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Bunker was a great guy, always fun, never had anything bad to say. He was a friend of my father's but always treated me good and looks like everyone else too. He will be missed and may he rest in peace.

...I cannot tell you how much our friendship meant. I will truly miss you

I worked as Bunker's Assistant for the 9 years that I worked at UBS and we had many great times together. I will miss all of his funny stories that he would tell. I know that this was a shock to his son Jeff and his sister Jeannie, just know that you both are in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Just know that up in heaven he is having the time of his life. Sarah Berry-Barden

I worked for Bunker at the Dodge dealership in the 70s, I never had a better boss or friend may he rest in peace

I was fortunate to work with Bunker at PaineWebber and also get my PDI certification through him. An unexpected loss. His friendship and presence will be missed. RIP

Our sincere condolences to Bunker's family and friends. Our winters and summers were always brighter when Bunker appeared in the Colorado mountains. He will live forever in the stories we tell at the Dillon dam brewery. Richard and Sally Mason

Bunker was an extraordinary person. He will be missed greatly by his family and friends. I had the privilege to know Bunker through UBS and we instantly hit it off as I grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from FSU so my love and passion for the Noles almost matched his! Our last outing together was to the FSU/NY Yankee baseball game in Tampa.
Thoughts and prayers to Bunker's family. With deepest sympathy,
Ray Olson

Such a great loss to so many! He was an incredibly great friend and though he is gone in body, his spirit will live on daily in my life as well as others. It was such a great fortune to know him and be friends. I will miss him terribly.

Bunker was a good neighbor, even to residents he did not know. Risking his own life when the home of a new resident caught fire, Bunker used his extinguisher to help put out flames before the fire department arrived. Injured in the effort, Bunker paid his own medical bills. He also helped me many times, such as when my daughter accidentally locked me out of my house before she left with friends and times when my car would not start and needed a jump. He was a neighbor I will dearly miss--for...


HAROLD's Obituaries

HAROLD "BUNKER" SHIPP HILL, Jr., 71 TAMPA - Harold "Bunker" Shipp Hill, Jr. of Tampa passed away unexpectedly Monday, April 14, 2014, due to a heart attack. Born in Miami on October 28, 1942 to the late Patricia Brewer Hill and Harold "Bunker" Shipp Hill Sr. of...

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