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1319 NE 7th Ave
Portland, OR

503-233-5953

Coffee and Snacks: 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Sunday Gatherings: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

 

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Nan Bonneau Memorial Service

A Memorial Service for Nan Bonneau is at 2 pm in Temple Baptist Church's sanctuary (1319 NE 7th Ave). Limited parking is available in the church lot at NE 6th & Wasco with access to the building and an elevator. Metered street parking is also available as well as the lot across from the church on NE 7th Ave.

You are invited to join us in the Upper Room at the close of the service for a reception and time to visit with Nan’s family and friends. Special thanks to the Deaconesses of the church who lovingly prepared the refreshments for us.

Nannette Esther Bonneau (Perrott)

 Nannette Bonneau was born in Duluth, Minnesota, to Charles John Perrott and Jeannette Marion Perrott. She had two older brothers and two younger sisters. The family moved to Portland, Oregon during the Great Depression. After graduation from high school, she attended nursing school. She married the boy next door, Frank Bonneau, on March 7, 1941. They were married 53 years andwere blessed with five children: Jeannette Bessler (Felix), Frank Bonneau Jr. (Elaine), Patricia Wilson (Mark), Charles (Ann), and Philip (Misty). She considered her sons-in-law and daughters-in-law as sons and daughters. 

She is survived by one sister, Patricia Webber, and many nieces and nephews. She and Frank were blessed with ten grandchildren: Felix Bessler Jr., Jennifer Bessler, Mary Bessler, Stephen Bessler, Mike Bonneau (Omela), Ryan Bonneau, Misti Byrd, Rachel Hughes (Jonathan), Nancy Drummond (Colin), and Christopher Bonneau (Michelle). Ten great-grandchildren include Austin Byrd, Justin Byrd, Joey Bessler, Gabriel Bessler, Sasha Drummond, Corbin Hughes, Emmett Hughes, Harmony Bonneau, Devon Bonneau, and Jazlynn Bonneau.

Nannette was a wonderful mother who prayed and read the Bible with her children the day they came home from the hospital even when they did not understand what she was doing. There were lots of activities in which she invested her time. When she was older she was active in Bible studies and was a deaconess at church, a Sunday School teacher, room mother, and Girl Scout leader.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank, daughter, Patricia, and granddaughter, Mary. .