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Pamelia Ann Myers Bunch passed away early on the morning of October 6, 2019. At the time of passing, her husband Frank and son John were by her side.
Ann is survived by her beloved eternal husband of 54 years, Frank Bunch, Jr.; her four children Tiffany (and husband Brian), John (and wife Megan), Christopher (and wife Maria) and Michael (and wife Nichole); her 16 beautiful grandchildren (Sarah, David, James, Bailey, Cameron, Morgan, Jack, Connor (and wife Nina), Lauren, Garrett, Colton, Gavin, Audrey, Mason, Patrick and Juliet and 1 adorable great grandchild, Emmett.
Ann was born on April 3, 1944 in Huntington, Indiana to James Frederick Myers and Beula Fidelia Summers. She graduated from Baldwin Park High School in 1962, where she was a star Majorette, and marched in the Pasadena Rose Parade. She met and fell in love with Frank while dating one of his best friends. Frank and Ann were married on August 14, 1965 in Covina, California. They were introduced to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by their dear friends, the Garrett family. They were both baptized on November 21, 1969 and sealed as a couple and as a family for time and all eternity in the Los Angeles Temple on January 30, 1971. Ann supported Frank through his pursuit of education, and after years of schooling, Frank became an Orthopedic surgeon. Because of her great support and love, it could be said that she received her doctorates as well, especially since Frank started Medical school when Frank and Ann already had 3 children and Ann had their baby Mike while Frank was in the throes of medical studies. She loved traveling with her family on adventures from Boston and the Cape, to Jackson Hole, the Florida Keys, California and across Europe. We will treasure those family adventures forever.
Ann was an avid gardener and member of the orchid society. She received her degree in Interior Design, and she made life beautiful with this gift. She loved all things French and loved learning and celebrating her German roots. She was a history lover, a lover of fine arts and especially loved to entertain. She made the holidays so beautiful and fun with how she cooked and decorated. We, so grateful for the wonderful traditions she instilled in us and we will look forward to carrying these traditions forward for generations. We are so blessed by how she loved us. We love you our Sweetie, Oma, Mudder, Mom, Mummy and Grammy. We cannot wait until we see you again!
Please join us to honor Ann at a viewing on Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 from 6 – 8 pm at The Russon Mortuary (1941 N Main St Farmington, Utah 84025).
Funeral services will be held Wednesday October 9th at 2:00 pm at Utah Veteran’s Cemetery & Memorial Park (17111 South Camp Williams Road Bluffdale, Utah 84065). Viewing from 1:00 – 2:00 pm prior to service. Interment will be at the Utah Veteran’s Cemetery.