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May 12, 1956 ~ February 6, 2024 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Bonnie (Randall) Victor, 67, of Albion died at her home surrounded by family on Tuesday February 6, 2024.
She was born May 12, 1956 a daughter to the late Cash and Dorothy (Graves) Randall.
Bonnie's upbringing was a humble farm setting, where she grew up learning the invaluable lessons of family bonds and the importance of hard work in life. She graduated from Northwestern High School in 1974. Following high school, she began work with Brookpark Plastics/ Carlisle as a press operator. Bonnie continued there for many years moving on to shipping and receiving. She then switched her career path to AirBorn Inc. where she retired some years later as a Line Leader/ assembler.
Her connection with her family ran deep, woven into every facet of her life. Regularly, she convened with her sisters, whether to tackle tasks together or simply be in each other's presence. Bonnie eagerly awaited each passing season, transforming her home to reflect the changing world outside, with Christmas being a particularly cherished occasion. Bonnie took joy in thrifting, regularly swapping out furniture to breathe fresh life into her living space. She held a green thumb and nurtured a love for flowers, her gardens were full of vibrant blooms sourced from various places come springtime. In the quiet of her own home Bonnie enjoyed putting together puzzles and watching movies. Bonnie enjoyed rock music, with Bon Jovi being a favorite and she attended several concerts. She was also a member of a bowling league at West Way Lanes for many years.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Nathan Victor in infancy; sisters, Anne Cottrell, Mertie Mae and Sherrie Randall; brothers, Bill, Melvin, Lester, Matt, and Jerry Randall.
She will be greatly missed by her family which include her daughter, Jessica Javens (Jamie); son, Damon Victor; sisters, Ella Mayberry, Margaret Schiavone (James), Ida Jordan (Joe), Alice Jackson (Rex), Betty Priester (Dave), Marilyn Randall, and Wanda Bastuk (John); brothers, Elmer Randall (Helene) and Gary Randall (Karen); grandchildren, Aubree Cortez (Mason) and Nathan Victor; as well as many nieces and nephews.
With her wishes, no calling hours will be observed.