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BONNIE JOAN BONDZUK
Date of Passing: Jan 06, 2022Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
BONNIE JOAN BONDZUK
It is with profound sadness that the family of Bonnie Joan Bondzuk announces her passing at the age of 69 on January 6, 2022.
Bonnie was born on May 3, 1952 in Dauphin, Manitoba, and moved to Winnipeg as a child with her family. Bonnie remained in Winnipeg while raising her son Troy and this is where she met Bill, nearly 40 years ago. Bonnie continued to live in close proximity to Winnipeg while working at All Canadian Emblem until 2010, when she and Bill moved to Grandview, Manitoba. They both started on a new career path, working as Health Care Aides at the Grandview Personal Care Home. With her friendly and caring nature, this new career was well suited to Bonnie
Bonnie leaves to mourn, her husband Bill Pietryk and son Troy Pongracz (Shelly). She also leaves her sister Shirley Flammon, brother Rick Bondzuk (Gwen) and many nieces, nephew and great-nieces/nephews. She is also greatly missed by her dogs, Bella and Zoe.
At Bonnie's request, there will not be a service. In lieu of flowers, the family would gratefully accept donations to Parkland Humane Society Inc.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 13, 2022
Condolences & Memories (7 entries)
I loved Bonnie from the first time I met her. Only seen each other very few times. But if she was your friend loyalty came with it. Bill we are sure thinking of you. - Posted by: Betty Morran (Friend) on: Jan 15, 2022
We never lose the ones we love. They are with us every day – listening, calming, caring, reassuring, and always loving. Bonnie is someone we love. Her kindness, thoughtfulness and good nature are the qualities of a loving soul. To Bill, Troy and Shelly, Shirley, Rick & Gwen, and of course Bella and Zoe, Bonnie is never far away. And Bill, we’re always here for you. Your loving brother Brian and sister-in-law Eugena, New Westminster, BC - Posted by: Brian & Eugena (Brother and sister-in-law) on: Jan 14, 2022
Dear Troy Shelly and Bill, Our deepest and sincere sympathy on your loss. Bonnie was such a lovely lady. She had such a zest for life. She has left us with many happy memories from when Uncle Geza was young right up to when I joined the family. My fondest memory was the party after Troy and Shellys wedding. A beautiful setting in Winnipeg Beach and a big pig roast what a wonderful time we all had. This kind caring woman will truly be missed by all. May all your cherished memories help comfort you at this difficult time. Heaven has gained a shining star. All our love Geza and Gloria Pongracz and family - Posted by: Gloria Geza Pongracz (Relative) on: Jan 14, 2022
Barb and I were very saddened to receive Bill's telephone call that Bonnie had passed. Bonnie was full of life and always smiling and laughing with her family. When her father married my mother, she became my family's young sister. Our sincere condolences to Bill and son Troy & (Shelly), sister Shirley and brother Rick & (Gwen). May God comfort them for their loss. Jim & Barb Campbell - Posted by: Jim Campbell (family) on: Jan 14, 2022
It had been a long time since I'd seen Bonnie but this news still hits very hard. A lovely, outgoing person I was fortunate to know through work and became friends with. The circumstances of her passing let's us know how cruel and sudden life can be. Sincere condolences to Bill, Troy and all her family and friends. That warm smile will be very much missed. - Posted by: Alan Perun (Friend) on: Jan 13, 2022
Troy, I'm with you all the way buddy, I share the pain: that's as tough as anything gets. Your mom looks so amazing in and out, no wonder she has a wonderful son and we get to see her through you. Hang in there. - Posted by: Jean-Francois Lavallee (Friend) on: Jan 13, 2022
I met Bonnie & Troy over 45 years ago when they moved in next door to my Mother's home in Elmwood. We became good friends, and I enjoyed time spent with Troy. We were both single mothers and gave each other much needed friendship. As often happens; we each met partners and lost touch. I'm happy to know that she found contentment with Bill and a career she enjoyed. Troy, I am sorry for your loss and hope you find strength in your memories. M. Zarrillo & family - Posted by: Mary Zarrillo (Friend) on: Jan 13, 2022
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