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Bonnie Mae Bayliff
April 21, 1946 ~ September 18, 2023 (age 77) 77 Years Old
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Bonnie Mae Bayliff, age 77, peacefully joined her final resting place on September 18, 2023.
Bonnie was born on April 21, 1946 in Endicott, NY to the late Elmer and Laura Cooper. Bonnie is now reunited with the love of her life of 54 years, Bill. She is the mother of Bill (Jackie) Bayliff of Haymarket, VA; Brian (Jennifer) Bayliff of Myrtle Beach, SC; and Lori (John) Lucas of Spartanburg, SC. Bonnie is also survived by her pride and joys, her grandchildren, Chelsea, Kaitlin, and Hannah Bayliff; Jacob and Joshua Lucas; and Madison Bayliff.
Bonnie spent 26 years working at Off Track Betting before retiring, but her favorite role was being a mother and grandmother. Bonnie was an active member of the Johnson City Elks Lodge, of which her husband was a founder of. She and Bill retired to Myrtle Beach, SC in 2003, later moving to Vero Beach, FL in 2016. Bonnie enjoyed traveling and playing penny slots at the casinos and the Vero Beach arcades.
Bonnie truly loved nothing more than spending time with her family, including sisters Joyce (Steve) Greene of Virginia Beach, VA; Vera Conner of Endicott, NY; Joan (and the late John) Wolcott of Endicott, NY; the late Karen Ferro; the late Virginia (Bob) Martinez; brother, Dave (Sally) Cooper of Palm Bay, FL; and sister-in-law Linda (Gary) Koliander of Endicott, NY.
Bonnie will always be remembered for her captivating story-telling, love of history and being the best wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend.
Her family would like to thank the staff at Summit Hills Spartanburg and Spartanburg Regional Hospice for providing the kindest end-of-life care.
A celebration of life for both Bonnie and Bill (because we simply couldn't celebrate one without the other) will be announced at a later date.