In Memory

Bonnie Lewis

Bonnie Lewis

Bonnie Lee Lewis(1948 - 2019)


Born on February 5, 1948 In Seattle, Bonnie Lee Lewis passed away peacefully on March 31, 2019. Bonnie grew up in Lynnwood and raised her children in Edmonds, WA. An almost four decade employee at Boeing, she was a Union Steward for IAM for the majority of that time. My mom enjoyed being outside, collecting antiques and, much to her neighbors' chagrin, admiring the family of raccoons living under her deck. She had a quick, boisterous laugh and a beautiful smile. Preceding Bonnie in death are her parents, FM and Jean Lewis; her son, Brent Anderson; her ex-husband, Doug Anderson and then most recently, her beloved pup, Mercedes. Bonnie is survived by her brother, Larry (Teresa) Lewis, her daughter, Tera (Joe) Puhlman and the absolute joy of her life, her granddaughter, Andi. Thank you to those who helped support my mom over the past few months. This includes Mountlake Terrace Plaza for helping her regain (most of) her independence and also Dr. Jay Lopez and Dr. Ming-Jei Chang who treated her with patience and dignity. An open-house celebration of life will occur on April 27, 2019 at the family home from 11am to 6pm. Please contact Tera at 425-870-1979 for details. In lieu of flowers, please consider remembering a life by helping save a life by donating to an animal welfare or rescue organization.

Published in The Herald (Everett) on Apr. 5, 2019

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04/01/19 06:12 AM #1    

Pat Echelbarger

Bonnie was always one of my friends since our sophomore year.  I called her "Screwie Lewie" because she was always laughing.  I saw her in the elevator at Steven's Hospital about 20 years ago (with Carol Oates)and I recognized her right away.  I said "Screwie Lewie, how are you doing?"  She started laughing just like always.  She was a good kid.  RIP Bonnie my friend!

04/01/19 06:23 AM #2    

Rexana Magruder (Scrimager)

So sorry to hear that. She was a lovely lady. May God comfort her family. 

04/01/19 09:50 AM #3    

Laura Konopinski (Kennedy)

So sorry to hear about her passing. 

04/01/19 02:39 PM #4    

Sheryl Krizan (Withrow)

Sorry to hear of her passing.  Bonnie lived across the street from me growing up.  Lots of memories playing outside in the neighborhood.  So glad she came to the 50th reunion.  It was nice to see her and “catch up”.  Thinking of her loved ones now. 

04/01/19 04:51 PM #5    

Ginger Jay

Bonnie and I talked almostly weekly for last few years,she had an excellent memory.
She loved her wild animals on her property,antiques, her little dog, family and putting around her house,so so glad she went to sleep and never woke up.She was not in pain but she new her fate. I wish she could have lived another 20 years watching her granddaughter grow up but it is what it is. Many memories slumber parties,babysitting, strawberry picking in Summer. Always laughing she mostly grew like an only child,her brother was not around most the time.It really feels weird not being able to hear her voice a call away.
She had to put her dog down a couple months ago so grateful for that.
I love her will miss her and know she is being cared for from the greatest.
Rest in Peace will never forget you God is in control.My friend
Glad we went to dinner one last time

04/01/19 07:46 PM #6    

Rick Doty

I was in the 7th grade with Bonnie. Miss Beaudrey’s class at LJH.  She was a lot of fun to have as a class mate.   One by one we are all going home  pretty sure it is well with Bonnie right now.  Lord Jesus Christ, son of God, maker of heaven and earth and all things, seen and unseen, bless Bonnie’s family and friends with the comfort that comes from your Holy Spirit at times like this.


04/10/19 11:18 AM #7    

James R McCann

Over the years at Boeing at Everett plant I ran into Bonnie and she was always smiling and glad to see a classmate from High school . Was great to see her at our 50th reunion also when we all went to Lynnwood  at Spaghetti house to all see Ginger one last time before she headed back home to Texas..  will miss seeing you Bonnie But you are truly home now .Bless Tera and her family also.

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