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Bonnie Sue (Lewis) Floyd

1955 ~ 2022 (age 66)

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Bonnie Sue Floyd was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She left this world suddenly on May 3, 2022, in her Michigan City, Indiana, home at the age of 66. She was born to Harry and Caroline Lewis on May 18, 1955. .

She worked for several years in OB as a nursing assistant at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Michigan City. She attended Ivy Tech College where she studied nursing. 
Special thanks to her sister, best friend, and at the end, caregiver Irene Schulp; and her sister-in-law Rene Stantz for always being there for her. Also, Taylor and Rebecca from Dunes Hospice for making her feel like a queen for the last two weeks of her life. 

On June 17, 1971, she married the love of her life, Edward Floyd Sr., who proceeds her in death. Together, they had three beautiful children, two of them preceding her in death, her daughter Sherry Lee, and her son Edward Floyd Jr. Also proceeding her in death are her father Harry Lewis Sr., brother Larry Lewis, and mother-in-law Mary Floyd. 

Bonnie leaves to cherish her unforgettable memories, her daughter: Ammie (Bret) McIntosh. As her family grew, she had six grandchildren: Austin Floyd, Josh Floyd, Cole (Caitey) McIntosh, Drake (Kayla Stouder) McIntosh, Katey (Zach Otano) McIntosh, and Keagan Drzewiecki. She also had four great-grandchildren: Zoie McIntosh, Delanie McIntosh, Victoria McIntosh, and Gavin Hawkins. Surviving siblings are Irene Schulp, Topper Blanch, and Mo Lewis. 

Bonnie loved shopping and her dog, Bella, but most of all spending time with her family. Her favorite meals were chicken and rice, mostaccioli, and carrot cake. She also loved her Diet Pepsi. Her favorite color was red. She loved red roses and diamond rings.

Her famous words to her loved ones were, “I need you. I love you. I miss you.” Bonnie was one of the strongest women we knew. She battled her lung illness for 3 years. She will be forever missed in our hearts but never forgotten. 

A private internment will take place. Please keep the family in your prayers.

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