Mrs. Bonnie Sue McDaniel Summers, 91, died Thursday, February 18, 2021, at Davie Nursing & Rehab.
She was born February 8, 1930, in Davie County, to the late Thomas Edward and Maudie Viola Beauchamp McDaniel. Mrs. Summers was a very active member of Oak Grove United Methodist Church where she sang in the choir and quartet, taught Women's Sunday school class, and enjoyed Methodist Women. She retired from Hanes Brands, in their Mocksville and Clemmons offices, as a supervisor in the billing department. She enjoyed playing the piano, square dancing, and ballroom dancing.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, James Martin Summers; sisters, Iva Nell Wall, Lois Long, Pearlie Mae Jarvis, Fallie Sidden and Mozelle Parks; and a son, Terry Martin Summers.
Survivors include grandson, Chad Summers (Carlette); great-grandson, Staton Summers, all of Raleigh; and several nieces and nephews.
A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Wednesday, February 24, at Oak Grove United Methodist Church, with Rev. Bob Summers officiating. Interment will follow in church cemetery. At the request of the family, please be mindful of social distancing and wear face covering. The family invites friends to come by Lambert Funeral Home, Tuesday, February 23, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., to pay their respects. Due to COVID-19, there will not be a formal receiving line and face coverings are required.
To provide the community an opportunity to celebrate the life of Mrs. Summers, there will be a live webcast of her service on the Lambert Funeral Home website, or visit:
In lieu of flowers, they request that memorials be considered for Oak Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund, 1994 US Hwy 158 E, Mocksville, NC 27028.
"Bonnie and husband James were very dear friends and in our Goodtimers Square Dance Group for many years . I loved Bonnie dearly and often stopped in her home to see her precious things she loved dearly . She was proud of her family and loved to share photos , so I will try to share some of many fun times that we had with Bonnie . I know you danced right into Heaven with that beautiful smile and red lipstick ! Prayers for the family from us that remain , love The Goodtimers ?"
"I worked with Bonnie for years at Hanes. She was such a nice person. I lived next door to Pearlie Mae for years too. Thought the world of both of them. They are both missed. Condolences to the family. "