Bonnie Marie Manning

by Virginina Manning -Hamblin

Bonnie was my baby sister an she was loved not only by my family but by every one who met her and know her. She was always smiling an happy even as a baby or when she was a little girl. She loved life and lived it to the fullest. She accepted the Lord as her personal Savior at a very young age an lived each day to glorify his name. My sister had a wonderful personality an was such a joy to be around. She could always make you laugh an turn a sad day upside down. I have yet to meet any one else quite like my sister Bonnie.

I was very sad when the Lord called my sister home to be with him. I have never gotten over the fact that she is no longer with us, but she will always be my baby sister. I don't believe she would want to come back here to live after living with our heavenly father. Nor would she want us to be sad or weep for her, as hard as that is for us not to do. She waits for me in my fathers house and when my time here on this earth is done I will go to join her there. Oh what a time of rejoicing that will be, when I get to see her and my Savior too.

Any one that had the pleasure of knowing my sister can understand why I feel the way I do. She was the joy in any ones life. I love you baby Bon! Miss you so much it hurts. But I am blessed to know you are safe in the arms of God!!!! Love Jenny (Virginia)

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Jan 25, 2014
Bonnie Marie Manning
by: Kim (Shireman) Taft

Bonnie was a great girl , very friendly to everyone. My boyfriend at the time , and I use to double date with her and Mike. The day of the accident , we were all meeting at the mall in Louisville to get the guys fitted for their tuxes for the wedding. They never showed...later that night we got the call. It was devastating. Like a nightmare. Bonnie was a beautiful person, so beautiful, God called her home early.

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