Bonnie Gayle Peacock
Bossier City, LA – A celebration of life service for Bonnie Gayle Allen Peacock will be held on Sunday, April 24th at 3pm at Barksdale United Methodist Church in Bossier City, LA with Pastor Kendall Docter officiating. Bonnie has requested that colorful clothes be worn to her service. Following the service, interment will be held at Hillcrest Cemetery in Haughton, LA. A reception will be held at Barksdale United Methodist Church after burial for all who want to come and continue in sharing our special memories of Bonnie. Pallbearers are Corbett Best, Walter Cavalier, Earl Heppe, Joe Peach, Robert Peacock, and James Wark.
Bonnie went to be with her heavenly Father April 17th while surrounded by her family.
Bonnie was born to Alfred and Bronice Allen May 12, 1951 in Bernice, LA. She was a resident of Bossier City and was a dedicated employee of the Bossier City Walmart “Walmark” for 19 years.
Bonnie loved playing bingo at the Knights of Columbus, traveling, shopping, watching Young and the Restless, Price is Right, NCIS and planting flowers. She was known for her kindness toward others, always wearing her earrings, being “Granny” to her two grand-children and respected and loved by all who knew her.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband of 41 years, Carl E. Peacock, a baby son, 6 brothers and one sister.
She is survived by her daughter, Tammy Mayeaux and son-inlaw Scott Mayeaux; 2 grand-children, Jacob and Natalie Mayeaux; her son, Karl Peacock; sister, Peggy Barlow; aunt, Lydia Ross Lindsey; brother in-law, Robert Peacock; sisters-in-law, Mary Lockart and Linda Martin, nieces Lisa Best and Laura Garner. She has several other nieces, nephews, and cousins. Bonnie’s best friends were Sam and Peggy McCarley of Arkansas and Diane Peach of Bossier City. She also had many very special friends. A special thank you goes out to her sister Peggy Barlow, friends Laura Heppe and Sandi Freeman and all her many friends at Walmart “Walmark” for your help during Bonnie’s illness. She appreciated and loved every single one of you. Special thank you to Barksdale United Methodist Church, Baylor Medical Center in Dallas, and Willis Knighton Bossier for the special care, treatment and prayers.
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Memorial Funeral Home