Bonnie Kim Hewlett

Bonnie Kim Hewlett

July 14, 1956 - November 27, 2013

Bonnie Kim Hewlett

July 14, 1956 - November 27, 2013


Ms. Bonnie Kim Hewlett, age 57, of Indian Mound, TN, passed away at her home on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. Bonnie was born July 14, 1956 in Orlando, FL, the daughter of the late Dwayne and Cynthia Stark. She was a homemaker who was most happy around family and friends. Bonnie loved the outdoors and enjoyed gardening and fishing. One of her favorite pasttimes was cooking for her family. Bonnie is survived by her children, Heather Hewlett of Brooklet, GA, Joey Hewlett of Richmond Hill, GA and Cynthia Hewlett of Savannah, GA; grandchildren Azlynn Yates, Lilly Meyers, Joey Dennis, Jonjohn Dennis, Chase Meyers, William Daly, Taylor Bowlin and Christopher Hewlett along with one brother, Nathan Stark of Apopka, FL. Bonnie’s family will celebrate her life in a privte family gatherine at a later date.

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4 responses to Bonnie Kim Hewlett

  1. I miss our daily talks about anything and everything. I miss your laugh. I miss your cooking. I miss your smile. I miss everything about you. You were a beautiful person inside and out! You’ll always be in my heart until the day we meet again! I love you best friend! Rest in peace!

  2. It just seems like yesterday you were here. I know that you are in a better place but I miss you more than I can even begin to explain! It still hurts so badly that I cannot call you when I am upset or just need my mom..I am so thankful for the past 5 months that we got to spend so much time together!! I hope that I make you proud as you watch over me and I love and miss you dearly momma!

  3. Although God may have called you home early. He guided you through your life and allowed you to leave behind so many memorable, impressions. You were a strong, independent woman! You have past down these wonderful traits and characteristics to your three amazing children. Whom in their own way, following their mothers footprints, have touched so many peoples lives. They have all shown selfless acts of kindness towards family, friends and complete strangers. Something that you were no stranger to yourself. Even though Cynthia, Heather, and Joey may not understand why your time here on earth were through. They will have your memorys to continue to guide them, you will live in each of their hearts and help them through the troubling times. Just know that your work here is done and you can rest now Bonnie. You maybe gone but through your children and grandchildren you won’t be forgotten!

  4. Tadd Miller says:

    I remember going over to your moms house for dinner one night. She was making sheepards pie. I asked her what was in it and though no way this was going to be good. As it turns out it was some of the best food I had ever eatin. Still to this day I have not had any better. Thanks Kim and I miss you

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