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Bonnie Lou Travis, 83 years young, passed away on January 4, 2021. Bonnie leaves behind her high school sweetheart and husband of 63 years, Sidney Travis. Sid and Bonnie began dating in high school and were the Homecoming King and Queen of Winslow High School in 1955. Eventually they moved from the corner of Winslow, Arizona to Scottsdale where their love story continued with the addition of their children Scott and Tammy. Bonnie worked for the Scottsdale School District for many years and enjoyed the friendship and support of many friends/colleagues, particularly her “board members.” She loved her family more than anything, and the list of people who will be missing her is long: son Scott (LaDene, Adeline, Nora, and Tyrel), daughter Tammy (Zak, MacKenzie, and Riley), sister Judy (Lori, Debbie, Barbara and Brian), and many grand-nieces and nephews. For your safety, the family will not be hosting in-person services. Please share your memories of Bonnie at www.santanmountainviewfuneralhome.com.

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6 responses to “Bonnie Lou Travis”

  1. Trisha says:

    Bonnie was such a kind, gentle,
    loving spirit……. and a rock for her family. So sorry for your loss.

  2. Katie Snow says:

    Tammy and family,
    The entire Snow family extends our deepest condolences on your loss. I have sweet memories of her marking the food in the cupboard, and willing to help with whatever was necessary to make our dorm room feel cozy. May your memories help console you as you grieve.

    Katie, Matt, Michelle and Jennifer Snow

  3. Paula Blades (Lickfeldt) says:

    My deepest sympathies to Sid, Tammy and the kids. I have such wonderful memories of get together in your home, all the festive New Year’s Eve parties, the backyard pool parties, Easter at the park and breakfast at the Strawberry Lodge. May all the sweet memories you each have comfort you in some small way.

  4. Dr. Charles Pilon says:

    I am sorry to learn of the death of Bonnie Travis. Sid and Bonnie were classmates of mine at Northern Arizona University. Sid and I were teammates on the Lumberjack football team. Bonnie used to baby sit our first born son in college when we were in class. They were both very close friends of ours in college. Bonnie, Sid and I are all graduates of Winslow High School. My prayers are with Sid and all his extended family. God bless you all.

  5. Peggy Eischen says:

    Bonnie was such a bright spot, always upbeat even when she had worries.
    My condolences to Sid, Tammy and family.

  6. Jackie Heartz says:

    Dear Sidney and family, so very sorry to hear of Bonnies passing . I remember her as such a sweet and kind person so glad you had those wonderful years together. Know you are in my prayers and thoughts at this sad time. Blessings, Jackie Heartz still “Standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona”

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Bonnie Lou Travis


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Bonnie Lou Travis, 83 years young, passed away on January 4, 2021. Bonnie leaves behind her high school sweetheart and husband of 63 years, Sidney Travis. Sid and Bonnie began dating in high school and were the Homecoming King and Queen of Winslow High School in 1955. Eventually they moved from the corner of Winslow, Arizona to Scottsdale where their love story continued with the addition of their children Scott and Tammy. Bonnie worked for the Scottsdale School District for many years and enjoyed the friendship and support of many friends/colleagues, particularly her “board members.” She loved her family more than anything, and the list of people who will be missing her is long: son Scott (LaDene, Adeline, Nora, and Tyrel), daughter Tammy (Zak, MacKenzie, and Riley), sister Judy (Lori, Debbie, Barbara and Brian), and many grand-nieces and nephews. For your safety, the family will not be hosting in-person services. Please share your memories of Bonnie at www.santanmountainviewfuneralhome.com.

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6 responses to “Bonnie Lou Travis”

  1. Trisha says:

    Bonnie was such a kind, gentle,
    loving spirit……. and a rock for her family. So sorry for your loss.

  2. Katie Snow says:

    Tammy and family,
    The entire Snow family extends our deepest condolences on your loss. I have sweet memories of her marking the food in the cupboard, and willing to help with whatever was necessary to make our dorm room feel cozy. May your memories help console you as you grieve.

    Katie, Matt, Michelle and Jennifer Snow

  3. Paula Blades (Lickfeldt) says:

    My deepest sympathies to Sid, Tammy and the kids. I have such wonderful memories of get together in your home, all the festive New Year’s Eve parties, the backyard pool parties, Easter at the park and breakfast at the Strawberry Lodge. May all the sweet memories you each have comfort you in some small way.

  4. Dr. Charles Pilon says:

    I am sorry to learn of the death of Bonnie Travis. Sid and Bonnie were classmates of mine at Northern Arizona University. Sid and I were teammates on the Lumberjack football team. Bonnie used to baby sit our first born son in college when we were in class. They were both very close friends of ours in college. Bonnie, Sid and I are all graduates of Winslow High School. My prayers are with Sid and all his extended family. God bless you all.

  5. Peggy Eischen says:

    Bonnie was such a bright spot, always upbeat even when she had worries.
    My condolences to Sid, Tammy and family.

  6. Jackie Heartz says:

    Dear Sidney and family, so very sorry to hear of Bonnies passing . I remember her as such a sweet and kind person so glad you had those wonderful years together. Know you are in my prayers and thoughts at this sad time. Blessings, Jackie Heartz still “Standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona”

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