Bonnie Ruth Dugan, of Groesbeck, passed away at Windsor Healthcare Residence on Thursday, December 18, 2014, at age 85. Visitation will be Saturday, December 20, 2014, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at Groesbeck Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Sunday, December 21, 2014, in the Groesbeck Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Bill Sutton and Rev. Daryl Hatley officiating. Music will be provided by Mrs. Stacy Duffield. Burial will follow in Cobb Cemetery. Pallbearers will be James Black, Dennis Walker, Dennis Campbell, David Currey, Rand Bates, and Jeremy Collins. Honorary Pallbearers will be Jamie Harris and Glenn Ogden. Bonnie was born April 20, 1929 to Bonnie Augustus “Pug” Currey and Ruth Ellen (Polk) Currey at Beulah. She grew up in the Beulah community, graduating from Beulah school in 1946. She moved to the big city after graduation, rooming in Dallas with a school friend Peggy, and working for Southern Life Insurance. After moving back to Groesbeck, she worked for a while for Groom’s Manufacturing (mattresses) and then went to work for Dr. Stanley Cox and Dr. Thelbert Wilson at the hospital. She did clerical work and processing insurance there, meeting the challenges of Medicare when it was new, training other clerical employees, and assisting the public for twenty-six years before retiring in 1982. Bonnie was united in marriage with Lonnie Ray Dugan on July 14, 1961, and their wedding was held in Pasadena. They moved to their new home on the Mart Highway, where have continued to live the rest of her years. Bonnie worked hard and loved working outdoors the most. She raised a large garden and cooked the fresh vegetables and shared with her family. She raised chickens from baby chicks and sold eggs, and kept peacocks because she loved them. She was a helpmate to Lonnie in the hay-baling business, driving the tractor and rake, and bringing him lunch. She also enjoyed helping with the cattle and bottle-fed many baby calves. The extent of her help was realized after she was no longer able to actively work with her husband. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, and was a wonderful wife, caring mother and grandmother, and will be dearly missed. Bonnie was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Billy George Currey and a sister, Bennie Annette Currey; and her son-in-law, John Rose. She is survived by her husband, Lonnie R. Dugan of Groesbeck; son and daughter-in-law, Jerry Don and Patricia Collins of Groesbeck; daughter, Sharon White-Rose of Groesbeck; grandchildren: Melanie King of Lorena, Jeremy Lynn Collins and wife Ashley of Midlothian, Brandi White and Mark Washington of Groesbeck, Adam Parsons in Saginaw, Michigan; and Rochelle Parsons Westover and husband Butch of Brown City, Michigan; and nine great grandchildren: Skylar Brown, Kennedy Brown, Kyle Tanksley, Klay Tanksley, Kenzi and Kyli Collins, Tailyn Palmer, and Hunter and Crawford Holly.