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Obituary

Heidi Christine (Meyer) Bonine

June 13, 1958 - May 16, 2022

Heidi Christine (Meyer) Bonine, 63, of Wahoo, NE passed away May 16, 2022, in Lincoln. Born June 13, 1958, in Columbus, MS to Orville and Irmgard (Venzke) Meyer.

Heidi was a graduate of Bellevue High School class of 1976. She attended Creighton College studying accounting. She married her husband Michael in 1985.

Heidi worked as a payroll administrator with various companies in and around Omaha.

As a military brat growing up, she lived in Guam and Hawaii with her family. She was happy and content to have family and friends around on any occasion and prepared delicious meals for all. Heidi enjoyed reading books and loved to have big dogs around especially Dobermans. She was so proud of her two boys Joshua and Chase.

Family members include her husband, Michael, sons Joshua and Chase.

Preceded in death by her parents and sister Evelyn Sobczyk.

No services are planned.

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May 20, 2022

Heidi and I worked together for seven years. She taught me so much, professionally and personally. Heidi was so patient with me and would adapt her explanations to suit my learning style. If I needed a sympathetic ear, she would give it and offer solutions or stories from her own experiences that made me feel not so alone in my struggle. The amount of information stored in her brain was astounding! I admired Heidi’s perseverance through many challenges, not the least of which was coming up through payroll/benefits in a time when women were not as welcome in the workforce. Anyone who knew Heidi, knew she was made of tough stuff!! Heidi’s boys were the topic of conversation on more than one occasion, (sorry guys!) and it was very clear that she loved them deeply. We were all lucky to have her in our lives and be recipients of her caring nature. My sympathy to Heidi’s family and friends.

– Rhoda Freburg
May 20, 2022

I have worked with Heidi for many years at FNBO and ACI. She had a heart of gold and was very dedicated to helping others, her team and doing the right thing. She loved sharing stories about her boys and her family. She was so sweet to make us holiday ornaments at Christmas time – those will be extra precious to me now. I also remember the yummy grape jelly she made and treats she brought to work. Most of all, I will remember her calming deep voice and laugh. Her life was cut too short too fast, and it breaks my heart. My deepest sympathy to your family.

– Pam McIntyre

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