Bonnie Crumpler

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Jesus came to take Bonnie Crumpler home Monday, November 14, 2022.

Visitation: 12 – 2 PM Tuesday, November 22 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.

Funeral Service: 2PM Tuesday, November 22 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel. CLICK HERE to view the Live Stream of the service

Committal Service: 1PM Wednesday, November 23 at Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Abilene.

Bonnie Crumpler was born in Banner, Kansas August 20, 1926. She graduated from high school in Independence, Kansas.

She married the love of her life, James Crumpler. They spent most of their married life in Abilene, Texas. They also lived in Mt. Pleasant, and Hewitt, Texas. She loved working with children in the Nazarene Church and School. She planned amazing activities, parties and taught many children over the years.

Moving to Mt. Pleasant was a new chapter in their life. Being Watkins distributors opened the door for new friendships and exciting travels from Paris, Texas to Jamaica.

Her love of family and friends was expressed through her love of cooking, sewing, crafts and table games. It didn’t matter if it was a fish fry on the river, a big holiday meal, a church potluck or a surprise visit for a cup of coffee and a piece of pie, she loved them all. Her door was always open to everyone. The influence of her caring and giving heart was experienced by many throughout her life.

She will be greeted in Heaven by her husband, James; daughter, Cindy; loving parents; brothers, and sisters.

She is survived by her daughters, Debra and husband David Schell, Gwen and husband Jaime Miramontez; grandchildren, Danielle Schell, Darin Schell and wife Danielle, Jasmyne and Desmond Mangrum; great-grandchildren, Natalie, Lucia, Serenity, Isaac, and Dezzie.

Bonnie leaves family and friends to cherish her memory

The family wants to thank Baylor Scott and White Hospice Team and Visiting Angels.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Baylor Scott and White Hospice, Visiting Angels or Nazarene Compassionate Ministries.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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Condolence Messages

  1. Debra, Gwen and family, we send our love and prayers to you during this difficult time. Your Mom was a beautiful example of a born again Christian dedicated to serving the Lord. She has given us many beautiful memories and we thank you for sharing her with us. May God comfort and hold you in His arms. Love Linda and Gaylon

  2. Rest In Peace Bonnie, you was a beautiful soul and a blessing to all and will be missed ! My sincere condolences and prayers for you Gwen, Debra and all of your family. Love , Debby Holloway & Bill Sutton

  3. Dear Linda & Gaylon,
    Thank you so much for your thoughts and prayers.

  4. Dear Debby & Bill,
    Thank you for your thoughts & prayers.

  5. My heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Schell, Danielle and rest of family during this difficult time. Her legacy shall shine on in each of you.

  6. Bonnie was my beloved aunt, and the last person in my previous generation to die. I have always remembered her as a gentle, sweet, kind lady, who never wavered in her faith. She was married to my uncle James, and I loved them, and all their children very much. My heart and that of my wife Elizabeth go out to Debra, Gwen and all their family. St. Paul assured us that we will be reunited with Our Lord, as James’ father, my beloved grandfather LD used to say, “by and by.”

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