Bonnie Jeanne Hawley

October 24, 1932 - November 20, 2021

Bonnie Jeanne Hawley

October 24, 1932 - November 20, 2021


Bonnie Jeanne Hawley, age 89, of Ferndale, Washington, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 20, 2021, in Lynden, Washington.

She was born on October 24, 1932 to parents William Wesley and Clara C. Huff in Spearfish, South Dakota, and later moved to Bellingham, WA with her parents. Bonnie met her husband Jim at Lummi Island fishing resort and they eventually settled in Ferndale.

Bonnie worked for many years at the county courthouse while raising four children. She was active with the ABWA (American Business Women’s Association), and enjoyed reading, dancing, traveling with Jim in their RV, playing pinochle, and socializing with her many friends.  Besides Ferndale, she and Jim lived in Lake Havasu, AZ, Yuma, AZ, Parker, AZ, and Soldotna, AK.

Bonnie is survived by her children James Gregory Hawley, Mike (Cathy) Hawley, Jeff (Fiona) Hawley, and Debi Hawley Spivak; grandchildren Steven, John, Kristen, Cassandra, Shanna, Amanda, Brianna, Rachel, and Nathan; as well as four great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday December 2, 2021 at Greenacres Memorial Park Chapel-5700 Northwest Dr. Ferndale, WA.

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4 responses to Bonnie Jeanne Hawley

  1. Kim Keenan says:

    I’m sorry for you loss…love, prayers and thoughts are with you all.
    Kim (Burrough) Keenan
    (graduated in 1972 from FHS with Greg)

  2. Ken Colvin says:

    I had many happy times working with Bonnie in the Treasurer’s office.
    It was an honor to know her and her family.

  3. Debi, I’m so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. We pray that the memories you share as a family will help you get through the difficult days ahead. Lots of prayers and sympathy being sent your way.

  4. Paul Kubic says:

    Jim and Bonnie were great people to grow up next to.
    Jeff , Mike, Greg, Deb,
    Take good care.

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