Bonnie Ann Mulligan, 63, loving wife of James B. Mulligan of Thornton St., Hamden, CT, passed away June 13, 2007 in CT Hospice after a short illness. Bonnie was born in New York City, Sept. 2, 1943 a daughter of the late Francis X. and Olga Demyen Stenger and had resided in Hamden since 2003. She is also survived by two sons, David Gray of Belmar, NJ and James Gray of East Brunswick, NJ, and a beloved granddaughter, Britinny Nicole Gray. She was predeceased by a brother Francis Stenger. Mrs. Mulligan was employed as a legal secretary with the Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Co., New Brunswick, NJ and also was an independent businesswoman. She enjoyed music and dancing. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN, CT Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Rita Church at 11 a.m. Interment in All Saints Cemetery. Friends may call Friday (TODAY) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

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  1. Dear Aunt Bonnie, We have not had enough time together. We never thought you’d leave us so soon. You are our favorite aunt. We always had so much fun and enjoyed our long talks. Our fondest childhood memoires are with you and Auntie. I still can hear the laughter as we have sat around the table and shared stories. We know you are now with God, and He will take care of you. He is always watching over you. Your leaving us has left us with a big hole in our hearts. We love you and we miss you already. Lots of Love, Lisa & Michael Keating

  2. My dear Bonnie, I will miss you so much…I can’t believe we were just making plans to get together this summer and now you are gone…much too soon. I will always remember the fun at your Mom’s house on holidays, all the luv and laughter we shared, you will always be my favorite cousin…I will luv you forever and miss you more than you will know. Thanks for always being so good to my kids, Mike and Lisa…. You belong to the angels now, and you are certainly one of them….I will miss you Luv, Arlene

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