June Evelyn Bundy

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  • "Sheridan and Dick, I am very sorry for your loss. Your..."
  • "Sending you all hugs and support during this difficult..."
    - Debbie Seholm
  • - Kay Arnold
  • "Sheridan I have always admired your mother-daughter..."
    - Kay Langford Arnold
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    - Dick and Judi Prettyman
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June was born, raised, and lived in Bellingham throughout her long, full life. She grew up in the Great Depression and through personal hardship developed a warmth, kindness, generosity, and nurturing spirit that ultimately defined her life and her connection to others. June married her high school sweetheart, Mel Bundy, and they raised their family in Bellingham: Daughter, Sheridan & Dick Montag, and their children, Stacy, Lisa, Steve & Tracy, Shannon & Brian; Son, Gray & Rose Bundy, and their children, Chris & Joann, Brick and Kacie and Jordy & Shauna; Great-grandchildren, Marcus Montag; Briley, Christina & Tommy Funk; Iker Munsen; Griffin & Kobe Dern-Bundy; Tipton & Karly Bundy; and Jaiden & Bailey Bundy. Mel and June were active in the community and were known for being well-liked among their many friends. June was a proud and devoted homemaker and skilled in the domestic arts. She had a knack for decorating that made her home warm and inviting while her lush and cheerful gardens were the envy of neighbors. June put her creativity, grit, and frugality to work fixing up the houses they lived in and then selling them for a profit - flipping before flipping was even and thing. And yet, while June could pinch a penny until it screamed in order to get ahead in the world, she was also one of the most generous people you would ever meet, always ready to help out a deserving soul in need. June's love and support of her family was her most important calling and inspiring attribute. When you walked in the door she beamed a smile at you, ready to feed you, listen to your story, and make you feel special. She had that rare ability to make you feel like the most important person in the world and that you mattered regardless of your difficulty or shortcoming. Every one of her family members like to think they were her favorite - and, no doubt, each of us was! We will all miss her physical presence, a piece of her lives on in each of us. As long as we are together, she will never be far away. Please join us on Thursday, July 12 at 2:00 pm at Bayview Cemetery for a graveside service with a reception following. In lieu of flowers, a donation in her name to the local Salvation Army is appreciated.
Published in Bellingham Herald on July 10, 2018
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