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William J. Bunch Jr.

William (Bill) J. Bunch Jr. passed away on Wednesday January 31st at Alive Hospice in Murfreesboro, TN after a month-long stay in the hospital. Mr. Bunch was born in Marion, IN to the late William (Mack) and Helen Bunch. He was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Patricia (Wihebrink) Bunch on December 18th, 2016, his brother Michael, and a sister, Shirley.

He worked as an auditor for the state of Indiana for 37 years and loved discussing taxes and numbers.

He loved old westerns, word search puzzles (large print of course), and stripping wire in his chair while watching NCIS. He was very loving, kind, and would help anyone he could. He was a sweet soul and will be missed terribly.

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He is survived by his daughter Erica (Chris) Cook Manchester, TN. His son, Jared (Alyssa) Bunch Michigan, dear friends Don and Mary Gilbert, Art and Pam Essex, Barry and Roberta Bennett, and all of the Wallen Family. He is also survived by a sister Sharon, and 7 grandchildren, Emily, Sophia, Tristan, Peyton, Colbie, Teagan, and Nolan. 

He will be cremated per his request and will have a graveside service at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, IN at a later date.

Matthew 5:4. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.

Online condolences may be made at

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Daves-Culbertson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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