnie was truly an amazing lady & I am so sorry to all the family during this difficult time. Jeffro, I'm happy to hear you were by her side all this time, please keep being "a Grizzly". Sending love & prayers.

Ron Fontaine

October 12, 2021

Dave Fontaine

October 11, 2021

Well mom i would have never thought that such a great mother like you would have to leave us so early in life but it was your time grandma and God wanted you and now no more suffering you can rest easy. I want to thank you for rasing us and being the best mother you could be to me Ronnie you gave us everything you could and not only that you were such a great person and would do anything for anyone, you were loved by so many. I also want to thank you for being the best grandma to our daughters they love you so much.I love you with all my heart and can't wait to see you again up in heaven 💔💔😢.

Christine Baltes

October 11, 2021

Aunt Bonnie was so blessed to have Uncle Jeff by her side all these years. His unwavering love and support will not be forgotten. They really were a perfect match. I know that Aunt Bonnie and Uncle Jeff will be reunited one day. From the whole family, we really cannot thank Uncle Jeff enough for the way he truly loved Aunt Bonnie. Uncle Jeff you are one in a million. We love you.

Allen &Loretta Murphy

October 10, 2021

From the very first day me and Lori moved next door you and Jeff treated us like family, me and Lori will miss all the talks we shared, watching your grandchildren grow up,playing on the swings in the backyard the holidays we had together, it sure was fun. We love you Bonnie. I'm sure that some day we will see you again.

Your neighbors Lori and Al



Ron Fontaine

October 10, 2021

Mom I don’t even know where to start you have been a wonderful mother to us you always made sure you did everything you could for me and David also the kids you were the best grandma anyone could ask for I know you were in a lot of pain and now god has taken you no more pain and suffering tell we meet again mom you are the best mother we could of asked for I love you so much mom love Ronnie

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