Yvonne(Tootie/Toots) Bogstie (nee Lynn) passed away at the Stettler Hospital with her two daughters Tammy and Tracey as well as a family friend of 25 yrs Roberta Dahl by her side, on Wednesday November 4, 2009. Yvonne was Born in Stettler August 7, 1943 to Melvin (Tuffy) and Doreen Lynn. She married Donald Bogstie April 22, 1961, which soon after their marriage their first Born Bonny Lynn Bogstie (Manson) was born in 1962. Moved from the Crowsnest pass to Trail BC which her second daughter Tracey Ann Bogstie (Monds) was Born in 1966. From Trail, to Kimberley BC, to the Far North of Pine Point NWT, Ft McMurray AB when Tammy Nicole Bogstie(Ripley) made her appearance in 1978. Yvonne was a very loving and caring mother, aunt, Grandmother, and finally a great Grandmother. No matter what child that come into the home she was for ever known as Auntie Toots to the neighbourhood kids, or even known as mom from the numerous friends of Tammy and Tracey! Yvonne’s numerous friends knew she was home with the coffee pot on and ready for some great conversation. She had many interests that included ceramics, and would enjoy watching Skating with her daughters. She was also a driver for the Stettler Air cadets, when Tammy was a cadet for many years. There she gained even more friends. Parents of fellow cadets,with friendships lasting till her death. She was also there to lend a hand, ear or shoulder to her friends. Yvonne was pre deceased by her Father Melvin Lynn, and a grandson, Neil Manson. She is survived by her mother Doreen Lynn, Brother Brian Lynn (Susan and family) Her Daughters Bonny Manson (Donny) and two grandkids Kelly and Terry, Tracey Monds (Gerald) five grandchildren, Ashley, Krista, Michelle, Miranda, Brandon and a Great Grandson Caden born to Ashley And Tammy Ripley (Rob) and their daughter Hailie. Yvonne also leaves many friends and extended family that she loved and cherished! We Miss you already Mommy, Sweet Dreams! Tammy and Tracey Wish to thank Dr. Jim and the Dialysis unit in Red Deer, staff from Unit 31 in RDHC, the Nursing Staff at the Stettler hospital. Thank you mommy for being you, for being the Tough and strong mom that you had to be, thank you lifting us up when we needed Your strength and sharing the ways of the world. Its a tough position that we must try and fill for our children knowing that our children cherished the ground you walked on, Mommy, we miss you so much! What we would do just to hear your voice again! There will be a celebration luncheon on Friday November 13, 2009 from 2-4 p.m. in the Evangelical Free Church Hall! In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Dialysis unit in Red Deer or the Kidney Foundation.