GORDON, Bonnie Gaye

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Bonnie Gaye Gordon on January 16, 2021 at the age of 73.

Bonnie was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister, but most of all, a caring, beautiful, and gracious woman who touched many lives.

The family would like to thank all the staff at Westview Health Care (Hospice) in Stony Plain, Alberta, for the excellent care for the time she was there.

Upon her request, there will be no funeral service. A celebration of her life will follow at a later date.

Bonnie is survived by her husband Rick, daughter Julie, three grandchildren; Rob, Lacy, Josh, and four great grandchildren; Nyla, Nova, Aubree, Landon, and sisters; Cherryl and Lynn.

We would like to thank family members and many friends and caregivers who kept Bonnie comfortable and cared for.

Thank you!

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel
780-477-7500

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Rick Gordon

Bonnie and I were together for 33 years wow! seems a lifetime ago.
She walked tall carrying a calmness and positivity with her, which reflected on her friends and family who knew her.
No matter what issues came about in our lives she always had the answer, of giving me a hug and kiss saying things will work out and they did.
It’s been such an Honor being Bonnie’s husband, she was Brave, Strong , Beautiful and my Friend , what a lucky man I was.
Thankyou, Love always my Bonnie Love always .

Lacy Short

I will always remember your laugh, smile, kind heart and kindness. You were such a strong woman and someone I always looked up to. Your selflessness and kindness is something I will always hold onto. I am grateful for all the childhood memories with you and Grandpa Rick. You are and always will be missed.
I love you Granny. R.I.P

Jared brennan

Growing up, Aunt Bonnie (BonBon) was my friend. She was funny and smart, caring and witty. As classy and full of grace as she was, she always maintained the heart of a child. She was gregarious and her and Uncle Rick were the perfect foils for each other. As I got older and lived thru my own mistakes and losses, seeing the dignified way that Bonnie handled hers was inspirational. Furthermore, Bonnie was a warrior. She was afflicted with a terrible illness and she faced every moment head on, and did so with the same dignity and grace that she maintained her whole life. I don’t throw the word hero around much. Moving forward in my life I will look to her for guidance and to find kindness, love and forgiveness in tough situations. Hero isn’t a light word, but it fits right on the button.
So you go see my dad at the gates, go for a walk and catch up… its been too long.
See you over the moon, where the pigs fly
Love Jared

Joeann Denney

I feel very blessed that I had the opportunity to meet and spend time with Bonnie.
I was her HCA for 3 years but more than that we became good friends.
My heart is deeply sadden but at the same time I know she is not suffering anymore and is now resting in god’s arms!
My thoughts and prayers go out to Rick, Julie and family

CHERRYL PRENEVOST

I was truly blessed to have a sister like Bonnie. We were born one year and eight days apart. Henry and I enjoyed many good times with Rick and Bonnie, What a fun couple to be with. Will miss Bonnies warmth and beautiful being that she became over the years. She married a wonderful man and had a amazing daughter (Julie) and adorable grandchildren and great grandchildren. I will always keep you close in my heart until we meet again. Love you forever my little Sister.

Sheila Killoran

In every story told, every memory shared…Bonnie’s light still shines. I remember her beautiful smile.
Wishing you comfort at this sad time. Our deepest condolences Rick and family.
Love Sheila, Jeff, and Rowan.

Lynda Brennan

Happy was the day that Bonnie married my brother to become my sister-in-law, so beautiful inside and out. There are too many words to describe her generous, fun, loving, gracious kind, happy-just a few. She brought joy to our family gatherings here and at Sylvan Lake. Silliness too, like using rubber horseshoes to win a tournament! We had some really good times (and some sad, too), but Bonnie was always encouraging and supportive. I will miss her always – a shining light.
Condolences also go out to Julie and her family.

Barbara Campbell

As Rick’s cousin Barbara, from Saskatoon, I did not know Bonnie well. But I know she was the love of Rick’s life and a great support to him. I am very grateful for Bonnie’s love in our family. I also remember that she was a very loyal long term employee in healthcare administration. Rest in Peace Bonnie, And my sympathies to cousin Rick, Julie and the family.

Merlene Bridges

To my dearest friend of 43 years. I thank God that he had blessed me with a very special friend. You and I have shared so much together. Through the laughter and the tears, the good times and the bad, our friendship stood the test of time and has provided me with a virtual library of memories to draw from when I am missing you. The fact that you’re no longer here will always cause me pain, but you’re forever in my heart, until you and I meet again. With much love, your friend always, Merlene

My sincere condolences to Rick, Julie and their families.

Gloria Short

Dearest Rick Julie Lacy Robbie and all the precious great grandchildren. You were always a joy to be around. We enjoyed every moment. You are at piece now with no more suffering. Our deepest condolences and love to all of you.
Love Iain and Gloria ❤

Karin & Ivan Magdee

Dear Julie and Family ,
Our deepest sympathies to you and your Family . It is with the great sadness in my heart as I read of her passing . I have fond memories of your Mom .

Peace be with you . Karin & Ivan

Laurie McGregor

To my cousin Julie I send my condolences. Aunt Bonnie was a huge influence in my life when I was a young girl. I will always remember her warm smile and infectious laugh . RIP Auntie fly with the Angles . You were always stunning in white ♥️

Julie Hunt

I miss you mom . I miss sharing pictures and videos with you. I miss watching our favourite shows together. I miss all our talks and laughs. But at the same time I am happy that God finally took you Home. You suffered so much for so long and now finally you are free from pain. You and Josh are together enjoying all God has created in Heaven and that makes me smile. I love you mom and I know without a doubt that I will see you again

Christine Eyre

I am so grateful that I got to spend time with Bonnie. We shared many laughs and many tears. May you fly free Bonnie.❤ My deepest condolances to Rick, Julie and family. I pray that you have peace in your hearts.

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