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Bonnie E Palmer
September 12, 1948 ~ December 8, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Bonnie Elizabeth Palmer was born September 12, 1948, to the late Milton H. Palmer and Louise Edith Williams Palmer at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford, Delaware. She departed this life peacefully at home in Seaford, Delaware.
Bonnie graduated from William C. Jason High School. She had her own daycare; was employed at Salisbury Manufacturing, and Genesis Healthcare for many years. She raised her niece and nephew, Shanta’ & LaTonn Palmer. During her illness LaTonn was her caregiver.
She grew up at Clarence Street Church of God. She later moved on to Cathedral of Faith in Seaford. Until her health begin to fail; she was a dedicated member of United Deliverance Bible Center in Laurel, Delaware under the leadership of the late Apostle Dr. Catherine A. Camper, now under the leadership of Apostle Dr. Keith Wongus, Sr. She loved her church and church family. She was a member of the praise and worship team. Bonnie enjoyed singing and was in various singing groups. She traveled and sang with the late A.A. Allen. Bonnie adored her family.
Bonnie was preceded in death by her mother and father Milton and Louise Palmer; her brothers Myron Palmer, Joseph Palmer, Johnathan Palmer; and sister, Kathy Palmer-Whittington.
She leaves fond memories to cherish with her niece, Shanta’ Palmer of Milford, Delaware and nephew, LaTonn Palmer of Seaford, Delaware; one great nephew, LaTonn Palmer, Jr., aunt, Rachel Abbott, special friend, Irving Coverdale; caregivers, Ebony Palmer and Niya Smith, god-children, Wanda Wynn Stephenson and Tiffany Cooke; and a host of cousins and friends.