April 17, 1949 ~ May 18, 2022

Born in: CO
Resided in: CO

Service for Bonny Beth Edwards:

Bonny Beth Edwards, born April 17, 1949, left this world on May 18, 2022. She was preceded in death and there to welcome her to heaven is her husband of 41 years, Daniel G. Edwards. Left to honor Bonny’s life and mourn her death is their son, Bradley Craig Edwards, whom she loved more than her own life.

She is also survived by her best friends Mathew M. “Butch” and Sherry Mraovich, and their children Matt & Michele Mraovich, Tom & Cori Mraovich, Casey & Jill Mraovich.

Preceded in death by mother Ethel M. Peters and step-father Owen R. Peters as well as brother-in-law Ronnie C. Edwards and sister-in-law Susan J. Jacobs.

Survived by siblings Sharon (Bruce) McMullen, Barbara Reed (both of Pueblo), Jack Reed (California), Sandra (Mike) McDaniel (Colorado Springs), Tanya (Bill) Matthews (Clearwater, FL) and Oscar (Rene) Peters (Denver); sister-in-law, Lesa Peters (Denver).

Special grandchildren Kayleigh (Chris) Dionisio, Mathew Mraovich & Leah Neumann, Shayla Mraovich, and her godson Devon Mraovich, and very special great-granddaughters Karleigh and Madison Dionisio and great-grandsons Cash and Hank Mraovich. She loved her sugar plums.

Sister-in-law Carolyn Edwards (Halsey, NE), brother-in-law and sisterin-law Raymond and Sherry Edwards (Hillsboro, KS)

Nieces and Nephews:

Christa (Joshua) Calderon (Denver); Seth Peters (Wisconsin); Jason and Scott Tompkins (Pueblo); Candace Stafford (Florida); Delaine, Vicki, Stefanie; Crystal (Tom) Brown; Ray, Joy, Theo, Amanda and Paula.

Bonny worked 14 years at the Pueblo Depot Activity before transferring to Fort Carson where she worked another 10 years as the Secretary to various Colonels in charge of the Dental Headquarters. She retired as Office Manager at Vegas Verdes Elementary School from the Clark County School District in Las Vegas. After Dan’s death, she and Brad moved back to Pueblo where they enjoyed life with their many friends and family.

Service will be held at 11:00 AM Friday, May 27, 2022, at Montgomery Steward, 1317 North Main, Pueblo, CO 81003 with a reception to follow.

The family asks attendees to wear purple (Bonny’s favorite) or Broncos (Brad’s favorite) attire.

Please forward condolences to the Mraovich Family at 25349 Pleasantview Pl, Pueblo, CO 81006.

If desired, friends may make memorial contributions to Colorado Bluesky, 2510 Oakshire Lane, Pueblo, CO 81001.


Memorial Service: May 27, 2022 11:00 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. I first met Bonny through working with her husband Dan at Piggott ES in Las Vegas. He was an amazing 5th grade teacher and I was the Office Manager. Bonny was like a kindred spirit and we quickly formed a bond, helping each other and sharing stories during our office manager days. I loved the beautiful family that they were, and had so much fun sharing in their love of Christmas. Brad is a pure joy and was always a big part of everything they did.
    May you rest in peace Bonny. Prayers for the family, and may special blessings be bestowed upon Brad and Tanya and Bill Matthews for your continued care.
    A heartfelt thank you to Sandra McDaniel for contacting me. That was incredibly thoughtful.

  2. Tanny, Sanny, and family. My deepest sympathies to you and your entire family during this difficult time. Please let me know if I can do anything to help. Your friend always, Wadene & John Bloms

  3. We became acquainted as sister in laws but became sisters at heart over the years. Bonny was loving, kind, generous, funny, and faithful. Can’t wait to be reunited in heaven.

  4. CandleImageYou were one of the most amazing Auntie’s that a girl could ask for and gave me a lifetime of memories to hold onto. I will continue missing you but know that with your memory, I keep you with me always.
    Sending all of my love and support to my incredible cousin Brad, my Mom Barb, all of my Aunts & Uncles, and the numerous of families and friends she touched in her years on this earth in the time of sorrow & healing. ♥

  5. Barbs, I send my sincere sympathy and condolences to you over the loss of your sister and I also send my love to you

  6. CandleImageBonny was the most kind hearted person. I will deeply miss her cards. She was my office manager at Vegas Verdes ES and I feel so blessed that our paths crossed. You’re in my thoughts and prayers, Brad. Blessings to all. Psalm 34:18

  7. Revelation 21:4 – “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”

    Praying for God to comfort you all in your time of sorrow. So sorry for the loss of your beautiful sister, Tanya.

  8. What a caring lady. Got many cards for all occasions. She put a smile on my face. My thoughts and prayers to Brad and all of her family.

  9. Bonny was a great lady. I will miss her. My thoughts are with Brad and the rest of her family.

  10. CandleImageAngel Alice Bintz and Family send thoughts and prayers to all of Bonny’s Family during this difficult time. Bonny will be deeply missed. She was an amazing individual. Love to Brad and all of Bonny’s family.

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