Lavonne Rosalean Rickard "Bonnie" Abner

  • Born: October 26, 1932
  • Died: December 13, 2017
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Wilson St Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory - Chapel of the Chimes

1234 Prospect St
Indianapolis, IN 46203

Tel. (317) 632-9431

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Bonnie R. Abner,
85 of Indianapolis, IN passed away December 13, 2017. She was born in Indianapolis to the late Leroy H. & Lena M. (Clark) Rickard. She was the widow of Adolph Abner. She was a former member of New Hope Baptist Church. Bonnie is survived by her children, Winona (Frank) Wilson, Neal (Patty) Abner, Michael Abner, Sandra (Lonnie) Groenenboom, Marguerite Collins, Carol Brickart, 21 grandchildren, 44 great grandchildren, 5-great great grandchildren, brothers Danny and Terry Rickard. Besides her husband she is preceded in death her sons, Anderson and Joseph Scott Abner. Services will be held on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 1PM at Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory- Chapel of the Chimes with visitation there Monday, December 18th 4-8 PM. Bonnie will be laid to rest at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, IN.


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Aunt Bonnie, I guess the lord was finally ready for another angel in heaven. You will be missed and remembered fondly by all that loved you. Your niece Barbara

Posted by Barbara Warner - Indianapolis, IN - Family   December 16, 2017

God bless the wonderful, loving lady that was so much a friend.I remember her fondly speaking of her husband, children, and all those sweet grandkids. She was one of a kind! I count myself blessed to have known her these 36 years.Our prayers to each as memories abound of her love for each of you.

Posted by Karhy Ramey - Indianapolis, IN - Neighbor   December 15, 2017

Jeannie I am so sorry for you loss. My prayers are with you all. She was a amazing woman. God Bless

Posted by Martie Belcher Sexton - Greenfield, IN - Family Friend   December 15, 2017

I am so sorry for your loss. I know what a hard thing this is going to be for all of you. Just remember to lean on each other and your friends.....it will be so comforting to you. I remember your mom being funny and feisty! It had been a long time since I had seen her, but that's how I remember her. She was something else! My prayers and thoughts are with you all as you go through this trying time. Lots of love to all of you. Linda (Groenenboom) Johnson (Lonnie's sister).

Posted by Linda Johnson - Otisco, IN - Sister   December 15, 2017


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