Bonnie K. Mangun

Born: 10/20/1949 Passed:

On Thursday, August 22, 2019, Bonnie K. Mangun, age 69 of Louisville, Ohio passed away peacefully, at home, surrounded by her loving husband and children following a long battle with cancer. Bonnie was born October 20, 1949 in Robere’, Bolivia, South America. She lived a life devoted to God, family and friends. She was respected and admired by not only her husband and children, but anyone who came in contact with her. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, sewing, making and collecting dolls as well as crocheting.

Bonnie will be lovingly remembered by her husband, of 47 years, Daniel L. Mangun; two daughters, Laura L. (Christopher) Stump of Uniontown and Marita K. (Patrick) Lones of Louisville; two sons, Dustin D. (Stacy) Mangun of Massillon and David L. Mangun of Louisville. She will also be forever remembered by her six grandchildren, Jordan and Anna Stump, Marissa Lones, Colt, Aubrey and Craig Mangun; her mother, Evelyn Ruth Ziegler; her two brothers, Mervin (Rosemary) and Merle (Kim) Ziegler; three sisters, Beth Trimble, Becky (Robert) Lamb and Beverly (John) Kniowski; brother-in-law, John (Carol) Mangun; sister-in-law, Sharon (Robert) McEntire and many nieces and nephews.

Bonnie was preceded in death by her father, Carl Emerson Ziegler and brother-in-law, Mark Trimble.

Bonnie’s family will receive friends Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 9 am – 11 am at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, Ohio. Services will be held at 11:30 am at the funeral home with Pastor Mike Harmon officiating. Interment will follow in Westview Cemetery in Carrollton, Ohio. In Lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the family to help defray medical costs.

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3 Tributes to Bonnie K. Mangun

  1. Jeannette and Lonnie Hunt says:

    So sorry for loss praying for all of you. Love you Martia, Marrisa.

    • Judy Lundquist says:

      Bonnie was a very sweet, kind person who who I got to know as a neighbor. Our children played together and ran back and forth between our houses. We shared many phone conversations and walks around the block as we discussed our thoughts, concerns and joys in life. I will always consider her a significant part of my life. Thank you Bonnie for your friendship. I will miss you dearly, but rejoice in the knowledge that you are at peace in heaven.

  2. The Arthur Mangun Family: Alice, Judy & Clyde, Nancy & Lee, Dave & Jan says:

    Our condolences to Dan and family for the loss of Bonnie. She was a great lady and will leave a void in all of our hearts. May the bond of family, friends and faith help guide you through this time of grief. While we are unable to attend the memorial service for Bonnie, please know that our hearts will be there with you.

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