May 17, 1955 – April 14, 2020
Bonnie Lee Driggers, 64 of Bryan, passed away peacefully to her eternal home on April 14th.
Bonnie was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. She was raised in Redfield, South Dakota. Upon completion of high school she was accepted into North Dakota State School of Science, where she completed her training to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Over the past 44 years as a nurse she took tremendous joy and pride in the care that she provided to her patients. Her career at CHI St. Joseph started as a temporary position, but she was so loved by everyone that it resulted in a full time position that lasted for 20 years.
She fought a brave and courageous battle with cancer, and continued to fight until the very end.
Her family, nursing, baking cakes, and fishing were a few of the many things she enjoyed. She took great pride in her family and cherished any time spent with them. She was a wonderful, fun loving Nana to a number of children. She proved on a daily basis that blood doesn’t make you a family.
She is proceeded in death by her late husband Lewis Dene Driggers, her father Charles Seefeldt, and her stepfathers Leonard Larsen, and Oscar Olson.
She is survived by her fiancée James Ellison, her mother Janet Olson, her sisters Pam Kimber, Lesa (David) Qualls, Paula Sattler, Charlene Loterbauer, and Peggy Brooks. Her children Janalee Seefeldt, Daniel (Chenae) Driggers, Joni(John) Kocher, and Alma (Cisco) Jimenez. Her grandchildren Mackenzie Driggers, Clayton and Carson Kocher, Xavier, AJ, and Itzy Jimenez. As well as many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that you make contributions to the American Cancer Society or Wienerspiel (Dog Rescue).
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