Kenneth L. Bonifer
May 14, 1935  -  November 14, 2018

Kenneth L. Bonifer

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Highland Funeral Home
3329 E. Semoran Blvd.
Apopka, FL  32703
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
12pm - 2pm
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Funeral Service
Highland Funeral Home
3329 E. Semoran Blvd.
Apopka, FL  32703
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
2pm
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Burial
Highland Memory Gardens
3329 E. Semoran Boulevard
Apopka, FL  32703
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
03:00 pm to 04:00 pm
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Apopka, FL  32703
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I served in the Air Force.

KENNETH LAWRENCE BONIFER
- age 83, passed away Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from a massive heart attack. Born May 14, 1935 to Hubert & Louise Bonifer in St. Anthony, IN. He joined the Air Force in 1954 and was stationed in Orlando at Pine Castle Air force Base, where he met his wife of 62 years. After their marriage he was stationed in Homestead Air Force Base. They had 2 daughters, 6 grandchildren, & 10 great-granchildren.
He leaves behind his wife, Mary Grace; daughters Pamela Colebeck, & Patricia (Gary) Lee; grandchildren Matthew (Carrie) Smith, Heather Smith, Rebecca Holman, Gary (Darla) Lee Jr., Jennifer Lee, & Kenneth Lee; great-grandchilden Braxton & Brielle Smith, Aden Van Dusen, Eva & Isabella Alemestica, Hannah Lee, Autumn Holman, Mayson Gordon, Braxton & Areyna Lee.
The family will be present to receive friends on Tuesday, November 20th from 12-2pm at Highland Funeral Home, 3329 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka FL.; where funeral services will be held immediately following. Mr. Bonifer will be laid to rest in Highland Memory Gardens, Apopka FL.

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  1. Pamela S Colebeck
    Orlando, FL

    You were the best father God could ever have given me to.
    Thank you for
    being the man you were dad. You made me the person I am. I will love you Forever.
    Your daughter

  2. theresa metz
    sarasota, FL

    My deepest sympathy to his family. We were neighbors when we were all growing up in Indiana.

  3. Patricia Frazier
    Orlando, FL

    We met Ken and Mary at of all places McDonalds on Fairbanks Ave. in Orlando. We became friends and greeted each other at least three times a week. When Mary broke her ankle we visited and brought flowers. We also shared comforting Bible verses like 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 that reminds us how much our Creator cares for each of us. Take comfort in knowing that the God of Comfort knows your pain and promises to do away with death. Revelation 21:4.

  4. David & Oli Bonifer
    Jasper, IN

    Our deepest Sympathy. He will be in our prayers.

  5. Ralph A Bonifer
    Elk Grove Village, IL

    Kenny my dearest brother, I will miss you but we will see each other again love you.

  6. Alice Bonifer
    Elk Grove Village, IL

    Love you forever.

  7. Jeffrey Bonifer
    Elk Grove Village, IL

    He was great uncle to me and a great man. I love my uncle Kenny and I will miss him with all my heart.

  8. Dennison and Mary Lee
    Vidalia, GA

    With Sympathy He will be missed

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