God bless! Bonnie was truly remarkable and enriched the lives of everyone who knew her. She stayed positive and uplifting despite what she had to endure. Bonnie was warm, funny, enthusiastic and yet thoughtful and people gravitated to her bright spirit. My deepest sympathy I felt such sorrow in my heart.
Great memories, great team. We are all better because we knew you. Get email updates about Bonnie Beachy delivered directly to your inbox. Bonnie was 57 and courageously battled ovarian cancer for over 12 years. Beachy and Carole J.
Leonard Bogan. She was born into a military family and spent her early years in Okinawa, where her father was stationed. The family next moved to Ohio where Bonnie would ultimately achieve great success in athletics and education. Bonnie developed her athletic prowess on the playgrounds and tennis courts of Struthers, Ohio with her brothers. She received excellent coaching from Richard Prest basketball and Dean Burns tennis.
She also was an outstanding softball player, competing in state and national championships and earned eleven letters in basketball, tennis, track and field.
Bonnie was inducted into the Struthers Hall of Fame in and her legacy lives on today. While at KSU, Bonnie held 23 school records. She was a rare two sport Division 1 athlete who also excelled in tennis and earned seven athletic letters.
She will be forever remembered for her athletic achievements. Bonnie was an admired leader in the community and was well respected by co-workers, parents and students. At risk and special needs students all loved Ms. She was a very passionate, hardworking and caring coach, teacher, and administrator. Bonnie loved animals and was an advocate of protecting them from abuse. She volunteered and supported Hee Haw Ranch, an equine rescue and sanctuary. She was tireless in her support of the Hempstead Ranch and in received the Spirit Award.
Bonnie was a world traveler, always ready for adventure. She explored many beaches, casinos and mountains around the world. She loved the Houston Texans, tailgating and hosted many parties celebrating their victories. She was also an avid fan of the WNBA and professional tennis. Bonnie also loved going to concerts and Melissa Etheridge, a cancer survivor, was her favorite. In June, Bonnie had one of her last wishes fulfilled by friends and hospital staff.mail2.mccurdycandler.com/36.php
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They made special arrangements for Bonnie to go to the concert and she got to talk with Melissa privately. When Bonnie discovered she had cancer, she was presented with the ultimate challenge. She was not angry and bitter and she did not allow her illness to define her. She loved deeper, embraced family and friends, enjoyed laughter and appreciated every moment of every day.
In , Bonnie was honored to address the Kent State student-athletes as a distinguished speaker for the Starner Speaker Series. In July when Bonnie entered hospice, she personally said goodbye to family and friends. Bonnie dearly loved her nieces and nephews and was proud of their many accomplishments. She was their role model and inspiration.
Bonnie was a cherished daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She was preceded in death by her father, Jack W. Bridget Beachy and her husband Dr. David E. Bauman, Jr. Bonnie had many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins in Ohio, Texas and Illinois. The family would like to thank the loving care Bonnie received from the doctors and nurses at MD Anderson and the compassionate caretakers of Hospice Compassus.
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