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Bonnie Jean (Dicou) Terry

Posted 2020-02-14 by mhenderson
Published in The Miner on Feb. 11, 2020 -
Kingman, Arizona -

Bonnie Jean Terry was born on May 29, 1962 in Salt Lake City, Utah to
Dirk and Louise Dicou. She grew up in Rupert, Idaho and graduated from
Minico High School in 1980.

She met her husband, Max Lynn Terry, while they were both attending
college in Utah. They were married Aug. 21. 1982.

After years of traveling and moving around the country for schooling
and jobs they settled in Kingman, Arizona in 2003. Together they
created and owned Mountain West Medical Imaging until January 2020.

Bonnie is having a joyous reunion in heaven with their firstborn, Max
David Terry.

She is survived by her husband, Max Lynn Terry; sons Scott (Maria)
Terry, Steven (Charri ) Terry, and Michael Terry; and daughters
Michelle (Trent) Nielsen, Andrea (Christopher) Furr amd Danielle
Terry. She is also survived by grandchildren Colton Terry, Sydney
Furr, Elizabeth Nielsen, Brooklyn Terry, Evelyn Terry, Emma Nielsen,
Remington Furr, Alexander Terry, Clara Terry and Hannah Nielsen.

Bonnie is also survived by her parents, Dirk and Louise Dicou; and
siblings Sandra Yetter, Troy Dicou, Caryn Tucker, Shane Dicou, Denise
Haugen, Marlo Gifford and Lisa Mower.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020 at 11 a.m. in
the LDS chapel, 610 Eastern St., Kingman, Arizona, where family and
friends may attend a viewing from 10-11am prior to the services.

An additional service will be held Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020 at 10 a.m.
in the LDS chapel, 828 S. Locust, Pleasant Grove, Utah, where family
and friends may attend a viewing from 9-10 a.m. prior to services.

She will then be laid to rest in the Lindon City Cemetery.





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