Don Bonker Obituary, Death – As a result of learning about Don Bonker’s passing, I am experiencing a profound sense of bereavement. My deepest condolences go out to the people of the Third Congressional District, which Don Bonker served faithfully for many years before passing away. Don was a man of tremendous faith who spent his entire life volunteering his time and energy to improve the lives of those living in the villages located in Southwest Washington.
He was a pioneer in the region and a staunch advocate for its welfare. Both in terms of the upkeep of our way of life and the preservation of the forests, Southwest Washington will continue to feel the repercussions of his labor for a good many years to come.
To be able to count him not just as a friend but also as a guide was a privilege that I will never take for granted. Don was always there to answer my queries, offer me a piece of advice, or even lend my spouse a suit to wear to my inauguration ceremony in Washington, District of Columbia. The ceremony was held in Washington, District of Columbia. Don made himself readily available at all times to respond to any questions I might have, and he never failed to do so.
On Monday night, I’m happy that I was able to say a few parting words to him before we parted ways and went our own ways. I’m also thankful that I had the opportunity to do so. I shall miss him very, very much, and my prayers are with his wife, Carolyn, and his children, Dawn and Jonathan. I will miss him very much. I am very sorry, but it looks like we won’t be able to meet up again. I am keeping him and his family in my thoughts and sending them positive energy.