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Bonnie Wylie

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BONNIE LYNN WYLIE

(née WATSON)

June 8, 1946 - April 27, 2024

With sadness the family wishes to announce the passing of Bonnie Lynn Wylie (née Watson).  Bonnie passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 27 at St. Boniface Hospital. Bonnie’s health had failed recently even though she fought valiantly.


Bonnie graduated from Tec-Voc high school in 1964. She went on to work at a number of corporations where she was recognized as being a hard worker whose meticulous attention to detail and organizational skills were greatly appreciated. Her excellent memory meant she was the keeper of our family history and kept the rest of us up to date on our large extended family.


Bonnie raised and showed King Charles Cavalier spaniels, placing and winning in several dog shows. She proudly displayed the many ribbons won by her beloved dogs.


Bonnie leaves behind her mother, Margaret Watson; and five siblings, Laurie Watson, Janice Jansen (Frank), Jackie Hatfield (Mike), John Watson (Julia) and Rob Watson; plus five nephews and four nieces.  She was predeceased by her father, John Watson; and sister-in-law, Lorelei Watson (Rob).


A celebration of life is not planned at this time. Please take a moment to reflect on your time with Bonnie.


Bonnie’s family kindly requests that all of her friends and relatives take a few minutes to hon-our her memory by sharing photos, memories, and stories, using the comment section on this page.

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Anonymous

May 9, 2024 at 1:43 PM

To Bonnie's family - My sincere sympathy to all of you. Bonnie was my first childhood friend from the time she moved two doors over from me.  I remember knocking on her bedroom window that she shared with all her siblings to see if she was up on the weekend.  We attended school together through high school. We shared a locker in high school and she was always there with the locker open when I was gathering my books.  I never had to remember our locker combination.  Even though we didn't see one another often we shared a lasting freindship.  I admired that she was so independent.  She cared about her family and was a care giver to her mom. I will miss her birthday cards as she always remembered to send me a greeting. and our lumcheons when we caught up on news about our families. I am happy that she wasn't alone at the end and that she could count on her sisters to be there for her.  I will miss her.

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