Carol B. Larrimore was born on April 17, 1956. She passed away at Seasons Hospice in Christiana, Delaware on March 11, 2021.
Bonnie was raised on her family farm in Kennedyville, Maryland. She graduated from Kent County High School with the class of 1975. She then went to Chesapeake College and obtained a Business Law degree in 1977.
Bonnie worked at Vonnie’s and the C-Town Sub Shop before beginning a career with State Farm from 1986-2006. She then moved onto her job with Parents Place of Maryland, where she worked as an advocate for children on the Eastern Shore from 2007 – 2021. She loved this job and considered it one of her greatest accomplishments along with being a DNR reserve officer for 5 years. She fought for victims of domestic violence and helped children with addiction to get help. In 2017, she helped her community fight for a 4-way stop sign in Crumpton after many tragic accidents happened at the intersection.
Bonnie was a spiritual woman with an extremely strong spirit. She was Reiki practitioner, she loved nature and animals, she would often go outside to pick flowers, and she particularly loved hummingbirds & dragonflies. She loved to dance to the music Stevie Nicks, go fishing, and vist the Freeze for ice cream with her granddaughter.
Her greatest joy was when her granddaughter Hannah came into this world. She loved her dog, Hawk, and her cats, Sage and Raven.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Thomas Clayton W. & Rose A. Connolley; maternal grandparents, Calvin & Gertrude Butterworth Mcneil; father, James Edward Larrimore; mother, Jean Ruth McNeil; her twin brother at birth; one brother, James E. Larrimore; one sister, Betty Jean Larrimore; and two sons, Jeremiah F. Thoma and Zachary J. Pichtelberger.
She is survived by her daughter, Heidi Thoma Luff (Ryan); granddaughter, Hannah Luff; brother, Thomas C. Larrimore (Lori); many nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, and extended family from Pennsylvania and Florida; and her best neighbor friend on the farm.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Bonnie’s name to Seasons Hospice in Christiana, Delaware. Services will be held privately.