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Bonnie Jean Dodd

December 4, 1941 — April 18, 2024

Bonnie Jean Dodd took her last breath on earth April 18th, 2024 and took her first heavenly breath in the arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, while being surrounded by her family.

Bonnie Jean was born December 4th, 1941 in Verden, OK to George and Edna Bell. Bill R. Dodd was the love of her life. They were married for 32 years until Jesus called Bill home in 1987.

Bonnie’s love and dedication for Jesus and her family was immeasurable and unconditional.
● She loved going to church and was involved in many groups. She enjoyed volunteering as much as she could. Bonnie loved reading her bible, singing praises and was fervent in prayer. She was her family’s Prayer Warrior! 
● She loved spending time with family. If there was a get together - you could find her there, usually the one behind the camera - taking her “infamous” Aunt Bonnie photos.

 Her love for her children and grandchildren was endless. She instilled in them a love for Jesus, to always laugh and be silly, trust that things will work out, have self confidence, and the importance of family.

Being an auntie was at the top of her greatest loves. She had bundles of love and was proud of each and every one of her nieces and nephews.

She was a benevolent and steady sister, sister-in-law, and friend to all. She had many friends and made new ones everywhere she went.

Bonnie loved to paint, sew, draw, read, stain glass, wood carving, going to movies, watching tv, photography, going to Grand Mesa to fish, traveling, and antiquing. Goodwill was her middle name!

Bonnie climbed Mt. Diamond Head, hiked one of Colorado’s fourteeners, walked on the Great Wall of China, snorkeled the Florida waters, saw Mt. Fuji in Japan, attended two Red Rocks concerts in Colorado, and lived life to the fullest.

Bonnie was always full of laughter and always smiling. She had an infectious laugh and a funny spirit to her core. She was always positive and easy going, tender hearted, patient, compassionate, and hardworking. She was a strong woman of integrity, always quick to forgive and listen with an open heart and mind. Her constant ability to make people laugh and feel better about themselves was one of her many inherent qualities.

Bonnie Jean was preceded in death by her husband Billy R. Dodd, parents George and Edna Bell, and sisters Betty Fisher and Ruth Dutton.

Bonnie Jean leaves a legacy of son Bill Gerald (Amanda) Dodd, daughter Bonnie Michelle Dodd, Rebecca (Dennis) Tucker, sister Janet (Dick) Eisenach, brothers James Bell and Roy Bell, grandchildren Tiana, Tyler, Tanner (Aya), Jordyn, Kimberly, Shaun (Jennifer), great-grandchildren Oliva, Ellie, and Bennett
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