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Bonnie D. Johnson
Bonnie D. Johnson, 78, of Keokuk, IA, died Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at the Keokuk Area Hospital in Keokuk, Iowa.
She was born February 28, 1930 in Keokuk, IA, the daughter of Harrison and Laura Wallis McIntosh. On August 4, 1945, she was united in marriage to Carl Johnson in Kahoka, Missouri. He preceded her in death on January 4, 2002.
Bonnie loved her family deeply and was very proud of them and always made her family the number one priority in her life. She always had a smile and encouraging word for everyone.
She lived an incredible life filled with all of the wonderful things she enjoyed. One of her greatest joys was spending quality time with her family. She felt blessed to have such a legacy of children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. She showed her love for them by cooking and baking their favorite dishes and treats. She will be long remembered for her delicious gifts from the heart.
Left to remember all of the loving ways she touched their lives are her two daughters, Sharon Trone and her husband David and Billie Jean Hyatt and her husband Dale all of Keokuk, IA, a son, James Johnson of Callao, MO, seven grandchildren, Danny Trone and his wife Patricia, Carmen Jones, Jason Trone and his wife Melissa, Bonnie Bartles and her companion Carson Eversmeyer, Roberta Palmer and her husband Christopher, Jimmy Johnson and his wife Nicole, and Carl Johnson and his fiancée Miriam Suter, thirteen great grandchildren, four great great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Besides her husband she was also preceded in death by her parents, a daughter in infancy, a granddaughter, Tammy Newlon, a great grandson, Lantz Eversmeyer and three brothers and two sisters.
Graveside services were held 11 a.m. Friday at the Oakland Cemetery in Keokuk, IA.
Gathering of Remembrance was held from 6 – 8 p.m. Thursday at the Vigen Memorial Home in Kahoka, Missouri with family meeting with friends at that time.
Online condolences may be made to the family at www.vigenmemorialhome.com