of Greenbrier, AR
November 29, 1931 - November 19, 2020
Bonnie Ileva Strickland, 88, of Greenbrier, entered her heavenly life on, November 19, 2020. She began her Earthly life on November 29, 1931 in Clinton, AR to the late James and Mary J. Bonds. Bonnie was a faithful member of First Baptist Church in Greenbrier. She retired after 20 years as an Inspector for Frito Lay in Topeka. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. Bonnie was a loyal friend and was always there if family or friends needed any help. Bonnie was preceded in death by her parents, husband of 64 years, Leava ''Dean'' Strickland, brothers, Andrew, Marvin, and Vernon Bonds. She is survived by her daughter, Terry (Thomas) Mack, grand-daughter, Michelle McCown, great-grandchildren, Michael Dean Gast and Autumn Rose McCown, step great grandchild, Stacy Hem, great-great grandchildren, Anistyn, Aaliah and Allyson Gast, step great-great grandchild, Aniya, sister, Ruby Campbell, and brother, Dean Bonds. Funeral Service will begin at 2:00PM on Monday, November 23, 2020 at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier. Burial will follow at Holly Mountain Cemetery in Clinton, Arkansas.
Bonnie & Dean were the best neighbors we have ever had. We appreciate their love and commitment to the Lord. They are greatly missed in this Greenbrier. Prayers for comfort and peace to their family.
She will be missed. We loved her and Bro. Dean at First baptist church.
Terry and Michelle, I am so very sorry to hear about your Mom and Grandma. She was a wonderful lady. I know she will be missed by you and many others. Lots of love to you both
Dear Terry and Michelle, My mind is so full of wonderful memories of worshiping with your Grandma and Grandpa at Highland Park. Ileva was such a wonderful woman, so caring and such a good friend. I am praying for both of you and all of the family as you say your earthly farewell to your Mother and Grandmother. I am heartened to know that she and her Dean have had a wonderful reunion and are together for eternity. I love you both!!! <3
Sending your whole family love. Ileva was such a kind woman, I remember many happy hours in her home.
I've loved Mrs. ileva for a long time. Will miss her sweet face, quirky laugh and beautiful spirit. Our Church won't be the same without her. Maggie & Mark Nicholas and Grandma Betty
I sure loved Aunt Ileva and so did mama. She was a very special lady!
Our thoughts and prayers for all. She was a sweet lady. Always had a beautiful smile.