Bonnie Doyle Death, Obituary – The family of Bonnie Chandler Doyle Creber of Fredericton, New Brunswick, wishes to convey their deepest condolences as they inform friends and loved ones of her demise. On January 6, 2023, at the age of 44, Bonnie died away as she was surrounded by her family. McAdam’s Funeral Home, located at 160 York Street in Fredericton, will be hosting a visitation on January 11 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. A celebration of Bonnie’s life will take place on Thursday. She is survived by the three people who meant the most to her: her daughters Holly and Thomas, as well as her husband Dave Creber. She was a kind and caring mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend, and people will remember her for all of these roles. Her family will carry her love and legacy with them for the rest of their lives and will be forever grateful for the time they were able to spend with Bonnie.
Reading Park was one of Bonnie’s favorite places to take long strolls and she enjoyed being outside. She had a passion for exploring new places, and she did it often with her husband, their children, other members of the family, and close friends. She referred to Rustico, Prince Edward Island, with her friends Dave, Holly, and Thomas as her “happy spot,” and she treasured the time they spent there together throughout the summer. She also looked forward to the yearly dining experience that she and Dave would have at the Inn at Bay Fortune on Prince Edward Island during the month of September. Bonnie went to a lot of different destinations all over the globe, but some of her most memorable vacations were spent shopping in Maine with her mother, sisters, and other family members.
Hot coffee, chocolate croissants, music, and cooking were some of Bonnie’s favorite things. Bonnie was a doting mother who cherished her family, especially her four children. She considered Holly and Thomas to be the most significant aspects of her life, and the times when she got to spend time with both of them and Dave were the times when she felt the happiest. Holly and Bonnie cherished the quality time they spent together on their outings to the stores in Fredericton, as well as the coffee and hot chocolate dates they had while driving about the city. When Bonnie saw Holly compete in her artistic swimming matches, she couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride.
When Bonnie went skiing with Thomas at Crabbe Mountain, saw him play baseball, or just spent time with him snuggling on the sofa while watching a movie, she experienced a great deal of delight. She took joy in the little things in life, like sitting on the swing in the backyard swing set with her kids and watching them swim in the pool. Bonnie cherished her house. She often hosted get-togethers for her family, their friends, and the children in the neighborhood, and she referred to their backyard as her “oasis.” Dave was like a rock for Bonnie. Their relationship was a true love tale, and it was astonishing to see how much he loved her, how committed he was to her, and how dedicated he was to her throughout their marriage.
In the year 2000, Bonnie received her degree in English Literature from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. She continued her education and received a Master of Political Science degree in 2002 from Carleton University in Ottawa. Prior to moving back to New Brunswick, where she worked in Communications in the private sector and then later in the government and for NB Power, Bonnie spent her time in Ottawa, where she had a wonderful time working on “the Hill” and where she also made friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Bonnie was very good at making friends for life no matter where she went.