Bonnie J. Rogers, RIP

Bonnie smiling

June 27, 1943 -- May 18, 2008

Funeral Arrangements

The funeral will be on Saturday, May 24 at 11:30 AM at St. John's Episcopal Church, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts.

The church is only a couple of blocks from the Beverly Farms commuter rail station, and we have timed the service so that it will be possible for people to get there on the train, and get home afterwards.

If you wish to read or to give a brief remembrance of Bonnie at the funeral, please let Laura know.

There will be lunch following the funeral at the Cygnet Restaurant in Beverly Farms. Please let one of the ushers know if you want to go to lunch, as we will be making a reservation.

Donations

Donations can be made in Bonnie's memory to:

Viola da Gamba Society of New England, P.O. Box 192, Belmont MA 02478
Or:
Project Bread, 145 Border Street, East Boston, MA 02128

Public Transportation

There's a train that leaves North Station at 10:15 and arrives in Beverly Farms at 10:59. When you get to Beverly Farms, walk through the village and turn Left. There's probably a sign saying "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.

There's a train leaving Beverly Farms at 12:25, but you probably won't make that one, so plan on having lunch with us and taking the train that leaves Beverly Farms at 2:26 and gets to North Station at 3:10.

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  • By Getting drugs « laymusic.org on March 4, 2009 at 10:49 AM

    [...] health care system. Last year, the difficulties I was thinking of were largely those of my friend Bonnie, who was dying of cancer, and presenting difficult problems to the system. But refilling a [...]

  • By Can you open the box? « laymusic.org on March 18, 2009 at 11:38 AM

    [...] happened to me last Spring, when my friend Bonnie Rogers [...]

  • By Two Weeks of Life « laymusic.org on April 3, 2009 at 11:23 AM

    [...] I had ordered the book when I read the review in the New York Times, because one of the things I wanted to use this daily blog to write about was my experiences last year with the death of my friend Bonnie. [...]

  • [...] This is part of my series of posts about the death of my friend Bonnie Rogers. [...]

  • By Garden, May 31, 2009 « laymusic.org on May 31, 2009 at 12:46 PM

    [...] probably be upset anyway, but it being one of the things I took from Bonnie’s garden makes it worse. That was something she put a lot of herself into, and I wanted to save as [...]

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