10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Bonnie Mae Connelly-Hagan October 20, 1956 - September 26, 2020

On Saturday, September 26, 2020, Bonnie Mae Connelly-Hagan, loving wife and mother of two, passed away at the age of 63. Bonnie was born on October 20, 1956 in Stanton, CA to William and Opal Connelly. She was the youngest of seven children.

Bonnies’ family was always the most Important thing to her. She moved to Boise, ID to raise her two sons. In 1993 she met and fell in love with her husband, Russell Leon Hagan. She had many jobs in her life; the most important one to her was caring for her ever-growing family. Her greatest joy and achievement was seeing her family happy and healthy. To know her was to be loved by her. She never let a special day for a loved one pass with out acknowledgement. She greeted everyone with a huge heart and an infectious smile. She loved the outdoors, butterflies and all things yellow. She enjoyed spending her summers boating on the lake (she would be out there all day) or camping.

Bonnie was preceded in death by her father, William, and her mother, Opal. She is survived by her husband, Rusty, her two sons, Jason and Ryan, her brothers, Ken, Bill, Clovis and Bob, her sisters, Winnie and Barbara, Her grandchildren, great grandchildren, several cousins, nephews and nieces.

A small socially distanced service will be held on Thursday October 1rd, 2020 at 12:00p.m. at Dry Creek Cemetery 9600 Hill Rd. Boise, ID 83714.


A small socially distanced service will be held on Thursday October 1rd, 2020 at 12:00p.m. at Dry Creek Cemetery 9600 Hill Rd. Boise, ID 83714.


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    Karin Hagan says

    You will be forever in missed Bonnie. Peace and love to you.

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    Stacie Connelly says

    You Aunt Bonnie spread your wings and fly,,,, Forever in our hearts…Luv ya

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    Kenny &Terrie Connelly says

    What a tremendous loss sister. Heaven has gained the brightest, most beautiful, loving, & caring woman! We will miss you immensely! Your smile & contagious laugh will live on in our hearts forever. Give mom & dad a big hug and kiss from us! It’s not goodbye, it’s we’ll see you again! Love you!

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    Jennifer Fuselier says

    To the most amazing woman i ha e ever met… I begged you to stay just a little longer..Being able to say goodbye was so hard.. Still doesnt seem real you not bei g here
    .. You had the biggest heart of any woman i ha e ever met

    You were more of a mom to then me than my own. I love you so much and i will miss you forever.. So many memories i will take with me always.. Love always beautiful lady…

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    Eileen & Lee Hagan says

    We were so excited when you said you were coming to see us. It all happened so fast. I was going to give you the butterfly necklace when you were here. Instead, I sent it to you, with so much love., for you to wear when you went to your new home. That little butterfly will help me find you when my time comes. I want to spend forever telling you how amazing you are and how much Dad and I love you. Until then, we will miss you my “Beautiful Butterfly”! With all of our love, Mom and Dad

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