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Bonetta A. Jencks Richards
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Bonetta A. Jencks Richards, 58, of Modesto, died Thursday at her home.
Mrs. Richards was a native of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
She lived in Modesto 41 years.
She was a bookkeeper 40 years, and before retiring, having worked for Venturini-Berry Distributing.
She was a member of Orangeburg Avenue Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Dale R. Richards of Modesto; a daughter, Carol Richards of Modesto; brothers, Billy Jencks of Modesto; and Howard Jencks of Holtville; a sister, Lenora Jencks of Modesto; one grandchild; as well as numerous friends.
A funeral was conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Colonial Chapel of Franklin and Downs, Modesto.
Burial followed at Acacia Memorial Park, Modesto, California.


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