Bonnici Stores

Importers and distributors Bonnici Stores Ltd on Thursday announced the death of beloved Director Vincent Bonnici.

The company stated that Mr Bonnici was a ‘pillar’ of the company, as well as a ‘visionary leader’ and a ‘dear friend to many’.

“His dedication, passion and guidance have left and incredible mark on our company, and his loss will be deeply felt by all of us,” shared the company on Facebook.

Vincent Bonnici / Facebook

Bonnici Stores specialises in providing “top-of-the-line” electric generators used during camping and boat trips and is also an importer and distributor of agricultural machinery and equipment.

“We will honour Vincent’s memory by continuing the work he was so passionate about and by upholding the values he held dear. We will forever be grateful for the time we had with him and the legacy he leaves behind,” the company said.

It also expressed its sympathy with his family, friends and all those whose lives he touched. “We ask for your understanding and support as we come to terms with this profound loss.”

His funeral service will commence on 11th December, 2pm, at Burmarrad parish church.

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Bonnici Stores Ltd / Facebook

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