Bonnie Jo Fenton, 77 of Little Rock, AR passed away on February 16, 2023, peacefully in her home with family. Bonnie was born October 16, 1945 to Tommy and Bonnie Fowler in Swifton, Arkansas.
After graduating high school, she was employed and retired from Maybelline as a forklift driver. Bonnie is preceded in death by her parents, Tommy, and Bonnie; brothers, Billie Carol, Leon, Don, and Randy; sisters, Ann, Lori, and Joyce. She is also preceded in death by her loving husband of fifty years, James Edgar Fenton.
Bonnie is survived by her children and their partners; Tommy Charles Fenton “Chuck” and Randy Martinez, Donnie Wayne Fenton and Wendy Frank of Little Rock, and Kathy and Shannon Carrigan of Little Rock. Bonnie is also survived by her siblings and their partners; sisters, Fay and Rick Davis, Tina Wigley and Tammy and Tony Risola; brothers, Billy Dean Fowler, Larry and Vicki Fowler, Terri and Pat Fowler. Bonnie had a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren who were the absolute light of her life, Nichole and Jake Ussery of Cabot; Britney and Cameron Nalley of Hensley; Harley Michael and Brittany Garcia of Little Rock; Donnie Wayne Jr. and Allison Fenton of Little Rock; Savannah Lee Carrigan and Bailey Marie Carrigan of Little Rock; great-grandchildren were Baylor, Bowen, and Beckham of Cabot; Adrianna, Caleb, and Pasleigh of Hensley; Zane, Royce, and Bentley of Little Rock; Greyson, Eli, and Jaxon of Sheridan.
Bonnie was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She loved fiercely and unconditionally. Her greatest joys were her family and especially her grandchildren. She loved fishing, watching jeopardy & CNN (detective work and fixing anyone's problems; asked or not lol), singing outrageously, stalking, and commenting multiple times per post on our Facebook, traveling the country with her grandchildren, and watching them play sports. She found true joy in just watching them enjoy life. She truly was their proudest fan.
There will forever be a void in her absence. Until we see you again Mamaw, may you Rest in Peace. We love you.