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Clyde Bunker

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An Army Vet that served his country in Vietnam, December 21, 1967 until he was honorably discharged on December 11, 1970, who resided in Redmond, WA, is no longer with us. Mr. Bunker, age 65 was born June 11, 1948 in San Fernando, California to Daisy E. Flores and Charles W. Bunker.

As of August 18, 2013 a much loved father, brother, grandfather, husband, and son has been taken from this world far too early. Clyde S. Bunker still had so much more life to live, children and grandchildren to enjoy and share his extensive knowledge on pretty much everything and anything. He was a unique, motivated, smart and creative man who left many with out the chance or privilege of having him being part of there life. Clyde's presence, personality, off the wall since of humor and everything great that was him will always be remembered and forever be missed. He was and will always continue to be loved. "He was a Gem, truly one of a kind" quoted perfectly by one of the few lucky ones to have been part of his life, and his friend all the way to the end. Thank you Karen, Tony, and Jim for your love and friendship.

He is survived by his wife, Linda Sue Bunker; daughter, Cleo D. Johnson; son, Charles W. Bunker; his brother, Jesse Bunker; step-mother, Alicia Bunker; and four beautiful grandchildren, Lilith Dalia Nenninger, Tyler James Witt, Blake Samuel Witt, and Andrew Bunker.

Date of his Service has not yet been confirmed. The service will be taking place in Chatsworth, California. For more information you can contact Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial Funeral Home in SeaTac, WA. Please sign the online memorial at www.bonneywatson.com.
Published in Los Angeles Daily News on Nov. 14, 2013
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