Bonny Lee LaRock

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Bonny Lee LaRock, 62, passed away peacefully with her loving daughter by her side on January 4, 2021 at Albany Medical Center due to complications from illnesses.

Bonny, born April 22,1959 in Hudson, NY was the daughter of the late Willard & Bertha (Beaumont) Welch Sr.

Bonny attended Hudson High School where she enjoyed her time as a color guard in the Continental Cadets. She worked for over twenty years at L&B Furniture Industries in Hudson until their closure, which led her to find her place of employment at The Philmont Hearth.

Bonny loved family gatherings, playing horseshoes, camping and picnicking. She spent many hours in her yard decorating her flower garden and pond which she was always very proud of. Anybody that knew Bonny knew she was also a dedicated fan of the New York Yankees! Bonny absolutely loved the local live music scene; she could be found all summer long line dancing her heart out at the local parks. The 217 Band with her brother on drums was definitely her favorite jam.

Cherished memories and smiles remain in the hearts of her beloved companion Harvey Scraper, Philmont NY and her only daughter and son in law- Sabrina & Richard Zucco of Valatie, NY. Bonny was survived by her brother Willard (Linda) Welch of Chatham NY, Sabrina’s father Edward Stanhope, former husband and good friend David LaRock, nephew Glen Welch, nieces Melanie, Tara and Kimberly Welch. She was predeceased by her brother Roger Welch.

Calling hours will be at Bates & Anderson- Redmond & Keeler Funeral Home, Inc. Hudson New York on Saturday, January 16th from 9am to 11am, followed by her burial at her final resting place at Cedar Park Cemetery.

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