Bonnie's Cancer Fundraiser
Hello From My Heart!
by Bonnie Ellul ~
Over the past twenty-five years in the Tampa Bay area I have met many wonderful people from all over the world. Who knows we may have even had a special conversation together on life's journey one day.
This past year has been a struggle for me as I was diagnosed with several forms of life threatening Cancer. Although I tried to resolve the issues with western medicine the battle has been down hill and is still unresolved. Therefore, I only have one option left if I am going to win this battle. My spiritual guidance, friends and a clear understanding of alternative holistic modalities have pointed me to the Utopia Wellness Center in Oldsmar Florida. To learn more about there services visit www.UtopiaAwaits.com
Dr Garcia and his staff offer an extensive mind, body and soul program that targets and destroys deadly Cancer without disturbing healthy cells in the body. As I discussed the program with Dr Garcia I knew his system could work for me. You see:I began studying alternative healing methods about thirty years ago as my father battled Cancer and lost the fight. Several years later Cancer took my mother and more recently my sister has been fighting breast Cancer. Obviously, Cancer runs in our family but I honestly believe alternative holistic medicine can help me win my battle for life.
Because Utopia Wellness Center is an alternative holistic approach to fighting Cancer, insurance companies will not cover the costs. Please help me fight this battle by donating whatever you can as soon as you can.
Thank you from my heart to yours.
Bonnie R. Ellul, 63, of Lutz, Florida, passed away from Cancer on September 28, 2012.
Bonnie was born May 29, 1949, in Belz, Russia, to Riva and Henry Davidovitch. In the early 60's the family settled in Michigan to become American citizens. About twenty years later Bonnie met Joseph Ellul they fell in love and were married at their Florida residence in 1994.
Bonnie had an energetic, loving, magnetic personality that touched the hearts and souls of people around the globe. Race, color or creed was no barrier, as she loved everyone. At a young age, she enjoyed a fun filled life of travel throughout the USA and Europe with a desire to meet new adventurous people. This lifestyle provided her with wonderful memories she was more than willing to share in an instant. She was also a savvy businesswoman with over thirty years of professional sales, marketing, advertising and promotional experience.
Bonnie is survived by her loving husband Joseph; her sister Ann and brother in-law Jerry; her niece Erica with children Ryan, Austin and Haley; three stepchildren Christopher, Nicholas and Anthony; three grandchildren Andrew, Preston and Emma Rose; Aunt Regina, Harry and MaryAnn, Eddie, Eric and many friends.
At Bonnie's request, no formal service will be held.