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Bonnie Owen Peeno

Service Date: June 11, 2021
Visitation Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger
Interment Info: Highland Cemetery
Service Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger
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Bonnie Owen Peeno, 97, of Louisville, KY, passed away on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at The Forum at Brookside in Louisville, KY, surrounded by her loving family. Bonnie was a sales associate for Stanley Home Products for more many years upon retiring. Her faith was important to her, as she was a long-time member of Ludlow Baptist Church where she was the organist. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence E. Peeno in 2016 and her brother, Milton Owen. Bonnie is survived by her loving children; Dr. Douglas (Elizabeth “Betsy”) Peeno and Barb (Keith) Black, sisters-in-laws, Helen Peeno and Shirley Peeno. She also leaves behind her loving grandchildren; Bryan Peeno, Kevin (Courtney) Black, Amy (Daniel) Chilton, Emily Baker, Laurie (Brian) Colebank and Kyle MacAllister along with her great grandchildren; Olivia, Collin, Bennett, Avery, David, Mackenzie, Claire, Reagan, Hailey, Greyson, Alex, Macy and Luke. Visitation will be Friday, June 11, 2021 from 12pm to 3pm at Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger, KY with funeral services to follow at 3pm at the funeral home. A private burial will be held at Highland Cemetery in Ft. Mitchell, KY. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. Online condolences can be sent to www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

 

 

Friday
11
June
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger

30 Commonwealth Avenue
ERLANGER, KY 41018
Friday
11
June
3:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger

30 Commonwealth Avenue
ERLANGER, KY 41018

Highland Cemetery

Address: 2167 Dixie Hwy Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017
Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Bonnie Owen Peeno


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Condolences

I had the pleasure of knowing and serving Mrs. Peeno in my work at the Forum, and I will always treasure the opportunity that I had to get to know her. She was kind and funny, and she never failed to make me laugh on the nights that she would ask for “a bunch” of sugar, because she was out in her room. No matter how many sugar packets I gave her, it never quite fit her definition of “a bunch,” so she’d make her way back to the kitchen for more. Listening to her play the piano was one of my favorite things, and it always made me smile when she would walk in, sit down, and play some hymns. The passion and talent that she maintained even with age was remarkable to witness. On behalf of myself and those of us at the Forum, I want to offer my condolences to Mrs. Peeno’s loved ones. She will be dearly missed and fondly remembered.


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Dear Barb and family, So very sorry to hear of Mrs. Peeno’s passing! May each day get better. Prayers, the Truitts


Sincere sympathy

You can shed tears because they are gone, or you can smile because they lived. You can be happy for tomorrow because of the memories of yesterday.
Peace and comfort to all the family during this difficult time. God Bless.

Shirley Peeno (Sister-in-law)