Jess Seager and sons Jayden (6) and Cody (3) died when a truck and their Toyota Landcruiser collided outside the Noble Falls Tavern on July 31.
Mr Bonini said the local support had made a very difficult time a little easier.
‘To those individuals who were first on the accident scene ” a very special thank you,’ Mr Bonini said in a letter to the Gazette.
‘To the fire brigade, ambulance and police, with such a difficult job to do, you provided your professional services with the utmost compassion and respect.
‘To the management and staff of the Noble Falls Hotel, the organisers and all those who took part from the car and bike clubs, the Gidgegannup, Morangup and surrounds communities, the extended Facebook community, the CWA and Coles-Wesfarmers, your significant efforts are acknowledged and appreciated.
‘Thanks to the organisers and those who attended the balloon release at the Noble Falls picnic area; it meant a great deal to have something just for the children.
‘To all those who sent such beautiful flowers or took the time to write heartfelt messages or sympathy cards, thank you one and all.
‘To the hundreds of people who attended the funeral service ” thank you for your thoughts, prayers and attendance.
‘I can now complete the house Jess and myself were building,in a large part due to the fundraising that has taken place.
‘The overwhelming generosity that the countless people have shown is truly heart warming and for this, I extend my deepest gratitude. While it’s not possible to recognise all people individually, rest assured it’s genuinely appreciated and will never be forgotten.
‘The tears that have been shed, the hugs and kisses shared, the words of kindness and the offers of help have all combined to get me and my extended family through this traumatic time.’