George E. Bundick Jr.

0
51

Mr. George E. Bundick Jr. passed away June 5, 2020. He was born June 14, 1946, a son to the late George E. Bundick Sr. and Mary Smith Bundick, in Accomack County. George was educated in the Accomack County school system and graduated from Mary Nottingham Smith School in 1966.

His passion for work was agricultural, but in his later years he worked at Northampton High School as a custodian, where he retired in 2008.

Throughout his Christian experience, he worshiped at various churches and became a member of the Cornerstone Seventh Day Adventist Church in Exmore. One of George’s favorite songs was “Hallelujah Square.” If he had his way, he would have requested the choir to sing that every Sabbath. George served as a deacon, choir member, and was an assistant community service leader. He worked in the soup kitchen every Wednesday as his health allowed him.

George married Diane Bailey and out of that union were born two children. Years later, he met and married the love of his life, Lenora Teresa Jones, and through this union George gained another son. What a coincidence that both boys’ birthdays were May 15.

George was a kind and affectionate person who enjoyed the little things in life. He was a family man and a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan. You might not know this, but he would go out of his way to make sure that you were OK. To know George was to love him.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Lenora T. Bundick; father, George Bundick Sr.; son, George Bundick III; sister, Gladys Scarborough; and brother, McKinley Bundick.

He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Mary Bundick, of Painter; daughter, Cherron Bundick, of Eastville; son, Michael Jones, of Nassawadox; six brothers, Samuel Bundick (Dee), of Pennsylvania, Keith Bundick, of Hampton, Andre Bundick (Maranda), of Killeen, Texas, Ronald Bundick (Barbara), of San Diego, Calif., Milton Bundick (Judy), of Warner Robins, Ga., and Martin Bundick (Rosa), of Birdnest; sisters, Rosemary Vinnie (Charles), of Painter, Sandra Harmon (Steve), of Painter, and Diane Perkins, of Painter; one brother-in-law, Charles Scarborough; one sister-in-law, Bernice Bundick; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins; and a dedicated companion, Joan Williams.

Professional services were entrusted to John O. Morris Funeral Home.