Bonnie Ann Sprinkle

February 12, 1952 - May 25, 2021
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Bonnie Ann Sprinkle, age 69, of New Philadelphia, died Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Amberwood Manor at New Philadelphia following an extended illness.

Born in Union Hospital on February 12, 1952, Bonnie was a daughter of the late Ernest Lax and Virginia and Paul Adkins.

She was a 1970 graduate of New Philadelphia Hi…

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Bonnie Ann Sprinkle, age 69, of New Philadelphia, died Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Amberwood Manor at New Philadelphia following an extended illness.

Born in Union Hospital on February 12, 1952, Bonnie was a daughter of the late Ernest Lax and Virginia and Paul Adkins.

She was a 1970 graduate of New Philadelphia High School and began working for Miller Studio in 1971. She later retired from Sparta Ceramic in East Sparta. Bonnie enjoyed following the Cleveland Browns, the Buckeyes and watching television.

She is survived by her family that includes her siblings, Sandy (Rick) Engler and Cheryl (Barry) Shepherd all of New Philadelphia and Greg (Ida) Adkins of Georgia; her step-children, Jonathan Sprinkle, of New Philadelphia, Patrick (Melissa) Sprinkle of New York and Matthew Sprinkle of New Philadelphia; a step-grandson, Franklin Sprinkle, her neighbors, whom she considered family, Rick and Debbie McCoy and their daughters, Keeley and Kaycee. Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews and many life-long friends.

In addition to her father, mother, and step-father, Bonnie was preceded in death by two husbands, Floyd Bethel and Jonathan Sprinkle.

A service celebrating Bonnie’s life will be broadcast at 1 PM on Saturday, May 29, 2021, via facebook.com/geibcares. Burial will follow in the Evergreen Burial Park at New Philadelphia. The Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia is caring for arrangements.

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Service Information

Date: Saturday, May 29, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm

A service celebrating Bonnie’s life will be broadcast at 1 PM on Saturday, May 29, 2021, via facebook.com/geibcares.


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Evergreen Burial Park

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1520 Delaware Drive SE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

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Born: February 12, 1952
 
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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Edwin Mason posted on 5/30/21

So very sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

Terry and Shirley Robinson posted on 5/29/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Bonnie was such a fun lady, we have many fond memories of her, Floyd and Jonathan. She will be missed by many. RIP Bonnie........Will never forget you.

 

marjorie Ricer Wilkins posted on 5/29/21

Very nice service.. Thanks for posting on FaceBook Blessings to Bonnie's family.

 

Karen Mortimer posted on 5/28/21

To my Cousin Sandy Nd the rest of the family you have my deepest sympathy Bonnier will be so missed God Bless. Karen Mortimer

 

Marjorie Ricer Wilkins posted on 5/27/21

To Bonnie's Family: Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss. I have the best memories of Bonnie from our time in Jr. and Senior High School. Class of 1970. Bonnie was a kind hearted, unforgettable, fun loving friend. I had lost contact with her when I left Ohio. But we reconnected on FaceBook. Bonnie's caring, loving spirit and friendship remained. She was still wanting to help me. This time, Thanks to Bonnie! Her suggestion to stop smoking cigarettes I celebrated 7 years cigarette free this past April. Forever thankful for your friendship Bonnie. Sharing in your sadness as you remember Bonnie. Marjorie Ricer Wilkins

 

Tina Hoover posted on 5/27/21

So sorry to hear this I worked with Bonnie at ceramic tile had so many laughs and good times. Prayers to Sandy and the rest of her family and friends

 

Peggy Ledrich posted on 5/27/21

I met Bonnie at a Classmates dinner, we had a nice time chatting.. She was a sweet gal, full of ideas and very much a lady. I had hoped to see her a few more times but we were friends on FB. I shall miss her smile and laughter. Condolences to Her Sister Sandy, who I spent many happy times with in High School, God Bless, Peace and Closure to the family left behind. ? ?? ??

 

June posted on 5/27/21

Bonnie was one of the neighborhood girls who would get together and see what we could get into. Front Street school mates. Big blue ornery eyes.

 

Linda Harris posted on 5/27/21

We love and will miss you Bonnie. You were a wonderful neighbor of my sister. Rest In Peace. The Harris Family

 

Sandra (Kirkendall) Fanti posted on 5/27/21

Sending prayers for all the family

 

John Slevin posted on 5/27/21

We have a shared family and grandchild that she loved as we do. Our deepest condolences for all Bonnie’s family and friends. Sincerely, John Slevin, Ann Marie and all our extended family.

 

su walton posted on 5/26/21

My condolences to Bonnie's family. I was her neighbor for a while and she was always so much fun. Rest in peace Bonnie.

 

Coreen Byers posted on 5/26/21

Condolences to her family and friends, so many memories with this lady Thanks for being a part of our lives, we love you Bonnie see you at the bowling lanes in heaven

 

Becky Johnson Pearch posted on 5/26/21

Deeply saddened to learn of Bonnie’s passing . We were classmates from elementary thru high school. Many times we walked to Jr. High then Sr. High together , my sister Barbara , Bonnie & myself. Will never forget her smile & long blonde hair . Condolences to all of her family & to all who were privileged to have known her .

 

Valerie posted on 5/26/21

My smypathies to the Family and Friends. The class of 1970 will miss Bonnie. A wonderful person and classmate. R.I.P. Bonnie, you will be missed.

 

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