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In Loving Memory

Meek, Bonnie B. (nee Hoagland)

November 26, 1942 - February 23, 2024

Bonnie B. Meek (nee Hoagland) passed away peacefully in the presence of her family on February 23rd, 2024.

Wife of 60 years to Harold “Hal” Meek, mother of Katheryn (Mitch) Clevenger, grandmother of Jessica and Keely Clevenger.

Bonnie taught in the Mehlville School District for 36 years, retiring in 2005.

Services: Kutis Affton Chapel; Private service at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.



3 thoughts on “Meek, Bonnie B. (nee Hoagland)”

  1. I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I enjoyed waiting on Bonnie and Hal over the years at various restaurants. I will always remember Bonnie

  2. Bonnie Meek & I were great friends during our 30+ years of teaching together at Trautwein Elementary School in the Mehlville School District. We would often touch base and check on each other’s classroom & daily school experiences. Bonnie & I shared much over our teaching years; we laughed a lot along the way, too!!! I have so many positive and happy memories of Bonnie; knowing her as a most beloved teacher by her peers, students and their parents was an absolute gift that I will forever treasure. Bonnie’s only child, Kathryn, was “the absolute sunshine in her heart” and anybody who knew Bonnie was so aware of that, too. Bonnie is and will continue to be loved and missed by more people than she could truly ever imagine.😘💕😔

  3. Kind, patient, friendly all describe Bonnie. She will be missed. The sweet smile that appeared so often both in the classroom and in the building.

    Besides her loyalty to teaching, family was most important to Bonnie. Hal and her daughter and grandchildren meant everything to her.

    She really enjoyed the outdoors and felt at home out west. Bonnie is smiling down on us knowing she did “well” on her journey here.


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