Bonnie Kuffler


On Sunday August 11, 2013 Bonnie Kuffler of Edmonton passed away at the age of 62 years.

Bonnie will be lovingly remembered by her husband Rod; two children: Ashley, and Kyle as well as numerous relatives and friends.

She was predeceased by her parents John and Ann Harmata.

A Memorial Service will take place on Tuesday August 20, 2013 at The Woodvale Community League in the Millwoods Golf Course, 4540-50 Street, Edmonton at 11:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made directly to the University of Alberta Hospital Foundation, 9-130 CSB, 8440-112 Street, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2B7.

Serenity Funeral Service – South
5311-91 Street Edmonton, AB

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I have not seen Bonnie for many years and just learned of her death, she met you through me, and I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Rod.
Sherri Ingrey

Thelma Schwartz

Ashley, Kyle and Rod … Thinking of you all. No words can console the grief you are experiencing at this time, so sorry for your loss of a caring mother and loving wife.

Please accept my condolences

Thelma Schwartz and family

Amanda Morrow

Rod, Ashley and Kyle,

It broke my heart to hear about Bonnie. Heaven certainly did receive the best. She and I worked closely together at St. Arnaud for numerous years. She will forever be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all through this very difficult time.

Amanda Morrow

Sandy Adam

Condolences Rod to you and your Family. Sorry I didn’t get to see you both while you we’re in the Okanagan. So sorry for your loss.

Sandy adam

Bonnie Callioux

I met Bonnie through work and enjoyed the brief conversations we would have. She seemed like a no nonsense type of person. I will miss seeing and chatting with her. I will miss you, Bonnie.

Terry Thompson Schmitt

Bonnie was such a delightfully fun and great person. She has and will live on in our memories forever.

Love Terry Thompson Schmitt, Yuma, Arizona


We have so many wonderful memories of our sister-in-law and auntie to choose from but we are so grateful that Rod and Bonnie were visiting us in the Okanagan recently. We will always remember her smile and her laughter. Our hearts and love go out to my brother and niece and nephew.

Trudy, Ted, Jarod, Trenton and Chelsea

Dianne Wrigglesworth

Hearing of Bonnie’s passing has brought forth a flood of memories. Memories of good times, years ago – teaching together at Rutherford, cooking and sharing wonderful meals, exchanging recipes, laughter. We shopped for baby clothes and looked forward to the arrival of our babies. And when they did arrive, there were birthday parties, and picnics, camp, visits to the zoo.
Bonnie and Rod were there when we got married on Christmas Eve. Then for many Christmas Eves to follow would attend our family gatherings. Bonnie always contributed a delicious dish to the meal. One year she brought a beautiful mud pie. It was frozen so hard she struggled and struggled to get it sliced. A lot of laughter ensued.
Warren, Bonnie and I went to listen to Rod’s band play. We had dinner parties until it became too much with the kids.
Later we seemed to go our different ways. The children were busy with their own activities and we lived across the city from each other. But I thought of the Kufflers often and always meant to call and catch up. In recent years I hadn’t called and I regret it.
Bonnie was a kind, generous friend. I remember her sense of humour and her quickness to laugh. She loved family.

Our condolences to Rod, Ashley and Kyle. We are so sorry for your loss.

We will remember Bonnie with love.
Dianne and Warren Wrigglesworth and Susan

Katie Shaw

I have so many memories of Bonnie it is hard to choose which one to share. She was one of the “Block Moms” – always watching out for one of the 12+ kids on 51st. She would bring us drinks and snacks when playing games on the front step and always wore a huge smile. Bonnie would also cheer me on at dance competitions whenever Ash and I were in the same show. Once I moved out of my childhood home my one regret was never visiting the neighbours when I came home to see my parents. I hadn’t seen Bonnie in a few years and wish in my heart of hearts I had. Thankfully I have recently reconnected with Ashley and have been a strong support for her through this. (At least I’m trying to be.) All my love to the many she left behind. xxoo Katie

Larry Guthrie

So sorry to hear the news about Bonnie. She was a very nice lady and I know she was the light of my friend Rod’s life. Please accept our condolences to you and your family Rod.

Larry & Linda Guthrie

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