Bonnie King Obituary, Death – My mother reached out to me this morning to tell me some incredibly upsetting news that no one ever wants to hear and that no one ever expects to hear. Despite the fact that I couldn’t comprehend what she was saying, she told me that her best friend from when they were both young and in school had passed away in a tragic and abrupt manner this morning.
Not only was Bonnie a fantastic friend to me, but she was also like a second mother to me while I was developing into adulthood. She was a terrific friend to a large number of other people as well. In your day, you were a fantastic and marvelous example of a lady. You weren’t simply a friend to us; rather, in a very real sense, you became a member of our family.
This is something we will always remember about you. Because I am so profoundly grieved and because, despite my illness, I continue to live in a state of denial, I feel as though I am in a nightmare from which I must awaken, I am at a loss for words. The combination of these two factors has made me feel as though I am currently living through a nightmare from which I need to wake up.
I am also speaking for my mother since she is unable to do so at this time because I am speaking on her behalf. I am speaking for my mother because she is unable to do so at this time. She anticipates each and every one of your everyday talks with a great lot of enthusiasm because she values your company so highly. You are going to be missed tremendously in every possible way.
Everyone who ever had a conversation with you or engaged in activity with you recalls having a good time as a direct result of your presence. Literally. Because of the help and motivation that you gave to my mother during a difficult time in her life, she was able to pull through and emerge stronger on the other side. You were the person she turned to for daily comedy, emotional release, and other things that only the two of you knew the details of.