Bunker, Daniel (Frank) Frank (May 14, 1875 - April 2, 1949)
FRANK BUNKER FUNERAL WAS HELD
Unknown - April 7, 1949D.Frank Bunker, for many years a resident of Douglas, died Saturday morning at his home after an extended illness.
Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon from the Stark Funeral chapel by Rev. Louis Gale. Interment was in Douglas Park cemetery.
Mr. Bunker was born in Fairfield, Maine, May 14, 1875. Educated in Allen's Private School for Boys in Boston, he was married to Edith R. Sterns in 1904.
He came to Wyoming to be with his father on a sheep ranch. For the past 27 years he has been employed at the court house, resigning this position last September because of failing health.
He was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America.
Frank Bunker Dies At His Home
Unknown - April 7, 1949Frank Bunker, well-known long time resident of Converse County, passed away at his home Saturday, April 2, following an illness of several months.
D.Frank Bunker was born in Fairfield, Maine, May 14, 1875, and passed away in his home in Douglas April 2, 1949 at the age of 73 years, 10 months, 19 days.
He received his education at Allen's Private School for Boys in Boston. There he married Edith R. Stearns in 1904. In that year he came to Wyoming to be with his father on a sheep ranch on LaBonte. After his father's death he took over the ranch interest.
He was employed at the court house here for 27 years. He resigned this position last September on account of ill health. He was a member of the Woodmen lodge.