Beloved mother Bonnie May (Gourley) Bojarsky, wife of the late Sol Bojarsky, a Westford resident, died November 6, 2021.
Bonnie was born May 20, 1931, to Wright Houston and Mabel (Skiles) Gourley in Cabool, Missouri. Bonnie grew up in Mountain Grove, Missouri where she enjoyed acting in her high school theater.
In 1955, Bonnie married Sol Melville Bojarsky. Bonnie and her family moved to Westford, Massachusetts in 1963, where she raised her six children.
Bonnie was a wonderful mother and wife. Bonnie devoted her life to her God Jehovah and her family. Bonnie appreciated the everyday joys of life. A simple game of I Spy on a long drive, dinner and dancing at the Jack O'Lantern Resort or The Manning Manse. After Sol passed away Bonnie's greatest joys were mini vacations in Maine with her children, sitting and admiring the vibrant beauty of her hanging plants and her garden. A true adventure was a meandering car drive in search of the most vibrant flowers and Autumn color, in finding the perfect fall mum, a pumpkin for the stairs. Bonnie was an avid reader both of scripture and the many large print books the J.V. Fletcher Library kept in stock for her. You could hear the sound of joy, in Bonnie's voice, when she sang her songs of praise. Bonnie and her appreciation of her children, friends and the beauty of God's creation will be missed by all who knew her.
Bonnie is survived by many family members. Her six children, Robert Bojarsky, Tani Lawrence and her husband Craig, Stephanie DeNuzzio and her husband Freddie, Daniel Bojarsky, Mimi Flanagan and her husband Gus and Paul Bojarsky and his wife Michelle. Her many grandchildren, Misty, Natasha, Jeffrey, Chelsea, Amy, Dylan, Brandon and Caleb. Bonnie was able to know and share her love with her great grandchildren Ethan, Madison, and Zachary.
Bonnie is predeceased by her sister Lola, and brothers Gene, Darrel, and James.
From one of Bonnie's favorite songs Autumn Leaves:
I see your lips, The summer kisses The sunburned hands, I used to hold But I miss you most of all
When autumn leaves Start to fall
Revelations 21: 3, 4 And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes. and death will be no more, nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.
Funeral Services will be private.