Our dear mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend was born on April 25, 1935 at home, in Lead Mine, Utah to Fred Leo Skinner and Edith May Roberts. Bonnie was known by the nickname "Boney Skinny" which she very much disliked but resembled. Bonnie's favorite high school classes were dance and science. She was chosen out of a class of 43 to speak at her graduation from the old Bingham High School in Copperton.\r\n\r\nBonnie married Thomas Ramon Lamoreaux in July of 1953. Eventually they settled in Murray where they raised their 6 children. Bonnie retired from Sears after giving 24 years of dedicated service. Her part-time retirement job was at the Dress Barn in Jordan Landing.\r\n\r\nBonnie was a very caring person who loved everyone she met. Her talents were many, including a remarkable mind for numbers and a great memory. She made friends easily and cherished her lifelong friendships. Bonnie was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Throughout her life Bonnie enjoyed meeting people, reading, working, watching her favorite team, The Jazz, and an occasional jont to Wendover.\r\n\r\nBonnie's greatest joys in life were her family and friends. Her heart was broken when Terry, her oldest twin son passed away in 2009. We believe she is now enjoying a beautiful reunion with those she had loved in life who have passed away.\r\n\r\nBonnie was preceded in death by her son Terry and sister Barbara Lyons. She is survived by her sister Shirley Brawley, daughter in law Sherrie; children: Larry (Holly), Micheal (Linda), Danette Ernstsen, Robyn Skeem (Cody), Scott (Mechelle), 22 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and many extended loving family members.\r\n\r\nGraveside services will be held Monday, June 19, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 South Redwood Road in Taylorsville.\r\n\r\nThe family would like to express their appreciation to Janet, Bonnie's nurse and all of the caring staff at Aspire Home Health and Hospice for their tender care in the last days of Bonnie's life. Thank you.