Bonny S. Hoeft
October 6, 1946 - January 11, 2020
Nicholas Dion DeFiore
Carol Cottrell
Keith R Cory
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Bonny S. Hoeft, age 73, was called home to our Lord on January 11, 2020.  Born October 6, 1946, graduate of Berlin High School, Bonny was the beloved soul mate and wife of Donald Hoeft, of Sherwood, for sixteen wonderful years. Bonny is survived by two sisters; Mary [Barnes] Otto and Kim Cory, two brothers;…

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Don left a message on January 20, 2020:
My wife, Bonny, was my "SoulMate" and stabilizer through each and every day. When we married in 2004, she asked me again what "SoulMate" meant. But over the years and with a playful smile, Bonny would often comment, "You read my mind!" as I would feel the same toward her. I miss our harmonious bond, all the good times, and the abundant hugs and prayers we shared with our Lord. Bonny's sensitivity to life was a part of her until her last breath. She enhanced my faith and love of others, which will forever be with me 'til we meet again. So many times, as we walked hand-in-hand through the valley of death, we were comforted by the many prayers lifted on our behalf and through the Lord's goodness and love. My darling Bonny, you are missed and my heart is breaking, yet I know that you are in a far better place and we will be together again, in celebration. One day at a time, the Lord, you, and I, along with so many others whose paths crossed with ours, we have made this a better world. For this I am truly grateful...and Bonny... I will always love you.
Kim Cory left a message on January 19, 2020:
Don, Your love for Bonny has always been overflowing & obvious to all. I know she, too, realized what a blessing you were and felt so thankful that you brought joy back into her life. May you find comfort in knowing that everything you could, you did...and all the love you had, you gave. Bonny passed from your hands to God's and is now beholding His glory. There is no greater comfort than this! Thank you for all you did. May memories of all the good times shared with Bonny and God's love now bring you comfort and peace.
Nicholas Dion DeFiore left a message on January 18, 2020:
My condolences to everyone. She will be missed and I am grateful for her giving me life and having the time to put closure on everything. That is what unconditional love is. I truly believe she is in a better place with God's Grace. God is the Divine Infinity. This is what my mother taught me at an early age. I am very humbled to be her son.
Mike Clochesy left a message on January 16, 2020:
Don so sorry for your loss. Bunny will be missed. Take care of yourself and call me when you are up to it. Bonny is in a much better place.
Carol Cottrell left a message on January 15, 2020:
So sorry for your loss Don. Prayers your way. Your Sherwood Lake Breeze neighbors.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Ginger and Lynn Moss left a message on January 15, 2020:
There are no words on how we feel of the loss of Bonny. I feel so bad that I won’t be able to be there to say good bye to a super friend. Don you are in my thoughts and prayers and will be talking to you as soon as things calm down. Love and kisses, Ginger and Lynn Moss
Michael Williams left a message on January 15, 2020:
Thanks to your parents and mine for spending so much time together. We had the joy of growing up together, so we are more like brothers and sisters. Sorry to hear about your loss, I think about all of you all the time. Good though, no more pain. Stay in touch, take care. Cousin Michael
Keith R Cory left a message on January 15, 2020:
I will always remember my wonderful sister Bonny and her beloved appreciation for nature and it's beauty. She had an unbelievable love for all animal and would actually cry if one was hurt or injured in any way. Bonny's cooking and baking were greatly appreciated by all in the family and we new it would be delicious if Bonny created it. Bonny also had impeccable taste when it came to many forms of art, whether it be home decoration, holiday decorating, or just being creative for any of the many occasions she enjoyed so much. She was my sweet "little sister" and I was always her "teddy bear" brother. I will miss her with all my heart and soul. May she rest and find happiness forever more in the arms of our Lord God.
Wayne and Karen Williams left a message on January 14, 2020:
Sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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