RAINBOW—Bonnie Collins, 59, passed away at her home in Rainbow, Texas.
She was born in Hobbs, New Mexico to Grace Perkins and grew up in Lovington, New Mexico.
She graduated from Snyder, Texas in 1976 and attended nursing school in Snyder moving to Azle upon completion.
She worked in numerous positions as a nurse and director of nursing in Senior Health Care around Glen Rose for 33 years.
Bonnie married James Collins in 2003, her life-long sweetheart from high school. They were happily married for 15 years.
Bonnies was a member of Field Street Baptist Church in Cleburne.
She loved being a mom and granny. She supported all of her grandkids in school and sports they played with enthusiasm. She was big on holidays and family gatherings.
She was an inspiration to everyone she knew and treated them like family. She was and is beloved by her family and friends.
Bonnie was known to go above and beyond for everyone she met. Over the years, she has adopted every kind of extended family. You could find her for comfort or for a good laugh. She never failed to let each of her family know how she felts about them. She was here for too short of a time, but her impact will be felt for decades to come through her grandkids.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Grace Perkins and three siblings.
She is survived by her husband, James Collins of Rainbow; daughters, Janice Halbert of Durango, Colorado, Krystal Sanchez, Jessica Bailey and Greg Bailey of Weatherford; Randee Guynes and Joey Fernandez of Joshua; son, Carl and Jordyn Collins of Burleson; grandchildren, Destiny Storey, Tyler Halbert, Brittany Bailey, Trevor Bailey, Reese Bailey, Cadyn Collins and Dominic Sanchez; sisters, Edith and Tye Taylor of Lovington, NM, Debbie Arcidez of Lovington, NM, and Nancy and Todd Hobbs of Boyd; brother, Buddy Perkins of McAlester, Oklahoma; step-children, Greg and Sendy Collins of Hobbs, NM, Kim and Matt Alexander of Carlsbad, NM; grandkids, Xavier, Nathaniel and Zachery Collins, Jenesis Gayt, and James, Corbin, Gunr and Mattison Alexander.