Bonnie Jo Sharp

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Bonnie Jo (Wright) Sharp joined her beloved family on November 29th 2019.  Bonnie was born on September 22nd, 1941 in Kirkland Washington to Saima and  Ross  Wright.  She is preceded in death by her parents and siblings William Wright, Beverly (Robert) Reeves and Brenda (Michael) Carlisle.  She is survived by her husband of 58 years Billy Sharp and her children Deanna (John) Sloan, Billy (Tiana) Sharp and Derrick Sharp.  She is also survived by 7 grandchildren Jared, Orion, Benjamin (Shannon), Larry, Connal, Christine and  Zakerie.  She also is survived by and 6 great grandchildren Jazlyn, Gabriella, Wyatt, Morgan, Riley and Maverick.  She is also survived by her many Nieces and Nephews.
Bonnie loved to go camping and fishing but sadly was not able to participate in those joys during her last few years due to her ongoing health issues  and ultimately her terminal illness.  She also liked to pass her time shopping, crocheting or reading.  Bonnie should be remembered as an optimistic fighter.  She always had the attitude that she would do the best she could to overcome her many health issues.  
She will be forever loved and missed by all.


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  1. Bonnie and I met in Jr. High in Issaquah, WA. We became good friends and always kept in touch throughout our lives. Thanks to Bonnie and her then boyfriend, Bill, I met my future husband on a blind date. Our children played together and we enjoyed each other's company until Bill and Bonnie moved to Colorado. Bonnie is going to be missed and I send my love to her family.

  2. She was one of the sweetest person I've ever known, my mother, her sister-in-law and all of the Graham family will miss her and our condolences goes to all her family🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  3. Rest in peace Bonnie your fight is over always loved and never forgotten thank you for always being a awsome grandmother and great grandmother to my kids and grandchildren you will always always be loved by them forever in there hearts and souls until we meet again love you ❤ love Tammy , Christine , Zakerie, Gabriella,Jazlyn. 

  4. Loved Aunt Bonnie, we, meaning in San Jose with all our family. Uncle Bill was in the Navy and was stationed close so we got to visit with them often.
    I loved spending time with them, always so much fun. Donna and I aren't that much younger, which added to our fun time together.

  5. Mom you were always so positive in your fight with your multiple health issues. You will be missed so much not from only myself but Dad and Derrick as well. Your passing has left such a void in all of our lives that will only be filled with all of our memories of you. We are grateful you are no longer suffering and that you are with your family again but it doesn't make the loss any easier.
    Love you,

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