VIOLA E. BRUMIT 5/25/1950 - 4/28/2013 Bunny was born on May 25th 1950 to parents Earl and Frances Walton, in one of the little cabins behind the "Walton's Cafe", which they built. It Later became the "Noisy Nag Bar" They Lived in Barstow, Azusa, Hinkley, Prescott AZ, then back to Barstow where Bunny graduated from Barstow High School in 1968. In August 1968 Bunny married me, Jack Brumit, a Marine stationed in Barstow. In 1973, we had our son Byron who lives in Huntington Beach CA. Bunny was preceded in death by her father and mother and her brother Earl and his wife Frances. (same names as the parents). Bunny is survived by me, her husband (Jack Brumit), our son Byron Brumit, his girlfriend Melissa McCormick, her sister Paula and her husband Lenny, her sister Mary and her husband Eldon and a whole bunch of nieces and nephews. Bunny enjoyed crafts, she loved any and all animals. The top two on her list would have to be pigs and cats. Bunny also dearly loved her cars and going to car shows when her health used to allow her to do so. At various times in her life she owned a 1960 Chevy, a 1957 Chevy, a 1969 Camaro, a 1970 Chevelle, a 1965 Pontiac Tempest and her kick butt 1953 small window VW Bug! They were all hers, not mine!! (unless they needed gas, or worked on). Bunny had cancer in 1973 and survived it, but because of the 8 months, 5 days a week treatment of radiation she spent the last 40 years in some kind of pain, but thanks to the Lord calling her home she will no longer deal with any pain! So just rest easy with the Lord 'til we come to be with you 'Bunny Girl'. We will always miss and love you! Your loving husband and son! As per Bunny's request there will not be any type of service held. Donations in her name to the
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Published in the Daily Press on May 8, 2013