School 09

Jennifer Bonderenko

October 6, 1972 ~ September 10, 2022 (age 49)


Jennifer Bonderenko of Great Falls passed away on 10 Sep 2022. She is survived by her husband Wayne, mother Suzanne Feuz, sister Lisa Feuz-Krumm( Kim), nephew Jaren Feuz-Krumm, step sister Amanda Thomas (Bruce), step brothers Sean Feuz (Laurie) and Jason Feuz (Kelly), sister in law Bridget Brooks (Kent), nieces Taylor and Danielle Harlan, mother in law Carol Bonderenko, brother-in-law Terry Harlan(Anne), and our black menace Scarlett.

Jennifer spent the majority of her years growing up in Tigard Oregon. After graduating from high school, she attained a degree in Fashion Merchandising in 1991.

 Jennifer and her mother came to Great Falls to visit family, and that is where she met Wayne, the love of her life. She moved here the end of that year and they married in 1992.

Jennifer enjoyed bowling and softball with her friends, and was quite good at both. She was an avid reader; consuming several hundred books and still had a public library card to this day. Later in life, she became an avid runner and bicyclist, competing in several events each year.

She loved to travel and had many adventures with Wayne; Octoberfest in Germany, golfing in Ireland, and Fallfest at Schwitzer to name a few.

Jennifer was fiercely loyal, kind hearted and was always willing to help anybody that needed it. Many sought her advice on many different issues, knowing that she would give them the blunt and honest truth.

She will always be remembered.   

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Celebration of Life
September 24, 2022

12:00 PM
Elks Lodge 214
500 1st Ave S
Great Falls, MT 59401

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