LaVonn Marie “Bonnie” Lashuay

July 14, 1965 ‒ March 14, 2020

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: When all the dust has settled, and all the crowds are gone, the things that matter most are faith, family, and friends.  Bonnie Lashuay’s greatest joy was her family.  A loving wife, mom, grandma and daughter, Bonnie passed away unexpectedly Saturday, March 14, 2020.  She was just 54.

Bonnie was born July 14, 1965 in Columbus.  For 19 years Bonnie worked as an LPN.  Recently she worked as an independent provider.  LaVonn loved caring for others especially her sunshine Aryanna.

Bonnie loved music.  Her family was her world.

She is survived by her husband Timothy Lashuay; children Adena Canterbury, Eric (Rachel) Persinger, and Cody Evert; mother and stepfather Anne (Jim) Miller; stepson Aiden Vollmar; grandchildren Daemon Canterbury and Mason Persinger.

She was preceded in death by her father Donald Refinati and sister Donna Evert.

Her family will receive friends Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 4-7 pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where funeral services will begin at 11am on Thursday.  Celebrant Dave Roberts will officiate.  Burial will follow in Bryn Zion Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Snyder Funeral Home to assist the family with funeral expenses.

 

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  • God needed a precious angel and He chose Bonnie!!! I was suppose to see you last night! I am heartbroken you are gone! Rest easy my friend!

  • Bonnie was a great person! I first met her at Bennington Glen where I worked as a STNA. The nurses that always were there were Bonnie,Holly Pauley,Abby,Bambi,and many others. They all were very close! Bonnie thank you for being such a great friend to me! I love you and will miss you greatly! You will always have a special place in my heart.. May you soar high with the Angels in Heaven and may you Rest in Peace…. Until we meet again……

  • My prayers are with you . So sorry to hear this . I worked with Bonnie at Cracker Barrel and nursing home in Centerburg . I am so sorry for your loss .

  • I met bonnie at my first stna job Bennington Glen and she was so amazing to be around and to work with! She pushed me to get my nursing license along with Holly, Abby, Tasha, and Bambi! She kept in touch with me after I left that job to check in occasionally and I always liked that she put a fire under my rear to keep my head on straight so I could be a nurse to have a career. She was a great person with a beautiful soul and she will most definitely be sorely missed but never forgotten.

  • I am so truly sorry.Bonnie was an amazing woman and a great friend.I met her back in 1984.She helped through alot of things. I have alot of memories with Bonnie. My heart is breaking….Lots of Love…Hugs.and Prayers to the family!…..Patti Scribner

  • It is with a heavy heart and sadness, we have to say goodbye to Bonnie so suddenly but she will never be forgotten. She is one of my fondest memories growing up as our families were close friends. Friends are Family!! I am so sorry for such a great loss to so many. She has wings now to always be by the side of her family and friends. She is so loved!
    xoxoxoxo

  • Bonnie is and was a special light on this earth and she will continue to be a bright light in heaven. She will not be forgotten but forever in our heart. Loving thoughts and prayers to all her family and friends, special hugs for you Annie.

  • Bonnie will have a special place in my heart forever. She was a beautiful person, a genuine friend, and I will truly miss her.