April 16, 1959 ˜ September 26, 2021
Rhonda Boni-Burden was born to Bob and Phyllis Boni April 16, 1959. She grew up in Washougal, WA, and passed away in Vancouver from pneumonia and complications of COVID-19 Sept. 26, 2021.
Rhonda attended Washougal schools and graduated from Washougal High School in 1977 where she was voted “Most Likely to Succeed”. Rhonda attended Concordia University in Portland, OR, and graduated from Clark College in 1981 with an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and Business Law.
She worked for Gulick Freight Logistics for over 20 years and became the Chief Operating Officer in 2020.
Throughout the years, Rhonda belonged to and volunteered for numerous associations including President of East County Little League, Senior Regent for the Women of the Moose at the Camas/Washougal Moose Lodge, Family Services Coordinator for the Hemophilia Foundation, member of the Salvation Army Church in Washougal, the American Legion Hall Cape Horn Post 122, the American & National Truckers Associations, the National Rifle Association and many, many more.
Rhonda has touched the lives of so many people, always helping wherever she could. She was an awesome mother, grandmother, daughter, wife, sister, aunt, and friend. She will truly be missed by all.
Rhonda was preceded in death by her father, Bob Boni;stepmother, MaryEllen Boni; and stepfather, Ron Cameron.
She is survived by her daughter, Kristin and wife Brianna Murray; son, Alex Burden; husband, Donny Burden; mother, PJ Cameron; sister, Linda Ochs and husband Leonard; brother, Brian Boni and wife Traci; and adopted sister, Yvette Bonneau. Also numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. But most importantly she is survived by her grandson, Milo Murray.
Rhonda’s final resting place will be the Washougal Memorial Cemetery where services will take place on Saturday, Oct. 9, at 12 p.m. The celebration of life will begin at 2 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel in Vancouver, WA.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.
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Published by The Columbian on Oct. 3, 2021.