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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Peggy Bonk Remembered

Thoughts and prayers for comfort and peace are going out to the Bonk family as they mourn the passing of Peggy Bonk, wife of Norman, brother of Pastor Lorne. Peggy left this earthly world on April 18, 2014 after a brave struggle with cancer, and is now lying in comfort in the arms of Jesus.

A memorial service was held for Peggy in Edmonton, Alberta, on May 3rd. However, as the founders of Circle Square Ranch Wolf Creek, south of Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Peggy will be remembered at a Memorial Service this Saturday at CSR.

Norm and Peggy Bonk. Courtesy of Circle Square Ranch Wolf Creek Facebook page. 

Obituary for Peggy Joyce Bonk

Peggy Joyce Bonk of Edmonton, Alberta passed away peacefully with family by her side on April 18, 2014 at the age of 64 years. Her family will celebrate her amazing life and find comfort knowing she is with her heavenly Father. 

Peggy leaves to mourn her high school sweetheart and husband of 44 years, Dr. Norman Bonk; her daughter Keri Bonk-Dolynchuk (Jason) of Edmonton, Alberta and her son Chad (Paula) Bonk of Sherwood Park, Alberta; her sister Bonnie Boe of 100 Mile House, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. 

Peggy has been predeceased by her parents Carl and Lula Rodenbush of Oxbow, Saskatchewan; stepfather Jack Hamm of Regina, Saskatchewan; and sister Donna Mohagen of Carnduff, Saskatchewan.

Peggy was a previous resident of Oxbow, Regina, Beaubier, and Wolseley Saskatchewan.

She made the most important decision of her life at the age of 12 when she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. This decision to serve Christ gave her a special interest in people and their interests. 

Peggy spent her life in ministry helping children and youth and she enjoyed being one of them. She often talked with family of her heart’s desire to have a new rocking chair in Heaven and care for all the aborted babies. 

Some of her hobbies included gardening, loving and caring for animals, playing and watching curling, puzzles, cooking and baking her saskatoon pies.

Norm and Peggy pastored many churches together. Beaubier Pentecostal Church, Calvary Community, Edmonton, Alberta, co-founded Wolf Creek Circle Square Ranch, New Life Christian Centre in Wolseley, Saskatchewan, and Calvary Community in Edmonton, Alberta. Their present focus is Itinerant Ministries International with a mission’s focus of Bible training centres and seminaries in Ukraine as well as “Uncle Norm” children’s radio in Liberia, Rawanda and the Middle East. 

Memorial Celebration Services will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Mill Creek Christian Assembly, 8928 – 83 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta and another for friends and family in Saskatchewan at 3:30 pm on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at Wolf Creek Circle Square Ranch, Wolseley.

At Peggy’s request memorial donations can be made to Debt of Love Ministries, 419 High Park Blvd, High River,‎ AB‎ T1V 2C4.

To send condolences or share a memory, tribute or photo please visit www.serenity.ca or  www.facebook.com/normbonk.

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