Bonnie Lou Stotler

10/02/1941 - 12/26/2016
Service Date: 01/21/2017
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Bunker's University Chapel, 3529 E. University Dr., Mesa, Arizona

Stotler, Bonnie Lou
75, of Mesa, AZ passed away on December 26, 2016. She was the matriarch of the Phoenix clan. Bonnie touched and had a positive impact on many people. She had many valued customers from the banking industry who turned into lifelong friends. She loved to explore lighthouses and family meant everything to her. She is survived by her husband, James, her two sons, Daniel and John Brogan, stepdaughter Sherry Stotler, brothers Arlie “Bud” (Velma) Staten and Mick (Cathy) Staten and grandchildren: Sean, Michael, Kayli, Bryanna, Brandon, Taylor, Brittany, Kassey, Krissy (Richard), Harley and Kyle, and great-grandchildren: Kaydence, Mason, another Mason and Mersie. She was a surrogate grandma to Janet and Tim. She also leaves many nieces, nephews and cousins. She loved her extended family dearly. She was preceded in death by her sisters Jean, Lavonne and Judy, and brothers Barney and Jack. Visitation is scheduled for Thursday, December 29, 2016 from 11:00 to 1:00 at Bunker’s University Chapel, 3529 E. University Dr. in Mesa, AZ. The memorial service will be Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. also at Bunker’s University Chapel. Condolences may be left at www.bunkercares.com.

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  • She was a very special cousin to me. We had some great laughs at reunions and over the phone. She, Von and Judy invited me to meet them in Vegas and I never got to go when they did and that is one of my regrets because they have all passed. I loved her so much. She did love all her family (immediate and extended) and great deal. My heart is breaking. Her entire Oklahoma cousins are so very sad but know her heart was right with God and that is what we are blessed to know. May God comfort her husband, children and grand and great grandchildren. My love and prayers to all of you.

  • My condolences to the family for the loss of Bonnie Lou. May the Most High (Psalm 83:18) comfort you during this time of sorrow.

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