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Bonnie Herzog

Bonnie Herzog

Tuesday, August 27th, 1940 Sunday, November 10th, 2019

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Obituary for Bonnie J. Herzog (Swanson)

Kingsford-Bonnie J. Herzog, 79, of Kingsford, Mich., passed away from Cholangiocarcinoma, a rare form of cancer on Sunday, November 10, 2019, as she was surrounded by family in the comfort of her home.

She was born August 27, 1940, daughter of the late Clifford and Doris (Duazy) Swanson. Bonnie married Marvin Herzog on May 21, 1960. She was a loyal, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and friend. It wasn’t just her grandchildren that called her “grandma”. She was everyone’s grandma. Bonnie was the loudest in the crowd at her grandchildren’s sporting events. She enjoyed staying active and played hours of pickleball, mahjong, bocce ball, and more with many of her friends. Bonnie truly could make any house a home.

She loved her family so well. Bonnie was an outstanding mother to; Lynn (Jeff) Paupore, Juli VanPembrook, Lisa Flaminio, and Amy (Mark Sleik) Carpenter; she was a committed grandmother and great-grandmother to; Erica Swick and her son Trent; Nicole (Jeremy) Mortl and their children, Aubrey and Camden; Ryan (Angi) Coughlin, Jason Richtig and his children Ryan, Kylie, and Bradley, Michelle (Brandon) Lee and their children, Olivia, Greyson and Abbey, Ashlee (Rick) Kinsey and their son Marvin, Kevin Flaminio, Kinie (Ryan) Gerbig, Derek Carpenter, Megan VanPembrook and Austin VanPembrook.

“Grandma has been a solid source of love, strength, support, wisdom, humor, kindness, sassiness and guidance. Our lives will not be the same without her.”

Marvin and Bonnie would like to thank their many friends for their thoughts and prayers.

In accordance with Bonnie’s wishes private family services were held.

You may leave a condolence or tribute for Bonnie’s family online at www.JacobsFuneralHomes.com.

The family has chosen the Jacobs Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Iron Mountain, Mich. to honor Bonnie’s legacy of life.

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Jane Mangrum

To Marvin and Family: It is sad to hear of Bonnie’s passing, and I wish for you and your family a peaceful heart at this loss. She was a wonderful high school friend and fellow cheerleader, and I remember many good events we shared. Our lives were touched by a beautiful person. Jane Rocconi Mangrum
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Diane Luczakk

Marvin, Lisa, and family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy. I sat with Bonnie and my dear neighbor Lynn Lehmann at the Labor Day Fun Horse Show. We had such a nice visit talking horses and the girls showing, and how Bonnie and Lynn were the best and most fun horse show moms! Cherish all your wonderful memories! Diane Luczak
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Sharon Khoury

Your loss is all our loss...I am so sad for your wonderful Herzog family...we had so many fun memories to keep all of us remembering...hugging, laughing and of course eating...a terrific cook with her home always open to all...traveling to see long remembered relatives...and her constant smile is so imbedded for us to remember...she will truly be missed...always remembering her with love...
Comment | Posted at 09:28am via Condolence

Lisa Powell Podgornik

Our deepest heartfelt sympathies to the entire Herzog Family. Bonnie was a gem of a person and was always such happy and loving person. She exhuberated such a love for her family and was always there for each and every one of them. Her smile will forever be a priceless memory that I will never forget! Please keep her memories alive by telling stories, showing one another your love for one another because that is what she would have wanted.

Lisa, Jeff, Kelsey & Kyle Podgornik
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Mary Balcer

Our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Bonnie! She was such a spunky woman with a zest for life! She made every gathering fun and full of love and laughter! Praying for her beautiful soul and her family and friends to receive the peace of Christ. Love and prayers, Mary and Mark Balcer
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