Bonnie Roberson Dilday

January 13, 2011

01/13/2011

Bonnie Roberson Dilday age 56 of Ahoskie died January 13, 2011 at Inpatient Hospice in Greenville. She was born December 27, 1954 in Little Washington to the late William Harold Roberson.

She graduated from Ahoskie High School where she was a member of the Beta and Deca Clubs, she attended Ebenezer Assembly of God in Aulander.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Sunday, January 16, 2011 at 4:00 PM in the Ashley Memorial Chapel of Garrett-Jones Funeral Home. Rev David Baker and Rev. William Leary will officiate.

Left to cherish her memory are her mother Edna C. Roberson her children; Shannon Leary Satterwhite of Oxford, William Monroe Leary of Merry Hill and Jessica Dilday Cullipher of Ahoskie; two sisters Cindy Roberson Dunn of Greenville and Terry Roberson Pierce of Ahoskie and six grandchildren.

The family will receive friends Sunday from 2:30 PM until service time at 4:00 PM at Garrett-Jones Funeral Home in Ahoskie.

Memorials may be made to Inpatient Care Hospice, 920 Wellness Drive, Greenville, NC, 27834 or to the Autism Society of NC, 505 Oberlin Rd. Suite 230, Raleigh NC 27605.

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Terry Roberson
12 years ago

My sister, my friend, has gone on before me and there is a void in me. Everyday I will remember her, but mostly all the things I hadn’t thought of in so long. Thank you so much for being my BIG SISTER> I love you and miss you everyday. Love Terry

Mike Rawls
13 years ago

Mrs. Roberson, Cindy, Terry, Shannon, Billy, & Jessica;

Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in my thoughts and prayers. May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared, comfort you now and in the days ahead. May God bless you during this difficult time.

Ken Terry, Jr.
13 years ago

May God bring peace and comfort to all of Bonnie’s family during this difficult time. Time has put some distance between our families but you guys still feel like family to us just the same. It seems like Bonnie’s children were still little only a short while ago.

Chase Terry
13 years ago

I’m very sorry to hear about Bonnie’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God bless you and lift you up during this sad time.

Kenny Terry
13 years ago

Cindy, Terry, Mrs. Roberson, Shannon, Billy, & Jessica – my heart goes out to you with the loss of Bonnie. I pray that God will wrap His loving arms around each of you and help you through this difficult time. Aside from God, family is everything. May Bonnie’s passing make you even closer to each other than you already were.

Vicki Rawls Anderson
13 years ago

I will always remember Bonnie as she was in her portrait,for she was so beautiful.We have been blessed to have known her.

I can only say that I’m sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you to help find a peace and comfort within your heart at this time of need. Her life and love will continue in our hearts. I love you all.God Bless.

JOYCE BELL
13 years ago

Bonnie was a great neighbor and friend.

When our lights went out during an ice storm,

She walked over to my house in the freezing cold. She took my,

Half baked chicken, out of my electric oven, and took it to her house

And finished cooking it on her gas stove. She wanted to make sure we would have something to eat. She loved all animals. She took in as many as she could. My dogs were always at her door looking for a treat.

When I was about to deliver my daughter, I was so worried. Bonnie called me to give me pointers, on how; I could make my labor less painful. Bonnie was also a great, spur of the moment, baby sitter.

We had a lot of laughs and we cried a few tears. Thank you Bonnie for being a part of my life.

Barbara, Johnny Eure and Felicia and Tee
13 years ago

Bonnie, we all are going to miss your Beautiful smile.And especially your love and kindness. When we were flooded in 1999. you called to check on all of us, especially Sissey and Tee alway’s ready to help others that is you.. we will alway’s remember our freind Bonnie, who alway’s listened,a freind who always seen the best, in others who loved all her pet’s, who loved her Mom Edna, ole so much, and her sister’s Terry,and Cindy, and their family. THANKS FOR BEING SO WONDERFUL TO SISSEY AND TEE.YOU NEVER EVER SEEN ME THAT YOU DIDNT ASK ABOUT THEM.THEY LOVED YOU, VERY MUCH.THANK’S FOR LISTENING SEEING, AND UNDERSTANDING. THANKS FOR YOUR LOVE AND FREINDSHIP. THANK’S FOR BEING A FREIND. WE ALL WILL MISS YOU..A FRIEND LOVETH AT ALL TIMES. THIS WAS OUR BONNIE..PROVERBS 17:17KJV. TO BONNIE’S FAMILY OUR LOVE AND DEEPEST SYMPATHY. OUR PRAYER’S CONTINUE FOR YOU ALL AS YOU ALL HAVE BEEN IN OUR PRAYER’S CONSTANTLY.IN THE LAST YEAR. EDNA YOU HAVE SUCH A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY. GOD BE WITH YOU AND YOUR’S.IS OUR PRAYER…

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Thelbert Brown
13 years ago

To the Roberson family:

I am sorry for your loss of one of the sweetest and nicest person that ever walked on God’s green earth. When in high school Bonnie was nice and always treated all she knew with kindness. I saw her a few years ago when visiting Ahoskie and it was nice to talk to her again. My prayers are with you. May God be with you.

Bonnie’s classmate and friend.

Thelbert

Barbara Basnight
13 years ago

To Bonnie’s family, I have some great memories of Bonnie. When we were young girls, my aunt lived next door to Bonnie, and every time we went to visit, straight to Bonnie’s I went. We had so much fun and so many laughs. Will think of her every time I hear Cherokee nation by Paul Revere and the Raiders. She loved that record and played it over and over. We went our separate ways as we got older, but ran in to each other later in life. She actually babysat my 2 youngest daughters for a while when they were very small. I never ran in to her that she was not kind and asked how everyone was. Rest in peace Bonnie, be at peace.