December 9, 2021
Bonnie Walker-Eddy passed at home after the family completed the Thanksgiving she had planned. She fought a long six-year battle with bone cancer.
Her life was full of her family and career. She retired as a bookkeeper at the Squaxin Tribal Smoke Shop but previously worked at Little Creek and the Alderbrook Inn. Her proudest career moment was when she was promoted to the POS auditor by Ron Meyers. Bonnie was an Eagles member and loved dancing and taking photos of the deer in her yard. Her fondest childhood memories were swimming in the creek and riding her horses. Bonnie's proudest family moments were when she had all five kids together for holiday dinners. Bonnie was reunited with her parents, Al and Norma Eddy, who passed in 1989 and 2017, her sister Darlene Palmer (1991), and two brothers.
She is survived by her sister, Jo Devlin, and brother, Rick Eddy; her children Heath Eddy-Walker, Dawn Hineline-Clark, Tami Simmons, Amy Varner and Shane Walker; 11 grandkids and three great-grandkids.
A reception will be held at Little Creek Casino Friday evening, December 17, 2021. A service will be held Saturday, December 18, 2021, at Mills & Mills Funeral Home, in Tumwater, WA, at 1:00 p.m.