Ms. Bonnie Weeks was born in Washington D.C. and attended Holy Comforter grade school in the District and then LaReine High School in Suitland, Maryland. Ms. Weeks entered Federal Government Service in May 1970 as a summer intern working at the Naval Sea Systems Comand. She remained with the Command until August 1978 when she resigned to become a “Stay-at-Home Mother”.
Bonnie returned to the Federal Government in July 1988 with a position at the Defense Intelligence Agency, Directorate for Attaches and Operations as a Vehicle Program Manager.
In October 1992, she became a Program Manager within that Directorates Office of Programs and Resources. She was a budget analyst and in 2005, moved to the office of Deputy Budget Execution, where she was promoted to GG15 as the Chief of Budget Execution for the Directorate of HUMINT Operations.
From April 2007, Ms. Weeks left the Directorate of Operations, accepting a position a a Supoervisory Staff Officer in the Office of Logistics, but returned in February 2008, and remained there through the VISION 2020 transition. Bonnie retired from DIA in 2015.
Ms. Weeks past away on 23 April 2020, following a bout with cancer in Tampa Florida.
Bonnie and her husband Thom were married for 48 years and she remained devoted to her husband, and four sons (Tom Jr, Mike, Patrick and Eddie). She also rooted for the Washington Redskins and was a Redskins Cheerleader from 1969 – 1978.
Bonnie also has two grandchildren, Patrick and Abigail Weeks. Also surviving are brother Michael Harrison (Sheryl); and sister Michele Thomas (Sid); and many nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at a later date because of the Covid restrictions on gatherings.
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