Bonnie Dumler

Bonnie Jean Dumler, 86, of Laramie died March 26, 2019. Bonnie was born in Kimball, Nebraska on December

3, 1932 to Gus Wynatt and Stella (Lovett) Wynant. She met Elmer Dumler on the Monolith Ranch near Laramie. They were married on July 5, 1949.  She worked at several hotels and motels, was an active member of the BPW, and was a member of the First Baptist Church.

Bonnie is preceded in death by her parents, her husband of 52 years, sister Donna, brothers Leslie, Neil, Donald and Leland Wynant, and grandson James. She is survived by her children Marian Sellers and Cecil Dumler, granddaughter Katherine, four great-grandchildren Amie, Kendall, Grady and Beckett, and one great-great-grandson Wyatt.

A private graveside service will be held on Friday, April 5th at 1:00 p.m. at Harmony Cemetery. Following the graveside services there will be a public reception at First Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Bonnie’s name to a favorite charity.

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Condolences (8)

  • Cheryl Bourquin

    Marian and Cecil; So sorry to hear about your mother. The last time I talked to her about giving her bad news about James passing. Praying for you all. Sincerely, Cheryl Bourquin

  • Gloria Codd

    Marian and Cecil, I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I have many fond memories of her. I send you my thoughts, comfort and prayers. to you both and to your families.

  • Kate D Harrop

    My sympathy to the family. I met Bonnie at the First Baptist church and we would talk on phone when she was homebound. She was always nice and had sense of humor. Ditto to you Bonnie and thank you.

  • Fred N

    To the Family, I want to express how sorry to read about your loss. Losing a family member can be very painful. When I lost my father, I found comfort in what the Bible teaches. I fully believe, as the Bible teaches, that God will restore paradisaic conditions to our earth and that he yearns to bring back to life on earth those who have died—including our family members. (Job 14:14, 15; John 5:28, 29) We can look forward to the day when we will hold and embrace them again. Every time we hear the word “paradise,” that hope warms our hearts! In the meantime, we can take comfort in the fact that they are in God’s memory. I hope the same thoughts may bring your family comfort in dealing with your loss.

  • Jeri Black-Farber

    Marian, I am so sorry for your loss. Peace be with you.

  • Dixie Burch

    Cecil, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. May she Rest In Peace and may you find comfort in the good memories of her.

  • Kay Hoch

    Bonnie was a friend from the first time we met, over 12 years ago. She was like the sister that I never had. My heart goes out to her family. I am sending loving and peaceful wishes to them all.

  • Anonymous

    Bonnie was one of the first people to become a friend to me when I moved to Laramie 12 years ago, and that friendship has lasted. She was a good friend and like the sister that I never had. My heart goes out to her family. I send love and good thoughts to them. K


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