Loretta Bonsal

Loretta Bonsal, 84, of Amarillo, TX died Wednesday, November 20, 2019.

Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 2

3, 2019, at The Church at Quail Creek with Dale Moreland officiating.  Burial will be private at Dumas Cemetery in Dumas, TX.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Loretta was born December 10, 1934, in Canadian, TX.  She was a member of First Baptist Church at Dumas and The Church at Quail Creek after moving to Amarillo.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Hazel and Red Peterman; her husband, Bob Bonsal; and a granddaughter, Tara Bonsal.

Survivors include a daughter, Diann Daniels and husband Doug, of Amarillo, TX; two sons, Phil Bonsal and Katy Goldston, of Amarillo, TX, and Doug Bonsal and wife Sheri, of New Caney, TX; five grandchildren, Jason Daniels and wife Shanna, Amberly Webb and husband Chad, Amy Nicholson and husband Chance, Caleb Bonsal, and Kennedy Bonsal; and ten great-grandchildren.

The family suggests memorials to American Cancer Society.

5 Replies to “Loretta Bonsal”

  1. I am sorry for your loss. I too have had my 2 on son pass in
    end of October. I am John Wion & roomed with Phill at PSU 1975 & 1976 before transferring to OSU. I remember meeting Your mom & dad there in Dumas. She fixed me some mushroom soup while you all had steaks cause i
    cought strep. Your mother will be remembered and praised by many least forgotten.

  2. Sorry to hear about ms Loretta. As a McDonald’s employee she and bob were 1 of our everyday customers. Bob had to have biscuits and gravy. She still came in until she moved. I will always remember her brownies. She brought me some on her last day in Dumas. May she RIP.

  3. Diann,Phil, and Doug, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I know she will be greatly missed but i know there must be much rejoicing that your mom is finely home. May our Lord comfort and be especially near to you all at this time. Lifting you up in my prayers. 💕

  4. Bob and Loretta were such a fine Christian couple, loved each other greatly and showed it. They will be missed by all who knew them because of this example. I missed them when I moved from Dumas because of this. I moved from Beaver to Stillwater several years ago, love it here near family but roots are still in Texas, Dumas especially as my sister is still there as-well-as Tom is in Heaven but bones buried at Northlawn. May God bless each of you as you go forward on the pathway our Lord has, no pathways as each has individual one. Grieve-as-you must, not-as-others will tell you is right, wrong or indifferent.

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