Bonnie J. Rehbein

03/24/1939 - 05/01/2019

Obituary for Bonnie J. Rehbein

Bonnie Passed away May 1st 2019 peacefully at Mt Hood Medical Center Surrounded by family after an extended illness.

She was a loving caring Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister and Friend. She was 80 years old

Bonnie was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and moved to Oregon in 1942. She was raised in the Gresham Area by Her parents Med and Bertha Lucky.

She married Jerry Rehbein December 14, 1963. Bonnie is survived by: son Jerry Gene, Sisters Karen Phillips, Dorothy Naas (Who Predeceased Her In 2011) and brothers Don (Wife Jeannette) Bruce, Tuck, Rick Lucky, One Granddaughter Jamie Rehbein and Great Granddaughter Blakey and numerous Nieces, Nephews and Cousins.

Bonnie attended Grade School and High School In Gresham. She worked at Dea’s In and Out a few years. After marriage to Jerry in later years, worked with him at Jerry’s Special Events.

Bonnie and Jerry spent most of their married life living in Spingwater area of Estacada.

She had a special spot in her heart for animals, always had a dog growing up and cats in later years, especially her crazy cat Fetus. She and Jerry liked to go dancing and bowling in early years and playing cards. She enjoyed taking care of her home and family.

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To the family of Bonnie- Hello, I don't know if you remember me, but I was very saddened to see that Bonnie had passed. She was such a wonderful person to me. Always sweet, caring and funny. I loved her boisterous laugh! She was always the perfect homemaker, I always tried to be like her when it came to my household, always clean and organized. She was so kind to me, always, even after Jerry G. and I were not dating any longer. She was an amazing person whom I had much respect for. I wish you peace and tranquility in her passing. I know its been a bit, but I just happened upon her obit. So sorry for your loss! Kristi Castro-Coca (Schimpf)
- Kristi Schimpf
Hello Jerry and Jerry, Not too sure if you remember me or not, but I was saddened to see that Bonnie had passed. She was always such a good person to me and so nice and caring. I remember loving her boisterous laugh! She, to me, was the perfect homemaker. I always wanted my household to be as kept and clean as hers as I grew up. Great person and friend and so much fun to be around. I'm truly sorry for your loss. Peace be with you, I know its been awhile since her passing, but I just happened upon her obituary. Much love and sympathy to you and your families. Kristi Castro-Coca (Schimpf)
- Kristi Schimpf
To the family, Jerry & Jerry, I’m so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Bonnie and the times we shared. To Aunt Bonnie — I remember your caring ways, homemaking skills, your love of news and stories, “What’s going on?” And the way you laughed, makes me smile now, remembering. You took pride in your work, and I learned from your example. As a youngster, I looked forward to the delicious food you made and shared at picnics, holidays & family gatherings, so many dishes and fond memories. I recall, your divinity & deviled eggs, especially. No one went hungry around you. You were truly the “hostess with the mostest!” Thank you. I’m glad we had a visit last summer. I will miss you. Be at peace. With love, - Connie Storch, née Rehbein
- Connie

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