David Bonander Obituary, David Bonander Has Passed Away – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
David Bonander Obituary, Death – Ogden Dunes resident David Bonander passes at 81. David A. Bonander, who was 81 years old and had lived in Ogden Dunes, Indiana, passed away on Monday, March 20, 2023. He was a resident of Indiana. On November 12th, 1941 in the city of Chicago, Illinois, Arnold and Edith (Hokanson) Bonander, who had both passed away prior to the birth of their son, Bonander welcomed their son into the world.
Martha (Bradshaw) Bonander, his devoted wife of 56 years, survives him in Ogden Dunes. He is also survived by his children, Cheryl (Brian) Kennedy of Chicago, Lynda (Daniel) Adamson of Chicago, and John D. Bonander of Cloverdale, Oregon; his grandchildren, Emily Adamson, Benjamin Adamson, Joseph Adamson, Lucy Adamson, John L. Bonander, and Lily Kennedy; and his sister, Margery (David. Before David Bonander, his older brother John V. Bonander went away, following in the footsteps of both of David’s parents who had passed away before him.
David’s regular place of worship was the Liberty Bible Church in the city of Liberty. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend, and all of these roles will live on in infamy for all of eternity because of how wonderful he was in each of these capacities. On the morning of Friday, March 24, 2023, there will be a Memorial Viewing held at 10 a.m., followed by a Funeral Service at 11 a.m. Both events will take place at Liberty Bible Church in Chesterton, Indiana, which can be found at 824 N.
Calumet Ave. After that, there will be a service performed at the Chesterton Cemetery at twelve o’clock in the afternoon. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in David’s name can be donated to the Parkinson’s Foundation. Please make checks payable to “Parkinson’s Foundation.” Parkinson’s Foundation should be written on the memo line of your check. White-Love Funeral Home, located in Chesterton, has been given the obligation of making appropriate arrangements due to the gravity of the situation.