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KVPI Family mourning the loss of Miss Bonnie Fontenot age 86

The KVPI family is mourning the loss of another long time member: Miss Bonnie Fontenot. Bonnie age 86 died Monday after a short illness. For more than 60 years, Bonnie served KVPI as a bookkeeper and Office manager. She was the voice of the 3;00pm Local News for many years. She was honored by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters for her years of service to the broadcasting industry. Bonnie retired just a few years ago after a lifetime of service. Every one who has ever worked at KVPI will have special memories of Miss Bonnie who was like a second mom to all of us. Love and prayers to her wonderful family who shared their mom with us for so many years. She is survived by her five daughters: Ramona Hardee, Rebecca Fontenot, Carla Dupuis, Lisa Hansen and Jeri Olivas, four sons- Richard Ricky Fontenot, Kirk Fontenot, Keith Fontenot and Kent Fontenot, 20 grand children, 25 great grand children and one sister- Mrs. Sherry Vidrine. Visitation will be held Wednesday May 5 from 4-8pm and Thursday from 8:00am until time of service. Ardoin's Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Funeral services will be held at 10:30am Thursday at Our Lady Queen of All Saints Catholic Church and burial in Evangeline Memorial Park cemetery.

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