Edna Mae, known affectionately as “Bonnie”, was born September 20, 1958 to the union of Christine White & Adrian Davis. Bonnie was born, the youngest of seven children in Little Rock Arkansas.
The family moved to Kansas City, Missouri where she spent her formative years, later attending Lincoln High School. She reared and raised her three children in Kansas City. She was a reliable, hard worker spending seven years as an employee of Woodley Building Maintenance.
Bonnie was an excellent cook who was very outgoing. She enjoyed listening to music, trips to the casino and spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She always enjoyed social gatherings and could be found in the company of her family and friends talking and laughing. One of the many things that will be missed about Bonnie is her bright, beautiful smile.
Her mother, Christine, brother, Michael Trice, sister Jacqueline Davis and sister Deborah Nash all preceded her in passing.
She leaves to cherish and honor her memory one daughter, Stephanie Jenkins (Robert), two sons, Aaron Davis and Larneal Davis, two brothers, Roman Trice Jr., Charles Trice (Debbie) and one sister Jockenna O’Neal, all of the city. Additionally, Bonnie leaves a very special, dedicated friend, Earl Dunn, eleven grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren as well as a host other relatives and friends.