Mary Pat Bonus

Apr 6, 1942 – Jan 23, 2018

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Mary Pat Bonus, 75, died January 23, 2018, with her family by her side in Federal Way, Washington.

A memorial service will be held February 7th at 11am at Bonney-Watson cemetery in SeaTac, Washington with a reception to follow.

Mary Pat was born April 6, 1942, in Portland, Oregon; parents Phyllis and Glen White; and Ted Spencer. She later moved to Washington where she spent the remainder of her life. Mary Pat worked as a manager at the Seattle College Club for 35 years.  She was a member of the Roslyn Eagles Association and enjoyed solving crossword puzzles, bowling, playing bingo and spending time with family and friends around her dining room table.  Mary Pat and her late husband, Robert, were avid fans of the Huskies and Seahawks. They had Seahawks season tickets for their inaugural season and loved spending weekends in their motorhome outside of Husky Stadium and the Kingdome tailgating, hosting friends and family.

She is survived by her 2 sisters, Carole Roth and Carol Dalhoe; 6 children, John Johnston (Jackie), Kimberly Mckenzie, Bruce Johnston (Tamerah), Tammy Culver (Jamie), Jim Bonus (Kathy) and Bradley Bonus (Susan); 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandchild.

Mary Pat was preceded in death by her Husband, Robert Bonus; and two sons, Bill and Chip.

Donations may be sent to the American Heart Association in her honor.  


Kim mckenzie
Federal Way, Wa
Feb 6, 2018

I miss you ever minute of everyday you would be very proud of the us Mom we went to the funeral home and did all the planning to make this special day all about you,Aunt Carol is having everyone over after the funeral it has helped us we Appreciate it very much The boys and Susan cleaned your room and clothes knowing how hard it would be for me and Tammy now we have decades of stuff to go through everyone wants a little of you to keep close to there hearts there sure is enough to go around .You have spent 34 years being a Mom,Dad and grandma to all of us even if we didnít want to hear the truth but one thing you never taught us was how to live without you Iím not going to lie itís going to be hard but Iím going to try.You would be very proud of John and Bruce they are trying so hard to keep things going for me and Tammy and there hearts are very broken too .I love and miss you Mom until we meet again Mom Rest In Peace LOVE Kim

Megan culver
Des moines, Wa
Jan 29, 2018

I love you so much grandma life hasn't been the same since you left.. It's been a week today since I went to your house to see you.. I'll n3ver let go of the last thing you handed me.. I don't know my next move in life without you I honestly don't, so many times I wanna pick up the phone and ask you grandma what do you think about this or that.. I'll forever look for your pride and OK in whatever I do.. I know I'm 33 but you were still my everything.. I know your know longer suffering but I miss you so much grandma you were still are the lady of my life my Hero my best friend.. I hope your having the time of your life I miss you so much..

Ryan Mckenzie
Tacoma , Wa
Jan 29, 2018

I know your in a better place with no pain and suffering. I love you so much grams miss you a lot!

Trina Ewing
Seattle, WA
Jan 29, 2018

You were truly a grandmother to me, I love you and will miss you always!!

Darcy Cooper
Snoqualmie, WA
Jan 29, 2018

To a warm and kindhearted woman and a loving Grandmother to my children. Rest in Peace and Godspeed, Pat. Until we meet again.

Bruce Spencer Johnston
Enumclaw, Wa
Jan 29, 2018

Rest in peace mom I love you.

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