|Birth: ||Apr. 17, 1983|
|Death: ||Aug. 6, 1989|
Bonnie was a sweet shy child and yet a total ham in front of a camera. She loved school and couldn't wait to learn to read.
Bonnie was the beloved granddaughter of Albert Duane Nichols, Elnora Jeanetta (Curry) Nichols, Burl Dewey "Bud" and Daisy Ann (Teter) Wilson. She and Jessica Marie Wilson were not only sisters but also best friends.
Bonnie loved to collect rocks, particularly those containing iron pyrite, or "fool's gold". When the concrete pad was poured for the markers, her parents embedded some of Bonnie's favorite rocks in the wet concrete. Those containing the fool's gold have rusted in the subsequent years causing the discoloration on the base of the stone.
Bonnie's family extends their deep appreciation to Corey for the sponsorship of this memorial.
On back of stone
Bonnie and Jessi
One brunette, one blonde,
One shy, one outgoing.
Our girls were so different
And yet so much alike.
Sometimes they were identical;
Other times, night and day.
Bonnie preferred being indoors,
Jessi was always outside.
Always sharing their clothes,
And a love for Barbie dolls and books.
Bonnie was quiet and reserved,
Jessi was daring and vivacious.
Both loved animals and songs.
Our girls were loving and sweet.
They were sisters and friends.
Giggling and laughing as only girls do.
Bonnie and Jessi brought us joy,
Gave us kisses, hugs, and love.
Our girls were precious and precocious,
Each touched our lives in a unique way.
Bonnie enjoyed riding bikes and drawing,
Jessi delighted in running and dolls.
Each was special and very much loved.
They were our girls
Bonnie and Jessi.
Hill City Cemetery
Created by: Diehard
Record added: Jan 27, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13139867
Added: Jul. 10, 2014
Happy 31st birthday, Bonnie. It's hard to imagine who you would be today. In my mind, you're still a little girl.|
Added: Apr. 17, 2014
Added: Feb. 20, 2014
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