Virginia “Gini” Lynn (Bonner) Prince Obituary

July 28, 1950 ~ April 25, 2023

72 Years Old


Virginia Lynn Bonner Prince “Gini”, 72, absolute loving mother of two, passed away peacefully

in the early morning of April 25, 2023.

Gini gave her Christian life to service all around her. She was a faithful woman that loved the

Lord. She was devoted to the Lord and spread her selfless energy throughout her family and

community. She had a deep compassion for those in need and inherently gave her positive

wisdom and her time to serve others. She celebrated all walks of life.

Gini, birthed into Military life, was a deep Patriot and loved her Country. She believed in our

Constitution. She was a perpetual supporter of our Veterans. She believed in the American


Gini was a leader in her community, work, and her home. She was a born leader that others

naturally followed. She led by example and with empathy. She was a detailed problem solver.

She was intelligent and motivated. She gave hope and followed through with commitments.

She was responsible, organized, punctual, and thorough.

Gini loved to laugh and had an infectious personality. She could lift any spirit with her giggle.

Her hilarity was contagious. She found a way to make those around her howl in laughter.

Gini loved to learn. She was an Art History Major at Texas Women’s University in Denton, TX.

She loved researching. She loved sharing her knowledge.

Gini loved life. She loved animals and considered many as part of her family. She loved

equestrian activities. She loved a day at the beach. She loved sitting on the back porch and

painting. She loved her lawn & garden. She loved her family.

Gini was an integral member and very active in her Local Nacogdoches Organizations: Red

Cross – Certified Disaster Volunteer, Rotary Club of Nacogdoches – Paul Harris Fellow Award –

Distinguished Service Citation, Economic Development Corp, The United Way, County Child

Welfare Board, Friends of the Fine Arts – Stephen F Austin State University, Friends of Historic

Nacogdoches, Wine Swirl Committee

Gini is preceded by: John Sidney Bonner Jr. and Annabelle Duke Bonner

Gini is survived by: Christine Ann (daughter) & Joseph Dailey, Mason James, Hayden John,

Linkin Becker, Joseph Hunter, Hope Cheyenne, Stephen (son) and Amy Prince, and Siblings,

Sussane Curran and Sandra White

“We know we cannot have you, but we are happy knowing the Angels finally got you back.

Goodbye to a beautiful woman and a wonderful mother

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