Survived by her husband of 40yrs David James Hughes. Loving Mother of David Hughes, Gayle Hughes, Rhonda Hashimoto (Stephen), Brian Jerow, Kim Williams (Michael) John Hughes, Kent Hebert (Dayna). Grandmother of Timothy (Christina), Sarah, Daniel, Tyler, Rachael, Kasia, Carson, Dalton, Meghan, Jacob, Jordyn, Alex and Aurora. Great Grandmother to Emma-Rose, Marshall & Lukas.
Bonnie's Legacy will live on through her Family, that cherished the time spent with her at their trailer of 40yrs Skyline Tourist Park in Ennismore, On. Where she and Dave spent many hours taking them fishing, swimming, playing baseball and Horseshoes & many campfires together. Bonnie was actively involved in organizing the weekly Euchre games at the park, and she loved getting together to play Texas hold'em and poker where most weeks she would take all of her friends’ money. But the thing she lived for the most was shuttling her Grandchildren from Hockey, Dance, Soccer, Volleyball and Baseball, and bringing them lunches when they forgot theirs at home to helping with school projects. She very rarely said no to her grandchildren. As we all know Bonnie loved her Toronto Maple Leafs, Blue Jays & Raptors. She especially loved texting her grandchildren to let them know how well her favorite player Mitch Marner was doing.
Dave & Bonnie had a difficult year having to say good-bye to their beloved Fur babies Gypsy & Halle. We would like any donations to go to the SPCA in memory of Bonnie as she truly was an animal lover to all species. Memorial donations may be made to the SPCA as an expression of sympathy in Bonnie’s memory. Friends may send condolences or make donations at www.hendrenfuneralhome.com or by calling 652-3355.
Although her passing was sudden and too quick for all of us.
We would love for you to join us in a Celebration of her life On Sept 25th, 2021 at 1pm at 920 Skyline Tourist Park, Ennismore, ON
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