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Bonnie May (Hutchins) Vincent

December 6, 1949 ~ July 10, 2020 (age 70)

Obituary

December 6, 1949 ~ July 10, 2020 

Bonnie May Vincent Loya was born to Eldon Hutchins and Mary Lou Wardle on December 6, 1949, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bonnie was called home on July 10, 2020, surrounded by her loved ones in Tooele, Utah.  

She was a loving Mother, Daughter, Wife, Sister, Aunt, and Friend. 

Bonnie was full of life and loved to give to others. She enjoyed making others smile. She has left us all with wonderful memories of her and she will be dearly missed. 

Bonnie was the only girl out of seven children. After losing her mother at a young age she stepped in and took on the mother role for her siblings. Their relationship was long lasting, and they shared a special bond. 

Nothing meant more to Bonnie than family. She loved her children and grandchildren more than anything. There is nothing she wouldn’t do for them.  

She was a wonderful cook and loved having family get togethers when she could. She enjoyed crafts, painting, and crocheting. She loved to dress up for any occasion and had great taste and style. She was full of spunk and always let you know what she was thinking. 

Bonnie married the love of her life, Ron Vincent on March 23, 1973. They made their home in Murray, Utah and lived there for many years raising six children together. When the children were grown, they moved to Toquerville, Utah. After Ron’s passing in 2012, she married Robert Loya on February 14, 2014, making their home in Mesquite, Nevada. He meant everything to her. After Bob’s passing in 2017, she moved to Grantsville, Utah. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, first husband Ron Vincent, second husband Bob Loya, son Sam Vincent, and her son-in-law Dick Adamson. 

She is survived by her children, Annette Adamson of St. George, Utah, Robert (Chris) Loya of Las Vegas, Nevada, Mike (Rebecca) Miller of Grantsville, Utah, Angie (Mike) Shaw of Magna, Utah, Corey (Karyn) Vincent of Toquerville, Utah, and Tony (Sandy) Vincent of Grantsville, Utah. Her posterity also includes 22 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. 

We will miss Bonnie terribly, however, are comforted knowing she is with her loved ones again. 

There will be a celebration of her beautiful life held at a later date.  

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Services

Visitation
Thursday
July 23, 2020

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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