Bonnie Gann


Bonnie Mae Moses Gann, 78, of Cleveland, passed away on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, at her friend’s home.

Born in Chicago, Ill., she moved to Cleveland in 1989.

While there she was an assembler with Nissan. She was of the Baptist faith. She  served as president of the Tennessee State Amvets Women’s Auxiliary and was a member of the Amvets Auxiliary Post 13 in Cleveland.

She was a special mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William R. Gann Sr.; parents, Robert and Ruth Moses; sons: Gary L. Gann, William R. Gann Jr.; and daughter, Diane Ahr.

Survivors include her children: Dorothy Gann of Cleveland, Janet S. Martin of Florida, Brenda (Tony Blankenship) of Beverly Hills, Fla., James A. (Diane) Avalon of Nevada, Robert L. (Kathy) Gann of Wheaton, Ill., and Tina Louise Gann Casas of Sulligent, Ala.; 17 grandchildren, which includes Nick Gann, Jeff Gann and Tyler Gann; 10 great-grandchildren; and special friend, Susie Hall of McDonald.

A Celebration of Bonnie’s Life will be held at 7  this evening, Sept. 11, 2019, in the chapel of Fike-Randolph & Son Funeral Home, with the Rev. David Crump officiating.

The interment will be at 10 a.m. on Thursday at Hilcrest Memorial Gardens.

Her family will receive friends from 5 until 7 this evening at the funeral home.

We invite you to send a message of condolence and view the Gann family guestbook at


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