Bonnie Chamberlain Cutler passed away on January 6th, 2022 and was the last and 7th child born to Guy Chamberlain and Vera Heaton in Kanab, Kane County, Utah. At the age of three she was taught ballet and tap dancing. By the age of five, she was taught to play the banjo and ride a special horse named “Patches”. Hollywood heard about her talents and featured her in a full length feature titled “Our Little Cowgirl”. Her parents were very industrious and taught her to work hard in the family hotel and dairy farm. She loved to sing and was always performing throughout her life, especially in choirs and trios. She married her high school sweetheart and they recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. She loved to learn and read. While raising four children, she went back to San Francisco State University to complete her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. Homemaking was her specialty; cooking, sewing, and taking care of many grandchildren. She loved being outdoors playing tennis, snow skiing and water skiing. She learned how to paint and became especially talented with watercolors.
Bonnie will be well remembered for her compassionate service to the elderly in her Church, serving a humanitarian mission to Vietnam with her husband for 18 months, and her faithful service in the Oakland Temple for 18 years. She gained many friendships through her kindness and life of service.
Bonnie is survived by her husband, Mark Lynn Cutler, her four children, Cheri Wiest, Craig Cutler, Julie Doman, and Michael Cutler, 18 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild.