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Condolences for La Vonne (Bonnie) Miller


I have so many wonderful memories of neighbor Bonnie! I can still hear her yelling "Todd Cary Miller" which meant he needed to go home NOW! All the ladies' neighborhood birthday parties with the yummy homemade cake . . . Bonnie and my mom cackling together as they played endless games of Euchre. Mom always said Bonnie would keep playing cards until they won, no matter how late it would make supper! It's especially poignant that Bonnie's passing coincided with the end of the old farm house. It will be difficult to drive by there the first few times. Living out of the area, I can easily imagine it's still there . . . and Bonnie, too. God blesses us in countless ways. His best gift of course was the gift of His Son, but perhaps the next best gift is the gift of families and friends and the time spent together and the memories made. I was blessed to grow up with so many great neighbors. My heartfelt sympathy to all Bonnie's family, friends and neighbors. God bless all. - Jane
From Jane (Tichenor) Amble

During my high school years back in the 60's, I worked at Kapanke's IGA store. I worked there for over 4 years and I remember many people from that time. One that stands out over most of them is Bonnie Miller! When she came in the store, her and George (young George) always had the place rocking with laughter. NEVER a dull moment when Bonnie came in. My condolences to all in the Miller family. Gary 'Speed' Althoff
From Gary J. Althoff

We are so very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. God bless.
From Neil & Vickie Bain

Sarah and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Your grandma sounded like very a special person. We can tell by how much you love her, she had a hugely positive impact on the lives of people she cared for. Praying for your family and for you all to smile when remembering the joy she brought to your lives. Love, Faith & Eric
From Faith & Eric Thomas

"When tomorrow starts without me and I’m not there to see.... don’t think we’re far apart, for every time you think of me, I’m right here in your heart." Bonnie was dearly loved by all who knew her. She had a way of drawing people in with her warmth, quick wit and keen sense of humor. Bonnie was a great listener, never judging, and always providing encouragement and sound advice...Her strong faith and love of family will live on through her children and grandchildren, having been such a huge presence in their lives. NO GREATER WORDS could be said about this lovely lady. My deepest sympathy to Herbert and the entire family. HUGS and PRAYERS. RIP, Bonnie.
From Janet K Allen

Remembering the many times I visited on the farm. So sorry to hear of your loss, you will be remembered in our prayers
From Ronald Wolff