Bonnie K. Miles, 81

Bonnie Kay Miles, 81, formerly of Ellwood City passed away Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at UPMC Passavant Hospital following an extended illness.

Born May 24,1938 in Ellwood City, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Ruth (Moyer) Bicker. She was married to William E. Miles, who passed away in 2001.

Bonnie graduated from Lincoln High School. She worked at Garrett Manufacturing and at Honeywell in the shipping and receiving departments. She was a former member of Bell Memorial Presbyterian Church. Bonnie enjoyed traveling and reading. Her most cherished time was spent with her family especially her grandchildren.

Survivors include two sons, Bradley (Melinda) Miles of Henderson, NV, Jeff Miles with whom she resided in Pittsburgh; her daughter, Sandra (Steve) Kardish of Charleston, SC; and three grandchildren, Ashley Miles and Joseph and Lauren Kardish.

In addition to her parents and husband, Bonnie was preceded in death by a daughter, Deborah Miles in 1982 and a sister,Pamela Geibel.

As per her wishes there will be a private service held. Final interment will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery.

Memorial Contributions may be made to a charity of donors choice.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Ellwood City.

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6 thoughts on “Bonnie K. Miles, 81

  1. Sandy, Jeff and Brad,
    So very sorry for the loss of your dear Mother. Please accept our deep condolences at this difficult time. We have fond memories of you from long ago
    when we lived on Byng street. Sandy, you and your sister
    Debby used to walk our son and neighbor boy to Ewing
    Park school each day, and walked them home, and often came to play in our yard. Such good neighborhood
    Kids. Think of Debby often. Time passes but memories remain.

  2. We are so sad to hear of Bonnie passing. She was so wonderful, kind and happy! I worked with Bonnie at Honeywell and she was truly loved there by everyone.

    Rest in peace beautiful Bonnie

    • Thank you Jeff. My mom really enjoyed working with all of you. We really miss her but know she’s in a much better place. Sandy

      Thanks Nat and Rosemary. It was so nice growing up in the park. A lot of great memories. Thanks for your kind words.

      Thanks Alison. My mom was blessed with great friends. She talked about her work often and fondly. Sandy

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