Jeanne Bonnar

Jeanne Bonnar

Friday, June 19th, 1925 - Sunday, December 22nd, 2019
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Bonnar, Jeanne Daly

Peacefully, at the age of 94, passed away on Sunday, December 22nd after a brief illness. She
was the beloved wife of the late Alfred Arthur Bonnar and loving mother of son, Brian, who predeceased her, 2012.

She is fondly remembered by her Guelph caregivers and her nieces, nephews, and great
nephews in Canada, Bermuda, and Greece.

Her support team always enjoyed her kind, gentle approach to life. Cremation has taken place.
Jeanne was a World War II veteran, and donations to Support Our Troops would be
appreciated in lieu of flowers.
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Goldie MacPhee

Posted at 08:57am
Aunt Jeanne lived a full and active life. She enjoyed a happy childhood with her family; her Dad was a well-known footballer on Cape Breton Island where she was born, the youngest of four children, William, Sandy, and Anne (my mother-in-law). As a teenager Aunt Jeanne joined the Canadian Armed Forces and served with the Canadian contingent in England during World War 2. Uncle Al was also a War Vet and fought with Canadian troops in Italy. With their son Brian, they were hard-working and family-oriented. As members of the Royal Canadian Legion, many happy hours were spent at functions with family members and friends. After retirement, Aunt Jeanne and Uncle Al loved to Thank you, Aunt Jeanne, for your stories of Cape Breton, of your experiences in the Armed Forces, and all those family stories too. We enjoyed many Hawaiian pizzas, McDonald’s cheeseburgers, and fish and chips during those reminisces. …..In loving memory, Goldie, Tracy, David & Tonya and Daniel MacPhee


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