Bonnie Anderson, 64Bonnie Kay Anderson, 64, Alexandria, died December 28, 2009.
Bonnie Kay Anderson, 64, Alexandria, died December 28, 2009.
Bonnie was born December 21, 1945 in Hancock to Fremont and Myrna (Scott) Mero. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Morris. Bonnie graduated from Morris High School in 1963.
On February 22, 1964, Bonnie was united in marriage to Robert Henrichs. To this union two sons were born, Shane and Mike. In 1975, Bonnie was married to Leo Sauer in Alexandria. In 1986, she married Ronald Anderson in Glenwood.
During her lifetime, Bonnie managed a gas station, worked various retail jobs and for 10 years was an employee of 3M, before purchasing her own business: Alex Sport and Tackle. She retired in the late 1990s due to health issues.
Bonnie enjoyed making floral arrangements for weddings and funerals and loved antiques. Bonnie’s grandchildren were her pride and joy and she would call her granddaughters “Grandma’s Little Angels.”
She is survived by two sons, Shane and Lisa Henrichs of Evansville, Mike Henrichs and Darcy Frank of St. Cloud; five grandchildren, Justin, Carley, Jordan, Annabella and Natalie; three sisters, Betty and Alan Shaw of Faribault, Sally and Donald Meyer of Battle Lake, and Sonja and LeRoy Meyer of Morris.
She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Bufford and Monte.
Funeral services were held on Thursday, December 31 at Calvary Covenant Church in Evansville. Pallbearers were Shane Henrichs, Mike Henrichs, Jordan Henrichs, Justin Henrichs, Jim Dresch and Alan Shaw. Honorary pallbearers were Carley Henrichs, Annabella Henrichs and Natalie Henrichs.
Arrangements are with Anderson Funeral Home in Alexandria; www.andersonfuneral.net.
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