Bonnie Pansegrau

Born in Livonia, MO
Born on Apr 24, 1933
Departed on Mar 14, 2019

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Ramona, I was sorry to hear about your mother. She was a great lady that I enjoyed growing up with. I know it will be difficult for you but I will keep you in my prayers. Please keep me in mind if you ever need a friend. All my love to you and John. Teresa.

Ramona and John, I was sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. Dana shared with me that you were with her at the end and I am sure that gives you peace knowing she was cared for and felt your love as she moved to her heavenly home to be with your dad. Praying for peace for all of you.

I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Bonnie for many years at Simmons Perrine. She was a very kind hearted person who absolutely adored her family and always spoke highly of them. Bonnie was a very strong person, enduring the good and the bad with a positive attitude. She will be missed. May God comfort all of you at this time.

To the Pansegrau family I am sorry for your loss

What a wonderful picture of Bonnie! It looked just like her. She was a joy to work with and I will always remember that infectious laugh of hers. She had a kind heart and was from that generation who had a positive outlook no matter what she faced in her life. She always took the time to listen and that is a rare quality these days. Her face just lit up when she spoke of her family. Glad I got to know her.

I am so sorry to hear of Bonnie's death. I worked with her at Simmons, Perrine for many years and always enjoyed her dedication and sense of humor. I remember her struggling through "the" flood that swept through her home (and Cedar Rapids) and how delighted she was to finally return once it was livable. I recall our staff at the firm surprising her with a "flood shower" after she moved back in, replenishing many of the supplies she lost in the disaster. Bonnie maintained a "stiff upper lip" through it all, surviving an event that would have crushed many of us. But that was Bonnie. She touched us all and will be missed. God bless.