Arthur D. Bunker of Tyngsborough, MA

 

5594 BunkerArthur D. Bunker, 71, of Tyngsborough, MA died Thursday July 30, 2015 at his home after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was married to Patricia (Larmand) Bunker with whom he celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary on July 2. Patricia is the driver of bus 5 in Chelmsford.

Born in Boston, MA, he was the son of the late Robert and Dora Bunker. He graduated from Lowell High School.

A resident of Tyngsborough for over 70 years, Arthur worked as a carpenter for most of his life. He restored many homes in the Boston Historic District while working for the Historical Society recreating woodwork from years ago. In his early years, he worked with his father and brothers on the Cushman Route delivering pastries. He later worked as a retailer at the Bon Marche Department Store in Lowell. He had also worked at the Supreme Market on Westford St. in Lowell.

Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Daniel Bunker of Salem, NH and Raymond Soucy of Tyngsborough, MA; a daughter, Deborah Bunker of NH; two brothers, Christopher and Jeanette Bunker of Pelham, NH and Robert Bunker of CA; three sisters, Kathleen  and Russ Anderson

of Tyngsborough, MA, Martha Thomas of Pepperell, MA and Mary Bunker of Salem, NH; 6 grandchildren, Destiny, Jordan, Aidan, Cali, Aiden and Brandon Michael Lee Bunker; special grandkids, Alexis and Brooke, Jonathan and Brandon.

He was predeceased by two brothers, John and Walter Bunker.

Visiting hours Sunday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Funeral Monday at 10:00 AM from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, followed by a funeral Mass at 11AM at St. John the Evangelist Church in Chelmsford. Cremation at Merrimack Crematory, Merrimack, NH.

 

Visitation

August 2, 2015
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dolan Funeral Home

Funeral

August 3, 2015
11:00 AM
St. John the Evangelist Church, Chelmsford, MA
  1. Dan Bunker says:

    My father Arthur Bunker was one of a kind he taught me everything I know, growing up he always took us to cape cod every summer took us fishing and always spent time with us later we used to go to constantines where we would spend the summer he always made sure we had fun, as I grew up he taught me all aspects of carpentry he answered my million questions and took the time to show me down to the last detail, later on my dad and I built a house for my family in Salem NH he was there with me every step of the way, he was proud when I got a job in masonry and started working with him on side jobs together he was surprised on how much I had learned and I told him I learned from you because you were always there for me no matter what, I could go on for hours on the kind of person he was there isn’t enough time in this world for me to truly express how important my dad was to me and will always be in my heart forever, I love you dad, until we meet again.

  2. Dr. Robert Spindell and Family says:

    Chris and family: Our love and deepest condolences to you and the entire family regarding the loss of your loved one Arthur. Love Dr Bob Spindell and Family

  3. Jessica Carson says:

    Thank you for the great memories growing up. You were always fun and kind to us kids taking over you house at all hours of the day. Rest in peace. <3

  4. The Bunker Family says:

    Uncle Arthur,

    Thank you for always having the patience, for just putting up with your nephews. You always took the time to listen to them and answer there millions of questions while you were trying to work! We will always think of you, every time we see a van like yours, (I am sure Vinny will be looking for you and some gum). You are the true meaning of an Uncle, a Grandfather, husband, and friend.

    We will miss you very much,

    All our Love, Bob, Lois, Nick, Joey, and Vinny.

  5. Martha Bunker Thomas says:

    Dearest Arthur, May you live long in the Light with your brothers and parents, another star in the sky.

  6. Darilyn Griffin says:

    I will always remember a kind, sometimes shy, and fun-loving teenager, who along with his brothers taught us cousins how to jump from a rope swing into the Merrimack River. We are blessed with memories of a wonderful man.

  7. Russ & Kathy Anderson says:

    Arthur you were a great brother In-law, and brother to Kathy. You and your great sense of humor and appetite for life will never be forgotten. We will miss you and think of you everyday with a smile. R.I.P. Archie Love Russ and Kathy.

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