Bonnie Ruth DeWinter

Bonnie DeWinter, 93, Kansas City, Mo passed away March 30, 2018 at her home. Visitation will be held from 10-11 AM Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at Ivanhoe United Church of Christ 6512 Woodson Road, Raytown, Mo 64133.  Funeral service will follow at 11 AM at the church with an interment immediately following the funeral service at Floral Hills Cemetery.   Bonnie was born May 29, 1924, in Ottumwa, IA to Harry and Ivah (Best) Daugherty.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years Donald H. DeWinter, a daughter Linda Kay, a son Robert Eugene, her parents, 3 brothers and 5 sisters.
She survived by two daughters; Paula Crouch and Tammy DeWinter, grandchildren; Larisa Pugh and Marshall Crouch, great-grandsons D.J. Pugh (Mandy) and Cody Pugh, a great-great granddaughter Samantha Glover, a brother Max Daugherty, a brother in law Robert DeWinter and many nieces and nephews.
Bonnie was employed as a checker with Safeway Grocery Store and Cascio Food Mart until her retirement in 1985. Following her retirement, she simply enjoyed being a mother, Nanny and Big Nan.   She became a member of Ivanhoe United Church of Christ in 1987.
Memorial Contributions should be made to Great Lakes Caring Hospice or Ivanhoe United Church of Christ.


  1. Love, Karolyn and Jim on April 2, 2018 at 3:56 pm

    Aunt Bonnie will be missed! We enjoyed many get togethers at her place, she was a wonderful cook and great hostess. Always enjoyed getting together with all the family. Really regret that we will not be able to attend her visitation and funeral, Jim is still recovering from pneumonia, and is not allowed to travel. So sorry, regrets to Tammy, Paula and family!

  2. Camille McMickle on April 10, 2018 at 6:41 pm

    Bonnie has been my neighbor for over 13 years. I always loved talking with her in the front yard and her watching my son grow up. I think he knew how to say “Hi Bonnie” just as early as he knew to call my mother MaGrand ( his nickname for my mom). I remember how excited he was when she invited us over to swim! He had a ball! I couldn’t have asked for a sweeter and better neighbor than Bonnie. She looked out for us and I will miss her dearly! To Tammy and Paula and the whole DeWinter family I am so very sorry for your loss and you all are in my prayers. God bless.

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