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Bonnie Manski

March 2, 1942 — January 13, 2024


Bonnie Manski

Bonnie Manski, a beloved member of the community, bid farewell this world on January 13, 2024, at the age of 81. She was born on March 2, 1942, and throughout her life touched the hearts of many with her kindness, compassion, and devotion to others.

Bonnie's love for volunteering knew no bounds. She selflessly dedicated her time and effort to various organizations including the Sebring Civic Center, the Sebring Pool, and Meals on Wheels. Her commitment to helping those in need was truly admirable, and she made a significant impact on the lives of many individuals within the community.

Not only did Bonnie have a passion for helping people, but she also had a deep love for animals. She cherished their company and found solace in their presence. Many will remember her as an animal lover whose heart knew no bounds when it came to our furry friends.

Bonnie's journey took an unexpected turn when she met Frank while fishing. Their connection bloomed into a lifelong partnership filled with unwavering love and support. Frank became more than just a husband – he became Bonnie's rock and constant companion throughout their journey together.

Preceeding her in death was her loving husband Frank, and Bonnie's for dear mother Lula and father Frances. 

Bonnie's warm spirit extended beyond familial connections. Sheila Strawser and Elva Summers held special places in her heart as trusted friends who provided companionship, love, and unwavering support during both joyous and challenging times.

As we gather to celebrate the life of Bonnie Manski, we will come together for a Funeral service at Highland Memorial Park Chapel in Beloit on January 17th, 2024 at 1pm.The Service It is a time for us to reflect upon the beautiful memories we shared with Bonnie and find solace in the fact that her legacy will continue to inspire and touch the lives of others.

In remembrance of Bonnie, let us honor her selfless spirit by carrying forward her acts of kindness, compassion, and love. She has left an indelible mark on our hearts, and though she may no longer be with us physically, her spirit will forever guide us. May we find comfort in knowing that Bonnie's legacy will continue to shine brightly within the community she cherished so deeply.

Rest in peace, dear Bonnie Manski. Arrangements are entrusted to Dean's Funeral Home Sebring, Ohio.

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Past Services

Graveside Service

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Starts at 1:00 pm (Eastern time)

Graveside Memorial Service (Highland Memorial Park, Beloit)


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