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Bonnie Lou (Ward) Webb

Bonnie Lou (Ward) Webb

, 64, of Arizona City, Arizona went missing in Arizona on March 31st, 2019. Her truck was found abandoned on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation on April 3rd, 2019. Bonnie’s remains were found on May 14th 2019, located 2 miles south of her truck, also on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation. How Bonnie Lou left this life is undetermined. She was born in Chandler, Arizona on November 18th, 1954 to the late Robert and Opal (Alexander) Ward. She is survived by her son, Michael Wayne Webb, her daughter, Cynthia Marie Webb. Three Grandsons; Michael Stewart, Trace Webb and Dylan Webb. Two Granddaughters; Journee Webb and Brianna Webb. Two brothers and their spouses; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lee Ward and Mr. & Mrs. Larry Ward. Nieces; Chrissy Ward McAlpin, Tracy Wensel, Kelly Mcanally, Birdie Blackie, Tabitha McGillvray, Renee Hollaway. Nephews; Bryan Kenner and Gary Ward Jr. Bonnie was very much loved and has a host of family and friends too numerous to name. She is preceded in death by her husband Albert Webb, her parents Robert and Opal Ward, sisters; Audrey Kennedy and Betty Anderson; and her brother Gary Ward. Bonnie Lou married the love of her life Albert Webb on January 14th, 1974 and had two beautiful children that she loved dearly. They blessed her with beautiful grand-babies that Bonnie loved to the moon and back! She was stubborn, strong minded and never backed down from a fight. She had a green thumb and enjoyed surrounding herself with red roses, sunflowers and had a love for frogs! There was never a job she couldn’t do! Bonnie Lou loved spoiling her dogs by feeding them hotdogs, amongst other things! She also loved her vanilla ice cream with coke, and would absolutely refuse to share with anybody!!! She was tough as nails, but had a heart of gold. She loved hanging out with her friends, watching family feud and adored Blake Shelton (her cup of water). Bonnie Lou left this earth way too soon and will forever be in our hearts and minds! Gods speed. We LOVE YOU Bonnie Lou!
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