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Monday, February 17, 2020

NWA Capt. Henry T. ‘Terry’ Bunker


  
~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, NWA Capt. Henry T. ‘Terry’ Bunker
July 3, 1938 ~ January 20, 2020


Friends write: “With great regret I am obligated to inform you that our colleague Captain Terry Bunker, age 81, passed away Monday, January 20th after a long fight with cancer. Terry resided in Apple Valley, Minnesota. He was hired on May 22, 1968 and retired in July 1998. More details and information regarding a
celebration of life will be forthcoming.”

Note: friends write of Captain Bunker’s passing as January 20
perhaps a misprint in the online obituary version as reprinted below?
Whitepages notes the family residence as
5135 148th St. W. , Saint Paul, MN 55124…. (651) 322-1540
Updates/corrections are always appreciated and we will pass them along.
Thank you,
~ Carol for the PCN 

Obituary…………………..  http://www.startribune.com/obituaries/detail/0000346174/ 
Henry T. 'Terry' Bunker
Bunker, Henry T. 'Terry' passed away peacefully on January 22, 2020 with his wife Terri by his side after a brief illness. Terry grew up in Cincinnati, OH where he graduated from Xavier University. He had a long career as a pilot, retiring after 29 years of service. His flying career started in the Air Force, where he served his country for many years. Terry is survived by his wife, daughter Kate (Matt) Casey, grandson Owen, daughter Michelle Bunker, and son Terrence Bunker, as well as many close friends and family too numerous to name. Terry will be remembered by everyone as an amazing storyteller, world traveler, and lover of all things sweet. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Last Hope. In his final hours, Terry requested that rather than a funeral, a celebration take place to bring all of his friends together one last time. Arrangements will be made for a celebration this spring here in the Twin Cities, and the details will be shared in the near future.

Published on February 16, 2020

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