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Bonnie Lee Blake

Bonnie Lee Blake of Prineville died Fri. Sept 29, 2000 at her home, She was 69 years old

She was born Dec., * 1930 in Kingman, Kans. to Jewell and Elizabeth (Sinnett) Warren. She was a 1948 graduate of Wellington High School. She married Richard Blake in 1947 in Wichita, Kan.

Mrs. Blake lived in several locations in Oregon including Sisters, John Day, Madras and Mollala. She finally settled in Prineville in 1985 where she also attended Central Oregon Community College.

Her interests included oil painting, playing cards and putting puzzles together, raising birds and racing pigeons. She also enjoyed riding horses. She was a member of the Pigeon club of Redmond.

Mrs. Blake is survived by her sons Michael Blake of Ashland, Tom Blake of Eugene: daughter, Patricia Blake of Kuwait: sisters, Frances Warren and Jeannie Wahl, both of Wellington Kans. and Carolyn Ball of Wagoner, Okla.: seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and husband.

Cremation will be held at the Prineville Heritage Crematory under the direction of the Prineville Funeral Home. At her request no public service will be held.

Memorial contributions in her name may be directed to Pioneer Memorial Hospice, 1201 N. Elm St. in Prineville.

Arraignments are under the direction of the Prineville Funeral Home.