Bonnie Inez Dunevant

May 31, 1945 - November 21, 2021

Bonnie Inez Dunevant was born in Roxboro, NC on May 31, 1945 to Edgar Love Dunevant, and Lillian Averette Dunevant. She passed away on November 21, 2021 at Silvermark Assisted Living in Plano, TX after a short stay there.


Bonnie was a graduate of the University of North Carolina. Her career included Human Resources executive leadership and management/business partnership positions with companies in Atlanta, Chicago, Indianapolis and Dallas. She enjoyed working with employees and management as well as solving problems.


Bonnie loved the Plano Symphony, the Dallas theatre scene, concerts at the Arboretum, dining with friends, international travel to France, Hong Kong, Italy, Spain and other destinations, but most especially her many valued friends throughout the country and Dallas. She cared deeply about her friends and family and was always willing to help or provide advice. Bonnie will be greatly missed by all who knew her.


Bonnie is predeceased by her parents Edgar and Lillian Dunevant and nephew Chuck Griffis. Surviving are her Sister, Sherrill Dunevant Griffis (Robert LeGrand) of Dallas; Brother Edgar Love Dunevant, Jr, (Teresa) of Lexington, NC; nephews and nieces Maxwell Dunevant, Danila Skaugen (Bob), Kyle Griffis (Terrill); Julee Griffis, and Jane Griffis; great nephews and nieces Anna Skaugen, William Skaugen, Justin Hege and Edward Griffis.
Bonnie had a big personality. She loved pink and she loved to laugh. Her family and friends with carry these memories of her forever. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Memorial contributions in Bonnie’s honor can be made to The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas 75218 or New Century Hospice, 4101 McEwen Rd #500, Dallas, TX 75244.

3 replies on “Bonnie Inez Dunevant”

Mary white says:

Bonnie was a dear friend for many years. She will be loved and missed by everyone that knew her. God bless you. With sadness and love, i will treasure our friendship forever. Mary
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Christina Harvey says:

Bonnie was a sweet and dear friend. Bonnie said she should write a book because there was so many things she wanted to write about her family. She loved to talk about her upbringing.
Bonnie will be missed by many friends that she made while living in Dallas.
Bonnie we all have such sweet memories of you.

Glenda Johnson says:

Bonnie and I met many years ago at a Dallas Human Resources career meeting. I felt, we had an immediate connection which turned into a long term, cherished friendship. She was so kind to include me into her circle of friends which I have also enjoyed. That was Bonnie!

She was smart, well read, a people person, an interesting conversationalist and a good listener. I liked to ask her what she was reading (often biographies), because she could provide a great synopsis with all the important nuggets! I always wished I had her great memory and recall of details, past and present!

I will miss Bonnie for many reasons, including our frequent conversations on a wide range of topics, that always involved our interest in politics and the topics of the day!

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