Bonnie Lumley, 68 of Perry Township passed away on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 in the ER of the Ellwood City Hospital. Born on December 9, 1947 in Grove City, Bonnie was the daughter of the late Gilbert and Mona Ferguson Bollinger. She is survived by her husband, Charles Edward Lumley whom she married on July 7, 1967. After raising her 3 daughters Bonnie assisted her husband at his business, MATCO Tool Distribution. Besides her husband Edward at home she is survived by 3 daughters, Marlene E. Lumley of Aliquippa, Karen and Brian Goehring of Ellwood City and Vicki Lumley and Hal Hardy of Fox Island, WA, a granddaughter, Taren Lumley, 2 sisters, Delores Latshaw of Bullion, PA and Linda Chiappini of Grove City and 2 brothers, David Bollinger of CA and Alan Bollinger of Grove City. Bonnie was preceded in death by her parents and 2 brothers, Russell and Dennis Bollinger. As per Bonnie's wishes all services were private. Arrangements were entrusted to the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home & Crematory.
My heart goes out to Bonnie's family....She was always one of my favorite people in this world...You always knew where you stood with her. I will really miss her.....
John, Michele and Sarah Lotowski
We are very saddened to hear of Bonnie's passing. You all have our prayers and deepest sympathy. Bonnie will be greatly missed. Thanks to the Bonnie and Ed Lumley Matco team for signing us on and giving us the confidence we needed to start our own Matco business.
From feeding me countless delicious meals to helping me build my garage, on the roof of my garage putting sheeting and shingles on!, to giving me sage advice. Bonnie was a truly selfless, down to earth, loving lady, who will be sorely missed by all. Ed, Marlene, Karen, Vicki, I am so sorry, take strength from Her memory. Call me if I can help.
I remember so many fun times at your house when were kids. Your Mom always had something planned for us to do whether it was pizza & movies at home or races at The Quaker City Dragway!!! She will b missed......
Lee Ann and Corky
Such a shock! Always loved Bonnie and all the fun times as little kids at their house. She was in 4-H w/us, stayed over night, we jumped in the hay mow, picked wild black berries, played in the barn, played dolls, etc I even loved going w/my boys to visit her family and children. God bless all of your family.
I have so many good memories of the years spent at your house I could write A novel. Your mom is the best! She put up with all us crazy girls& how we drove her crazy at times! Looking back I realize how fortunate we were to have great parents like yours in our life! I love you all!
Ed and Family, we offer our sincere condolences on your loss. If we can help in any way, please feel free to call.
Would like to extend my sympathy for your loss. I can only believe she will be truly missed.
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