Anita Bunch Obituary, Death Cause – Anita Bunch was a much valued friend, a former coworker, and a long-time supporter of our organization. We are writing to convey the news of her passing as she was a long-time supporter of our cause. Find out more information about Anita, the service that is going to be held in her honor to celebrate her life, and the memorial gifts that she would like to have made by honoring her requests:
Her sorority sisters at Central Missouri State College and her fellow travelers from the People to People Student Ambassador Program in college, her Kansas City students from when she taught physical education there in the 1960s, her vast Evergreen community, her Friendship Bridge colleagues raising funds for microloans to support female entrepreneurs in Guatemala, her fellow staff at Pepsi Center.
Ball Arena and Broncos Stadium, and all of her other coworkers all consider her to be one of their own. OH, how she will always be loved by her family, and how much they will be enriched by the love that she has for them! We are quite fortunate. Anita’s daughter Molly had already passed away when she did. Anita’s parents, William “Binky” Williams and Helen Nibarger, had passed away before she did.
She followed in their footsteps. She is survived by her daughter Amy and grandsons Marcus, Draecyn, and DJ, in addition to her sister Marcia, her nephew Greg (and his wife Eileen), her great nephews Dylan (and his wife Molly), and Madison (and her husband Ady), and her great-great niece and nephews Myia, True, and Sterling. She is also survived by her great-great niece and nephews Myia, True, and Sterling.
In addition, she is survived by her great-great niece Myia and her great-great nephews True and Sterling. The fact that she cared for us is something we will never be able to get over, despite the fact that we consider ourselves tremendously fortunate for it.