In Memory of

Bonnie

Collette

Null

(Gibson)

Obituary for Bonnie Collette Null (Gibson)

Bonnie Collette Null of Cummings, Kansas, was born September 27, 1949, in Denver, Colorado to Thomas Gibson, Jr. and Helen LaVerne (Binford) Gibson. She departed this life August 31, 2023, at the age of 73.

She and her family moved from Denver to Delta, Colorado in 1964 and she graduated from Delta High School in 1966. She graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1971 and earned a degree in education. While teaching junior high English for several years in Grand Junction, she married Larry Reeves. From this union was born her son, Ryan Reeves. She returned to Boulder and a few years later met and married Ted Lund in Colorado Springs. They settled in Monument, Colorado where they lived for many years until Ted passed away in 2007. She then married Larry Null in 2009 and continued living in Monument. Larry passed in 2012. Bonnie moved back to Grand Junction in 2014 to help her mother. She continued living there until June 2023 when she moved to Cummings which is near Atchison, Kansas where her son Ryan and his wife Monica are living.

Bonnie faithfully attended churches in the many towns she called home. She enjoyed singing in the church choirs and participation in church activities. A true caretaker at heart, she also enjoyed spending time helping friends and family, reading and gardening. She is in Glory with her parents and two sisters, Susan, and Marilyn. Her husbands also preceded her in passing. She is survived by her son; Ryan (Monica) Reeves, brothers Thomas (Sue) Gibson, Jay (Pam) Gibson nephews Josh and Chris Gibson and niece Jacy Hill.

A celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, September 16, 2023, at the Becker Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home in Atchison, Kansas. The Rev. Dr. Rachel Dannar will be officiating the service, visitation will be from 1-2 the day of the service. Bonnie has been cremated under the direct care of the Becker- Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home. The burial will be held later in Colorado. Memorial contributions are suggested to your local Humane Society or the American Diabetes Association. Condolences for the family maybe left online at www.beckerdyer.com