Bonnie Bay Barnhart

February 28, 1942 ‒ December 07, 2019

Delaware, Ohio

Bonnie Bay Barnhart, age 77, of Delaware, died peacefully on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Walnut Crossing Memory Care in Marysville.  Formerly employed by Goose Berry Patch and retired from Acoustic Fiber.  Born February 28, 1942 in Columbus to the late Robert C. and Dorothy L. (Barnes) Estes.  Bonnie loved spending time with her family and was a full-time grandmother.  She enjoyed attending car shows with her husband Ron, quilting and crochet.  Bonnie was proceeded in death by husband, Ron; granddaughter, Nichola Mullins; sister, Janice Denny; brothers, David, Donnie and Robert Estes.  She is survived by devoted daughters, Brenda (Roy) Mullins of Florida, Sherry Brumfield of Delaware, Roberta (Adolph) Morczek of Marion, Christy (Bob) Freeman of Utica; five grandchildren, Jesse Mullins, Amy Armstrong, Kyle Brumfield, Chrystal and Cheris Morczek; sisters, Kay Brooks of Outville and Marilyn (Robin) Byers of Pataskala; brothers, Mitz (Marsha) Estes of Reynoldsburg and John (Sandy) Estes of Buckeye Lake.  Memorial Service will be held at 1 o’clock pm on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive, (formerly 1510 W. William Street), Delaware.   Mr. Ed Schlote, Funeral Celebrant. Private family interment at New House Cemetery at a later date. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association Central Ohio Chapter, 1379 Dublin Rd., Columbus, OH 43215 in Bonnie’s memory.  The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is honored to serve the Barnhart family.  Please leave a condolence or memory for the family at

  • Our deepest sympathy for the family. I will remember her funny humor and her strong will that she liked to tell you how it was, not to make to make you mad or upset just how she saw it! Hugs and Love! Dave, Buffy and Family

  • Please forgive me I left out my mom’s sister Dixie Lee gault she was my mom’s oldest sister and friend and companion they were very close to each other please forgive me for that and thank you all so much for your thoughts yibby

  • Bonnie was so precious to me. She had the best sense of humor and was so loving. She will be missed greatly. 💜

  • Bonnie was my best friend at work(acousta fiber) she was so full of joy & laughter. I always enjoyed being with her & working with her. I will cherish the memories & times I had with her. May God bless her family in this time of sorrow. I’ll remember you forever Bonnie!

  • Bonnie was such a kind, sweet and generous person. She and Ron were two of our closest friends. We had many experiences with them and we cherish all our times together. They leave a hole in our hearts.
    Sadly missed by us!
    Jack & Joyce Henderson

  • My prayers go out to the family. I remember Bonnie when I was growing up. She was a lot of fun and so full of life.

  • Bonnie was always smiling. I would run into her in the grocery store and her and Dixie always had hugs to share. She always made me feel apart of the Estes family, for that I am grateful.
    Hugs to the family❤️ Love you all!

    Kim Estes

  • Sherry and family,
    No words can ease the pain of your loss.
    You have no doubt that Bonnie is in a better place. She and your Dad are happy again.