Bonnie Jean Tharpe, age 62, of Drakes Branch, VA, passed away on Monday, September 12, 2022. She was preceded in death by her father, Marshall “Lit” Wade Tharpe; and a brother, Mark Tharpe.
Bonnie is survived by her son, Braxton Tharpe; two grandchildren, Austin Lloyd and Landon Lacks; her mother, Nancy S. Irby; one brother, Jeffrey W. Tharpe; one niece, Kaitlyn Tharpe; one great-nephew, Jordan Boettcher.
A graveside funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, September 19, 2022, at Lebanon Methodist Church Cemetery, Drakes Branch, VA. The Reverend Bill McIntosh will be officiating. The Browning-Duffer Funeral Home in Keysville, VA, is respectfully serving the Tharpe family.
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IM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF BONNIE PASSING AWAY MAY GOD BLESS THE FAMILY DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME
Tammy Stearnes Silby
I am so sorry to hear about Bonnie.We where schoolmates.She will be missed.Prayers to the family.RIP
MAY YOU FOREVER REST IN PEACE BONNIE, AND KNOW JOE WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU. YOU WERE THE MOST SWEETEST, MOST LOVING PERSON I’VE EVER MET, GOD BLESS YOUR SOUL BONNIE, HEAVEN HAS GAINNED THE GREATEST ANGEL OF ALL, LOVING YOU ALWAYS, YOUR JOE…
I am so sorry for your loss. Bonnie was a wonderful person. she was very special to me. rest easy baby girl. fly high fly high. I love you Bonnie Tharp.
Hard to put word on feelings. but I know as here soon as the one that was there the entire time. good bad and worse an now she is at peace no more pain no more sorrow. so smile bc she is still watch us and praying for us. she would want us to smile and be happy for her she is with mark an papa now. happy .. I’ll always keep you in my heart and know you are here with me pushing me to do and be a better man. I love you momma
Herman (H.P.) Harding
Bonnie was an upper age teen when i first met her , i knew her dad and uncles well . Though the years we would see each other someplace and she would share things about her life and problems of life as we talked . I had a high respect for her and i think she did for me also. I would go quiet a while and not hear about her and would ask someone about her. Condolences to the family. H.P. Harding