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Bonnie Leifer

August 3, 1944 — January 27, 2024

Bonnie Ruth Hoffmann Leifer died Saturday January 27 as a result of colon cancer.  Her life was lived to the fullest in all respects.  She believed that travel was her calling and she lived that calling up to the end. “Life is a journey and travel should be what teaches us what life is about!”


She loved meeting new people and kept in touch with friends near and far most diligently.  Her friends and family were the glue that began and ended every trip of her journey.


To her “We are always halfway to somewhere.” It was never really the destination that was important but the travel/journey along the way.  
Bonnie’s love of both travel and learning will be carried on through all those whose lives she touched and influenced throughout her life. Her chosen field of work was as a health educator, the first in western Montana. She not only enjoyed her work, she was incredibly good at it.


She never failed to express her opinion and believed that it was most important to be “straight on” with people if asked and even once in a while when not asked!


She leaves behind an indomitable spirit as well as a loving husband and soulmate Tim; children Tiffany and Todd; grandchildren Jasmine, Jordyn, and Tyler Jette, and Bjorn and Ari Leifer; sisters Lois and Mari; son-in-law Jeremy(JJ) Jette and daughter-in-law Jonnie (Egeland) Leifer; sister-in-law Nancy Leifer and brother-in-law Skip Leifer .


A memorial gathering and celebration of her life will be held in Missoula this spring with location and date to be announced. Also, one for friends and family in California  this summer.


If you wish to remember Bonnie in some way, she would be pleased if you supported Partners in Homecare,

partnersinhomecare.org

To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Bonnie Leifer, please visit our flower store.

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