Bonnie Buccolini Obituary, 79 Years Old Bonnie Buccolini of 84 Bates Road, Bradford, Has Passed Away

Bonnie Buccolini Obituary, Death – Bonnie  Buccolini who lived at 84 Bates Road in Bradford, died at Bradford Manor on Sunday, January 15, 2023. She was 79 years old. Charles Schuman and Jane Schuman raised her. On July 2, 1966, she married Patrick Joseph Buccolini, the boy she loved in high school, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. She got her high school diploma from Bradford Area High School in 1961. In June 1965, she got her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Lock Haven University. She got her master’s degree with help from St. Bonaventure, Penn State, and Edinboro universities. She taught at Bradford Schools for 31 years before she quit in June 2000.

She graduated in 1966, and then she taught kindergarten at Third Ward School for seven years. Daniel was born in 1971, and Rebecca was born in 1974. In 1979, she taught fifth grade at West Branch School. In 1980, she moved to George G. Blaisdell to teach second grade. In 2000, she quit her job at Blaisdell after 20 years.
In 2000, she taught kids ages 9 to 11 how to write creatively at home. She taught at Crook Farm Schoolhouse and helped kids at home for three more years. Mrs. B was always happy to see her students and their parents. She liked a lot of people on Facebook. On National Teacher Appreciation Day in 2015, many people said, “Mrs. Bucccolini is a great teacher.” “Mrs. Buccolini was the teacher who taught me the most. Her third-grade class must have had a big impact on a lot of kids.

My favorite teacher was Mrs. B. I love her forever Mrs. Buccolini taught PSAR and Delta Kappa Gamma. She taught religion at the Roman Catholic St. Francis and St. Bernard Church. She was the Women’s Bradford Women’s Connection’s treasurer, Bible Study Coordinator, and Chair for many years. Three Bible studies were started by her. At home, she taught two. She joined Bradford Jaycetts soon after getting married, and then she and her husband both joined Street Dreams Car Club. Special Olympics, Futures, and Evergreen Elm were her favorite things. Pat and Bonnie did a lot of traveling while they were married. For their 25th anniversary, they went to the Southern Caribbean.

They took the Via Rail to Vancouver and the Amtrac with many stops across the US. Alaskan cruise. They took a riverboat from New Orleans to Memphis, Tennessee, and stopped at several Civil War sites along the way. They went to places where Martin Luther King and Elvis lived. The best trip was to Europe and Italy, where I saw family. Bonnie talked to two relatives in Rome and one cousin in Sarnano, which is four hours north of Rome and where the Buccolini live.
When they were teenagers, Bonnie and Pat fell in love. They were thankful for love that lasts forever. Their love was passed down to Daniel, Darlene, and Rebecca. Their joy was their granddaughter, Marissa. She gave up things for her children. She made the world better.
On Thursday, January 19, 2023, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., people can stop by the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc. at 33 South Ave.
On Friday, January 20, 2023, at 10 a.m., Fr. Jim Gutting will lead a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Bernard Church. St. Bernard Mausoleum will entomb.


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