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Bonnie (Bieber) Janssen

July 2, 1954 – April 17, 2024


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Bonnie L. Janssen, age 69, of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 17, at her residence after a long and courageous battle against cancer.

A celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, June 9th, from 2 to 4 PM, at the residence of Paul and Pat Arnson, 13922 Whitetail Circle, Williston, ND. In the Ranches of West Acres, turn on Everson Drive by the Fish and Game building. All that knew and loved Bonnie are welcome.

Bonnie Lou Janssen was born July 2, 1954, in Sidney, MT, to Edwin and Mary (Kreis) Bieber.  Bonnie loved her life, family, and friends.  The love she had for her husband and soulmate, Lee, was never ending. Lisa, her daughter, and husband, Shea McAndrews, and their three children, Payton, Ashton, and Kyra; her son, Aaron, and his wife, Monica, and their two children, Tucker and Esme were her most treasured blessings.  Bonnie chose her friends carefully and was extremely lucky to have those most precious souls to enjoy life with.  She is survived by her mother, Mary Bieber, and brother, Brent Bieber, and his wife, Tana, and their daughters, Katherine and Elizabeth. Bonnie will be welcomed at Heaven’s gate by her brother, Byron, and her dad, Edwin.

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Thanks to the fantastic care of the medical teams from the MD Anderson Cancer Centers in Gilbert, AZ and Houston, TX, Bonnie was able to have a quality of life far beyond the normal prognosis of her cancer. In lieu of flowers, please make donations payable to:

GIVE TO BANNER MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER

Gift Designation: Direct my Gift to: (Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center)

 

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Bonnie (Bieber) Janssen

July 2, 1954 – April 17, 2024


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Bonnie L. Janssen, age 69, of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 17, at her residence after a long and courageous battle against cancer.

A celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, June 9th, from 2 to 4 PM, at the residence of Paul and Pat Arnson, 13922 Whitetail Circle, Williston, ND. In the Ranches of West Acres, turn on Everson Drive by the Fish and Game building. All that knew and loved Bonnie are welcome.

Bonnie Lou Janssen was born July 2, 1954, in Sidney, MT, to Edwin and Mary (Kreis) Bieber.  Bonnie loved her life, family, and friends.  The love she had for her husband and soulmate, Lee, was never ending. Lisa, her daughter, and husband, Shea McAndrews, and their three children, Payton, Ashton, and Kyra; her son, Aaron, and his wife, Monica, and their two children, Tucker and Esme were her most treasured blessings.  Bonnie chose her friends carefully and was extremely lucky to have those most precious souls to enjoy life with.  She is survived by her mother, Mary Bieber, and brother, Brent Bieber, and his wife, Tana, and their daughters, Katherine and Elizabeth. Bonnie will be welcomed at Heaven’s gate by her brother, Byron, and her dad, Edwin.

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Thanks to the fantastic care of the medical teams from the MD Anderson Cancer Centers in Gilbert, AZ and Houston, TX, Bonnie was able to have a quality of life far beyond the normal prognosis of her cancer. In lieu of flowers, please make donations payable to:

GIVE TO BANNER MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER

Gift Designation: Direct my Gift to: (Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center)

 

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