Jill Bunker Johnson Wood

Salt Lake City, Utah

1932 - 2018


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4/30/1932 ~ 9/3/2018Barbara Jill Bunker Johnson Wood, passed away September 3, 2018 in Mesquite Nevada, from Parkinson's Disease. Born April 30, 1932 to Ruth Collier Robison and Owen Woodruff Bunker in Fillmore Utah, her mother died when Jill was just 18 months old. Owen married Merodean Huntsman...

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Services yesterday provided a wonderful tribute to Jill, celebrating family traditions and memories. I was delighted to hear Jill's energetic talents and the life she built as remembered by a loving family, full of warmth and humor. Thank you to all for a lovely tribute full of examples for all of us to live by.

Dear Steve,

I'm so very sorry about Jill's death. My memories of her are from so long ago, but remain of a smiling, kind, beautiful young woman.
My deepest condolences.

May the God of peace sustain you and your family at this time of great loss. Please encourage by the words found at 1Thessalonians 4:14

I feel very blessed that our paths crossed in this life Jill. You and Ralph hold a special memory and place in my heart for allowing me to visit with you in your home. I only knew you for a few short years but I know I'm better for knowing you! My prayers are with your family at this time.

May special memories of your loved one comfort you and your family this difficult time. May God fulfill his promise at John 11:24,25 hope those words bring you some consolation and a measure of peace.

Our deepest sympathy to Ralph and Jill's family.
Ron and Darlene Musselman

Our deepest sympathy from Greg and Cyndee Musselman

Our deepest sympathy to Ralph and Jill's family.

Jill was a very sweet and beautiful lady. She will be deeply missed by both Ron and me and all who knew and loved her. She was a gracious host and excellent cook during the many occasions that we had the pleasure of visiting her and Ralph in Mesquite. She could tell some funny and interesting stories and was a joy to be around. She always talked lovingly of her family and the fun times you all had together.
We are blessed to have known her and to be her friend. Our deepest sympathy...