South Royalston, MA — On July 14, 2022, in the former bedroom of her grandmother, Pearl May (Fenner) Harrington, Bonny passed away peacefully in her sleep from cardiorespiratory failure, as a result of being a long-term smoker.
She was the daughter of Richard and Virginia Moore, sister to Holly and aunt to Goldie, Luke, Caleb, Joshua, Joseph, James, Samuel and Jedidiah.
Having grown up in Royalston, but then traveling around the world, Bonny returned to Royalston where her family has lived since the early 1800's. Bonny was a talented artist and singer, but her greatest gifts were in her ability to train animals. Beginning with horses she later raised and bred Dobermans, American and English bulldogs. Her latest joy, from whom she loved to be smothered with kisses, was her mother's dog, Pearl.
Bonny had assured her family that she was trusting solely in Christ's full and final payment on the cross for all of her sins. If Bonny could talk to you now, she would not only urge you to never smoke but would plead with you to admit you had broken God's law, to repent of your sins and trust Christ as your Savior from Hell. She would tell that no amount of "good" works will outweigh the bad you have done. Your only hope is to trust solely in Christ. Ephesians 2:8,9. Bonny knew it was appointed unto man once to die and then the judgment. She would tell you how wonderful it was to meet her Savior, but how terrifying it would be to meet God instead as your judge. Bonny would urge you to put away your pride and trust Jesus now to forgive you. She did not know when she said goodnight to her dogs Wednesday night that she would never awaken again. You are not guaranteed tomorrow!
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Second Congregational Church, So. Royalston. A service will be held at the church on Saturday, July 23rd at 2:00 with a fellowship to follow where, Lord willing, Ginny Moore will be on the phone for you to share your condolences.
Mack Family Funeral Home 110 New Athol Road, Orange, MA 01364 has been entrusted with Bonny's care. To leave an online condolence please visit www.mackfamilyfh.com. Kevin J Mack, Walter C. Taylor and Douglas M. Stone, funeral directors.