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Bonnie Guggenberger

BISMARCK – Bonnie Jean Guggenberger, of Bismarck, passed away on June 3, 2005, at the NHC Health Care of Desloge, at the age of 80. She was born on November 21, 1924, in Bell City, Missouri.

She was preceeded in death by her parents, Elsie Wright and George DeLay, her adopted parents Emma Henson and Joe Limp, one brother, Albert (Buddie) DeLay, one sister, Glenna Lochbihler, one infant son, Daniel Lee Guggenberger, one infant granddaughter, Aubrey Guggenberger and brother-in-law Marvin Guggenberger.

She is survived by her husband Ralph Guggenberger of Bismarck, three sons, Mark (Debbie) Guggenberger of Bonne Terre, Joe Guggenberger of Overland Park, KS, and Andrew (Erin) Guggenberger of St. Louis. One great-granddaughter, Alivia Simily of Bonne Terre. Four brothers, Robert (Marcella) Shaw of Desloge, Harold Richardson of Granite City, IL, James (Henrietta) DeLay of Advance, John David (Jeannie) Limp of Fair Grove, MO. Four sisters, Pauline Rivituso of St. Louis, Margaret Harris, of Excelsior Springs, MO, Thelma Graef of Liberty, MO, and Dottie LittleJohn of Crystal Lakes, MO. Brother-in-law Ed (Brenda) Guggenberger, Bismarck, sister-in-law Illa Van Alstine, St. Charles and sister-in-law Betty DeLay, Tilden, IL. Many nieces and nephews, and a host of beloved friends.

Bonnie was one of the last charter members of the Eastside Church of God, Leadwood, MO. She accepted the Lord at the age of 11 and lived her life dedicated to him. She has touched many lives through her Sunday School Classes and her years of service with the West County School District as custodian and bus driver. She was a devout servant of our Lord Jesus Christ and has traded her life on earth for an eternal life in Heaven.

Friends may call at the Boyoer Funeral Home in Desloge.

Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at C.Z. Boyer & Son, Desloge. Visitation from 9 a.m. to service time Tuesday at the East Side Church of God in Leadwood. Services, 1 p.m. Tuesday at Leadwood East Side Church of God. Interment, Bismarck Masonic Cemetery.

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