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 Bonita Jean <I>Zalick</I> Dyke

Bonita Jean Zalick Dyke

Birth
Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio, USA
Death 2 Dec 2016 (aged 72)
Columbiana, Columbiana County, Ohio, USA
Burial Unknown
Memorial ID 173441301 · View Source
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Bonita Jean Dyke (Zalick) On December 02, 2016 Bonnie’s children offered her hand to their father Walt, asking him to escort her into heaven, where she rejoined her daughter Amanda Jean, her father-in-law Richard and granddaughter Ashley as well as her Father Andrew and sister Shirley Manuel. Born on June 23, 1944 in Salem, Oh to the parents of Grayce (Platton) Eisley and Andrew Zalick, she was adored by siblings Norena Wilson of Lisbon, Oh Warner (Guffy) Zalick (Crystal) of Leeseburg, Florida, Jeff Zalick of East Palestine, Oh and Tina Feudale of Youngstown, Oh.
Bonnie was a beautiful and compassionate spirit, growing up she worked side by side with her parents in the family business, learning hard work and dedication as well as commitment and consideration. These values followed her throughout life as she was a valued employee of City Loan, Dick and Dot’s Grocery, Mellinger’s Nursery, and Jo-Ann Fabrics to name a few. Marrying her true love and soul mate on March 2, 1963, Bonnie and Walt shared their lives with three children. Richard Andrew (Kathy) of Negley, Ohio, Amanda Jean Reed{deceased} (Joe) of Monaca, Pa and Jennifer Lynn (Jason) Mackall of New Waterford, Ohio. Kayla Cooper (Bernie) of Leetonia, Ohio and Hunter Mackall (Heather) of Poland, Ohio and Mckennah Mackall of New Waterford, Ohio were honored to call her their Nana and she beamed with pride each time she spoke of them. Joining her family recently were great granddaughter Paislee Cooper and step-great grandchildren Autumn, Summer and Kole Cooper.
In her free time, Bonnie enjoyed making her house a home, always greeting everyone with a warm welcome and a relaxing visit on her front porch swing. She was an avid gardener and took a lot of pride in making her home beautiful and inviting. She could often be found transplanting her flowers and rearranging the stones in her creek, attending auctions with her very best friend Judi Culp and simply making each day better just by being herself.
Bonnie put up a valiant fight but ultimately succumbed to the evil known as cancer. A smile was found upon her face until the end and as her family we would like to offer our thanks to Hospice of the Valley for the role they played in making that possible, In particular Zena for her daily visits and Latrelle for making mom’s final moments as peaceful as they were, and a special thank you is offered to Pastor Bill Snyder for his compassion and spiritual guidance. As we mourn the loss of our mother we also take comfort in the knowledge that she is dancing in the heavens and rejoicing with the family members that awaited her there. A life celebrating service will be held in Bonnie’s honor at 2:00 on Saturday December 10, 2016 at the Beaver Creek Ministries Church located at 7536 Highland Ave Rogers, Ohio. Pastor Snyder will offer words of peace and encouragement as he officiates over this celebration.
Oliver 12-3-2016


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  • Created by: San
  • Added: 3 Dec 2016
  • Find A Grave Memorial 173441301
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Bonita Jean Zalick Dyke (23 Jun 1944–2 Dec 2016), Find A Grave Memorial no. 173441301, ; Maintained by San (contributor 47126670) Unknown.