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Bonnie Ann (Chupe) Pulido
March 23, 1945 ~ August 25, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Bonnie Ann Pulido, age 78, loving mother of four and adored wife to her husband, Antonio (Tony) Pulido, Sr., passed away in the afternoon hours of Friday, August 25, 2023, surrounded by her family and many friends.
Bonnie was born in 1945 in Rockport, Texas to Constantino and Iva Adelaide Chupe and grew up surrounded by her five siblings. Bonnie was raised to be a hard worker; It was not unusual to find her working on a shrimp boat with her dad. While in grade school, she met and fell in love with her future husband, Antonio (Tony) Pulido. Bonnie and Tony were married on September 7, 1959 and, while not always easy, they built a beautiful life together for the next 64 years. Together, they had four children: Antonio (Tony) Pulido, Jr., Jackie Soliz, Jose Alfredo (JoJo) Pulido, and John Edward Pulido.
Wife and mother would not be Bonnie's only adventures; her greatest joy and title was "Mimi". Bonnie became a grandparent at the age of 35. She was gifted the name of Mimi instead of Grandma. She was the most loving and caring Mimi to John Edward Pulido, Ashley Foster, Antonio Pulido, III and Adelaide Pulido. As Mimi, Bonnie spoiled her grandchildren with unconditional love and attention. And then came all the great grandchildren! Her love was never divided, it only multiplied as her family grew. Often times, Bonnie and Tony would reflect on all the beautiful lives they created through God's grace.
Mimi was everything to her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was the family doctor, the best cook and the fixer of all that was not right. She will be greatly missed, but remembered for the loving mark she left on her family.
It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone...
For part of us went with you the day God called you home.
Bonnie was preceded in death by her children: John Edward, JoJo and Jackie; her parents and four siblings: William Kelly, Betty Ringo, Joyce Taylor, and Dorothy Chupe. We are at peace knowing Bonnie has reunited with so many loved ones.
A celebration of life service will be held for Bonnie Pulido at her Rockport home at a date and time to be shared later.