Bonita Bette Freeman

04/12/1942 - 03/11/2023

Obituary For Bonita Bette Freeman

Bonnie (Bonita Bette) Freeman, passed away on March 11, 2023, at after a short illness. Bonnie was born in Canada on April 12, 1942, and was very proud to have become a citizen of these United States. She worked several years at Sierra Soil and Water Conservation District until her retirement. She loved New Mexico, especially living in a beautiful place where she sat on her porch and looked at Caballo Lake and the beautiful mountains every day. There was a big soft spot in her heart for any and all dogs. Bonnie was a lot of fun and loved to laugh. She struck up conversations and new friendships wherever she went. The employees and customers of Walmart and Bank of the Southwest went above and beyond their duties in watching out for Bonnie. Also, a huge thanks to the dispatchers, EMTs, deputies, and police officers who responded with compassion. Much gratitude to the friends and neighbors who helped over the years to keep her in the house she treasured. Bonnie is survived by two children, daughter Tammie and family, and son Bradley; brother Buddy Campbell (Mary); and cousin Faron, all of Canada. She was preceded in death by a beloved son, Aaron. Per Bonnie’s request, no services will be held at this time.

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Bonnie found the Lord at the Caballo Church and became a wonderful friend with the Pastor Jim Woods and the people that went there. Bonnie said she didn't know anything about God or church before she came to the Caballo Church and she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. She was loved by many. Bonnie loved our Lord and always had a saying, "If you don't believe in God just look at the beautiful flowers, birds, or any of Gods creation. Bonnie was an amazing lady and a joy to us that loved her. She will be greatly missed.

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I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in knowing you have the chance to see Bonita again. The Bible promises, "there is going to be a resurrection" (Acts 24:15). At that time, no resident will say, "I am sick" (Isaiah 33:24)What a wonderful time this will be!

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Dear Miss Bonita, you were certainly one of a kind. It was a privilege to know you. You inspire me to be a little better, work a little harder, and enjoy life a little more. Bon voyage, my friend.

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