Bonnie McKay Cockrell |

Bonnie McKay Cockrell

Bonnie, 50 year resident of Aspen, passed peacefully at home.

She was one of a kind; she would say “colorful, never boring!”

Bonnie had fire in her soul, grace in her heart and radiant beauty.

Her heart was torn between love of mountains and a strong connection with Mexico.

Bonnie’s natural love for animals guided her, brought her happiness, and joy.

She is survived by daughter Lauren of Aspen, sister Missy, devoted cat Kiki, and many long time friends.

Condolences, stories, or donations to ASPCA; P.O. Box 8511, Aspen.

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