Bonnie Lou Smook, 67, passed away at her home in Powhatan, on September 3, 2018. She was preceded in death by her parents, Boyd and Unia (Humphrey) Wolfe, of West Virginia. She is survived by her husband, Pat Smook, daughters, Terrie Vanover (Pete Ayers), Bobbi Corker, Dana Smook Creasy (Matt), and three grandchildren, Chloe Tedder, Dexton Tedder, and Madison Ayers, plus her many brothers and sisters. She also leaves behind her friend and helper, Ashley Owenby. Bonnie was known for being hardworking, friendly, and persistent in the pursuit of her goals. She worked as a postal carrier and a farmer. She enjoyed working outdoors, had a natural green thumb, and was a lifelong gardener. She had a creative spirit and, later in life, took up painting. She retired from poultry farming to start an antique store, which was her lifelong dream. A stroke in 2010 kept her mostly indoors for the remainder of her life, but she continued to enjoy spending time with family, backyard bird watching, reading, and spoiling her dog, Roxy. In lieu of flowers or any services, in accordance with her wishes, Bonnie's family encourages you to celebrate her life by spending time with loved ones. She would want you to share a good meal, make time to laugh, and pay it forward with an act of generosity.