Bonnie Lamm

Bonnie Leigh Lamm

January 10th, 1942 - January 8th, 2019
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Bonnie Leigh Lamm 76, of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8th 2019.

She was an independent ASL (American Sign Language) instructor working with the Pikes Peak Community Center and C.O.D (Center on Deafness). Teaching beginning through advanced courses for those interested in interpreting or for personal gain. Mrs. Lamm was born Jan. 10, 1942 in Rocky Ford to Helen Hatch. Mrs. Lamm graduated from the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind June 2, 1963.

Bonnie was married August 18, 1963 in Colorado Springs to Billy Ray Lamm.

Mrs. Lamm is survived by two sons, Jerry and Simon of Colorado Springs; two daughters Chandra Smith and Rosel Froland of Colorado Springs; two sisters Connie Suto of Rocky Ford, and Vickie Trumble of La Junta. 12 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by husband Billy Ray Lamm and daughter Cindy Ann Lamm.

Services will be held Monday, January 14th at Sunnyside Christian Church 2025 N. Murray Blvd Colorado Springs CO 80915. Viewing at 10:00 AM, services at 11:00 AM with Rev. Tim Thurston from Christian Deaf Church of Colorado Springs officiating. Funeral Services provided by Blunt Mortuary.

Flowers are welcome; contributions can also be sent to Pike Peak Hospice Foundations 2550 Tenderfoot Hills Colorado Springs Co 80906
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Posted at 04:10pm
Mrs. Lamm will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. She is in God’s memory now. The beautiful scripture at Job 14:13-15 says that He (God) will call those asleep in death and they will answer. Yes, our loving Father promises us the hope of a resurrection of the dead! Good times ahead to look forward to and to give us inner peace and calm now. Please accept our heartfelt condolences

June Head

Posted at 02:20pm
To the family of Bonnie:
Sorry to hear of the loss of Bonnie. Haven't been around her for many years but when she was small we would visit Helen, Bonnie, Uncle Pat and Aunt Lucy plus the other members of our family. At that time they lived in Rocky Ford across from the railroad track. Seems like we made a trip to Rocky Ford from Cortez about every year to visit Bill's family in Rocky Ford area. Bonnie was a very nice young lady and I remember how pleased she was to be able to go to Colorado Springs to school. I know Bonnie had many friends who will feel the loss of a very nice lady. My sympathy to her family.
June Head


Posted at 09:24pm
Chandra & Kenneth Lee, Our sincere condolences. You all are in our hearts and prayers. Big hugs! Twila Sue & Daniel

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Posted at 05:38pm
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Gino Villarreal

Posted at 01:03am
To the Lamm Family of Bonnie Lamm- I am very sorry for your loss of your mom & grandma. I have known her when I attend to Christian Deaf Church in fall 1999 during my senior year in high school. She's a very sweet woman and I love her very much. She is just like my "grandma". I will never forget her. She is reunited with her unce Jack and aunt Pat. I will miss her and her laugh.

Gino Villarreal, Colorado Springs, CO

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