Bonnie Ahlstrom was 76 years old when she died in March 2021. She died just a few weeks after her birthday. Bonnie was also born on March 9, 1945.
Bonnie Ahlstrom is the daughter of Joyce Adelle Adams and Charles Howard Ahlstrom. Bonnie had two siblings: Mimi Lauper and Bill Osborn.
Bonnie was also a native of Cedar City, Utah. She did, however, grow up in Oakland, California. Bonnie went to Skyline High School and Cal Berkley for her education. She earned a degree in accounting from the latter.
Bonnie Ahlstrom was reportedly under 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Yes and no. Yes, Bonnie had a Facebook page before she died. On the other hand, she didn’t appear to be active on Instagram.
Bonnie worked in education despite having a degree in accounting. Bonnie, a math tutor by trade, spent a year as the principal of a private school. Bonnie’s obituary stated that she “mentored, tutored, and instilled a love of learning in many people, both young and old, even into her final days.”
Bonnie worked as the manager of the Lizzie’s Heritage Inn in Parowan, Utah, in her final days. A person described his stay at Grandma’s house, saying, “I didn’t stay at a hotel, I stayed at Grandma’s house.”
In October 1965, Bonnie Ahlstrom married Meri Brown’s father and her husband, William James Barber Jr.Bonnie, and William moved to Utah after spending their first few years as a married couple in the Bay Area.
Bonnie and William had seven children: Meri, Adam, Elaine, Rebekah, Deborah, Teresa, and Marc. The latter two died before Bonnie. Bonnie was also greeted in heaven by her husband, Bill.
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$1 to $5 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$1 to $4 million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
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Bonnie Ahlstrom died on March 26, 2021. Merri Brown announced Bonnie’s death on Instagram a few days later. Her lengthy post began as follows:
“76 years and 17 days was insufficient time for the world to feel this beautiful woman’s beautiful spirit. This woman’s life mission was to give, love, and serve. This woman only knew how to do things for other people. This woman would give up everything for you. She was a strong, resilient, and compassionate woman. This woman was always a safe place to land, no matter where or when. This woman, this lovely lady, my mother.”
The TLC star went on to say:
“She left us abruptly, unexpectedly, and far too soon, and I literally don’t know what I’m going to do with the rest of my life without her.”
Meri finished her statement by writing:
“Mom, I love you more than words can express, but I know you already know that. You are loved, you are missed, and I know you are celebrating with dad on the other side, hugging your daughter and son who left us too soon, reuniting with your parents, and getting to know your father. Be happy, love them all, and hug them all. Alternatively, just keep filling the space around you with the light that you always do. Mom, I adore you!”
Meri, on the other hand, did not reveal Bonnie Ahlstrom’s cause of death.
Bonnie’s funeral services were scheduled for Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at the Rocky Ridge Chapel, 157 N. Eastridge Road in Rocky Ridge, Utah, according to usobit.com (from I-15 exit 242). A viewing was also scheduled for 11:00 a.m., followed by services at 1:00 p.m. The funeral will be held at the Rocky Ridge Cemetery.