Bonnie Fay (Taylor) Kennedy
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Bonnie Fay (Taylor) Kennedy
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On March 21, 2011, Bonnie Fay Kennedy was called home, at the age of 91, by Jesus Christ to join Him and all of her loved ones that had gone on before her. On this day all of Heaven rejoices with her as she is joined by her husband, Howard Kennedy; parents, James Thomas Taylor Sr. and Jessie Sudie Bundy Taylor; siblings, Mary Malissa Taylor Albrecht, Leonard Taylor, Bonnell Taylor, O.N. Taylor, James Thomas Taylor Jr. and Rupert Taylor; one grandchild, Karen Janice Newsome; and one infant great-grandchild, Brooke Wright; along with many other family members and friends.

Bonnie Fay Kennedy was born on January 16, 1920, in Edna, Texas. She leaves behind three daughters, Virginia Kennedy Barnes of Longmont, Colorado, Barbara J. Caffall & husband Brodus of Houston, Texas, and Linda J. Brown & husband Ronald Blyn of Lake Jackson, Texas; grandchildren; Bryan Page Barnes & wife, Liz; Cynthia Lynn Barnes & husband Tersh Jones, John (Jay) F. Tullos, Kelley Michelle Tullos, Charles Kevin Newsome & wife, Sharon, and Thomas Wade Newsome & wife, Ginger. She also leaves behind nine great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren, along with many other family members.

Bonnie married Howard Kennedy, and they moved away from Beeville, but 15 years of marriage and three children later, they came back and lived the rest of their married life. Bonnie was a wife, mother and a homemaker. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Beeville for many years, where her parents had also been long standing members. In July of 2006, Bonnie moved to Lake Jackson, Texas, to be near her children.

We wish to thank all of the staff at Cypress Woods Care Center for their attention and care for Mother’s needs. We also wish to thank Angie Brockman who cared for her and loved her. Mother looked forward to seeing her every day at their special time together. Angie also spent many days and nights sitting with her during her illness. We also wish to thank London Smith and Betty Collier for the days and nights that they sat with her, along with A-Med Hospice for their special care of her.

Bonnie had many people of who loved and appreciated her, and she will be sorely missed by all.

A celebration of her life was held on March 24, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Galloway & Sons Funeral Home in Beeville, Texas.

In lieu of flowers a donation may be give in her name to the First Baptist Church of Beeville or the charity of your choice.

Galloway & Sons Funeral Home
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