George Augustus Bonner, Jr.
April 30, 1946 - June 3, 2012
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George A. Bonner, Jr. Virginia Beach – George Augustus Bonner Jr., “Bud”, 66, died Sunday, June 03, 2012 in his home with his wife, Laura, at his side. A son of Portsmouth, he bravely battled Waldenstom’s Macroglobulinemia and Amyloidosis. Bud was a friend to many and will be sorely missed. Bud was a US Navy…

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Stephen Patchin left a message on June 5, 2012:
Laura and Family, Please accept my heartful condolences at this time of your great sadness but also as you celebrate his great life. He touched so many people with his gentle manner. I worked beside George in our office in V-28 in the mid ninties at NADEP. He taught me so much about computers and the systems we used in our day to day operations. He always spoke so fondly of you. Saw him once or twice since then at the Shriner's place in Chesapeake. Peace be with you all.
Bernie Kirsch left a message on June 5, 2012:
I knew Bud through his work as Webmaster of the Cradock Alumni & Fiends website... cradock.org He was a working associate and he was quite simply the best person to know and deal with. He was always helpful, and caring. He was innovative. Many Cradock people who never knew him knew his work, and appreciated it. My deepest personal sympathy is extended to his family. His loss is a great one.
Dolores Dodie Perry left a message on June 5, 2012:
Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I worked with George at NADEP. We used to have wonderful conversations, many of which included loving thoughts of you. I also volunteered with him at Harborfest. I was just talking about him since it's that time of year again. He will certainly be missed.
James Munford left a message on June 5, 2012:
Perhaps my fondest memories of George go back to Apprentice school days at TCC Frederick campus. Young and happy days. George had such a quick intelligent wit. And he was always a pleasure to be around. I am both shocked and saddened by his loss. May His peace and comfort be on George's loved ones.
Teresa Salonimer left a message on June 5, 2012:
May you find peace in this time of sorrow. Mr. Bonner will always be remembered for his many kindnesses. Many blessings from a former NADEP employee.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
jeremy rosales left a message on June 5, 2012:
Sorry for your loss laura our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. Bud you will be dearly missed my friend.
Dennis Pauly left a message on June 5, 2012:
I first came to know Bud as a young apprentice in the Flight Test shop he supervised at NARF NORFOLK in the late 70's. Always decent, competent, and a pleasure to work for. It was my good fortune to become friends with him somewhere along the way. He'll be sorely missed by so many. Rest in peace Bud, and my sincerest condolences to Laura and the rest of your family.
David Hesson left a message on June 5, 2012:
My condolences. I knew George for many years at the NADEP. He was always humorous and supportive
Henry Connolly left a message on June 5, 2012:
Laura, My wife Irene and I worked with Bud for many years supporting Harborfest. Irene worked for Bud on the concessions committee and I worked on the Communications committee that supplied all the radio's needed for the festival. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. Henry Connolly, Harborfest Communications Executive Committee
Jim U. left a message on June 6, 2012:
My sincere condolences to the Bonner family.I got to know George while working for him at the Naval Air Rework Facility.A truly remarkable man.
Ed Dulinsky left a message on June 6, 2012:
Prayers for your family at this sad time. I worked with George at NARF/NADEP. RIP George you were a good man.
Scott Sumpter left a message on June 6, 2012:
I am so sorry to hear about George. I worked with George for a short time on the A-6 line in V147. I never saw him angry. He was easy going and a good forman, enjoyed working with him.
Bill Walbroehl left a message on June 7, 2012:
Bud will be sorely missed at NCRR! May the love and prayers of many friends bring you comfort during this sad time.
Greg Moore left a message on June 7, 2012:
Laura, I was shocked and greatly saddened to read of Bud's passing. I worked with him on Harborfest for a number of years and found in him a warm, gentle and jovial friend. I can't remember him ever having an unpleasant word to say about anyone and have always been greeted with a smile whenever I have run into him over the years since then. I am certain Bud will be missed by all who knew him. Please accept my most sincere condolences for the loss you and all of his family are suffering. May the good thoughts of family and friends help you though this time.
Bobby Livingston left a message on June 7, 2012:
Laura, You are in our thoughts and prayers here at HDC. When Steve initially passed on the message of George's passing, a heartfelt prayer was sent for you to have the strength to endure George's passing. Please take care and GOD Bless.
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