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In Memory of

Bonnie Lois Venturini

September 12, 1924 - September 14, 2016

Obituary


Bonnie Lois (Saueressig) Venturini, 92, of Atascadero, passed away peacefully Wednesday, September 14, 2016 with her daughters by her side in Harrison Arkansas.



Bonnie was born to the late Donald and Jessie Saueressig, of Paso Robles. Later moving to Atascadero, Bonnie graduated from Union Black High School, later known as Atascadero High School. In her early years she worked as a soda jerk at Baker’s and then for General Electric.



Bonnie married Attilio (TD) Venturini, in 1945 and they were constant companions for 67 years until his death in 2013.



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Bonnie Lois (Saueressig) Venturini, 92, of Atascadero, passed away peacefully Wednesday, September 14, 2016 with her daughters by her side in Harrison Arkansas.



Bonnie was born to the late Donald and Jessie Saueressig, of Paso Robles. Later moving to Atascadero, Bonnie graduated from Union Black High School, later known as Atascadero High School. In her early years she worked as a soda jerk at Baker’s and then for General Electric.



Bonnie married Attilio (TD) Venturini, in 1945 and they were constant companions for 67 years until his death in 2013.



Bonnie is survived by her four children: daughter JoAnn Kerley and husband Glenn Kerley, of Arkansas; son Terry Venturini and wife Teresa Venturini, of Nevada; son Mark Venturini, of California; daughter Janell Grider and husband Alan Grider, of Missouri. She is also survived by 6 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.





Bonnie was a devoted wife and mother. She loved her family and friends and hosted an annual Christmas Eve Party for over 50 years. She enjoyed many things over the years including bowling in a league, walking to stay fit and dancing.



She was a member of St Williams Catholic Church in Atascadero. As a member of the Woman of the Moose Lodge 2067 she made her way up the latter to serve as Senior Regent. As a spouse, Bonnie was a member of the VFW Auxiliary, VFW Post 2814. She volunteered many hours and helped fundraise for projects benefiting veterans.



In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to your choice -Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Wounded Warriors, or the Alzheimer’s Association.