In memory of
Bonnie Wagner Kuchler
In memory of
Bonnie Wagner Kuchler
Bonnie Wagner Kuchler, age 80, passed away on July 23, 2020 due to complications from late stage Alzheimer's. She succumbed peacefully while under Hospice care in the comfort of her own home. Bonnie was born on June 18, 1940 in New Orleans to Rudolph and Iola Wagner. She grew up and completed high school in New Orleans and attended LSU. In 1963 she married Raphael Joseph Kuchler, her beloved husband for the past 57 years. She was preceded in death by her parents and her son, Raphael J. Kuchler Jr. She is survived by her husband Ray, her daughter Catherine Paige Kuchler Fronabarger of Alexandria, VA, son-in-law Steve Fronabarger; and grandchildren Kathryn Haile Fronabarger, Kendall Wagner Fronabarger, Raphael J. Kuchler III and Christian Joseph Kuchler. After spending several years in Houston, Bonnie and Ray returned, never to move again. Bonnie loved New Orleans, its' eclectic culture, people and cuisine, and thrived on experiencing life's beautiful moments, both large and small. Having travelled both domestically and internationally, it can be said that Bonnie never met a stranger – her ability to connect with people was instantaneous and the genuine warmth of her personality was a constant throughout her life. Bonnie allowed herself time at home for her children's early developmental years, and then worked for much of her adult life with a preference for bookkeeping and accounting. Over the years she worked for Exxon, McDermott, and others in clerical, bookkeeping and accounting roles, and later retired as Assistant Comptroller at Methodist Psychiatric Pavilion in New Orleans East. She is remembered by those who knew her as one of the kindest, gentlest souls that they have known. Her generosity of spirit and willingness to give of herself shaped two generations of her family, and she will be deeply missed. She devoted her later years to all of her grandchildren and made immeasurable impacts in each of their lives. Due to current COVID-19 considerations, a private memorial ceremony will be held at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home on a later date. The family invites you to share fond memories and condolences online at www.lakelawnmetairie.com.
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In memory of
Bonnie Wagner Kuchler
Bonnie Wagner Kuchler, age 80, passed away on July 23, 2020 due to complications from late stage Alzheimer's. She succumbed peacefully while under Hospice care in the comfort of her own home. Bonnie was born on June 18, 1940 in New Orleans to Rudolph and Iola Wagner. She grew up and completed high school in New Orleans and attended LSU. In 1963 she married Raphael Joseph Kuchler, her beloved husband for the past 57 years. She was preceded in death by her parents and her son, Raphael J. Kuchler Jr. She is survived by her husband Ray, her daughter Catherine Paige Kuchler Fronabarger of Alexandria, VA, son-in-law Steve Fronabarger; and grandchildren Kathryn Haile Fronabarger, Kendall Wagner Fronabarger, Raphael J. Kuchler III and Christian Joseph Kuchler. After spending several years in Houston, Bonnie and Ray returned, never to move again. Bonnie loved New Orleans, its' eclectic culture, people and cuisine, and thrived on experiencing life's beautiful moments, both large and small. Having travelled both domestically and internationally, it can be said that Bonnie never met a stranger – her ability to connect with people was instantaneous and the genuine warmth of her personality was a constant throughout her life. Bonnie allowed herself time at home for her children's early developmental years, and then worked for much of her adult life with a preference for bookkeeping and accounting. Over the years she worked for Exxon, McDermott, and others in clerical, bookkeeping and accounting roles, and later retired as Assistant Comptroller at Methodist Psychiatric Pavilion in New Orleans East. She is remembered by those who knew her as one of the kindest, gentlest souls that they have known. Her generosity of spirit and willingness to give of herself shaped two generations of her family, and she will be deeply missed. She devoted her later years to all of her grandchildren and made immeasurable impacts in each of their lives. Due to current COVID-19 considerations, a private memorial ceremony will be held at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home on a later date. The family invites you to share fond memories and condolences online at www.lakelawnmetairie.com.
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Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home
5100 PONTCHARTRAIN BLVD
New Orleans, LA 70124
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