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92nd General Assembly

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 1                          SENATE RESOLUTION

 2        WHEREAS, The members  of  the  Illinois  Senate  wish  to
 3    express  their  sincere condolences to the family and friends
 4    of Edward R. "Midge" Bunk, who passed away on June 19,  2001;
 5    and

 6        WHEREAS, Edward R. Bunk was born on September 21, 1923 in
 7    Marshfield,  Wisconsin and lived in North Chicago for most of
 8    his life; and

 9        WHEREAS, Edward R. Bunk served in the United States  Army
10    during  World  War II as a heavy equipment operator, building
11    roads in the China, India, Burma Theatre; and

12        WHEREAS, Edward R. Bunk retired in 1978 after 34 years of
13    service from Great Lakes in the Roads and Grounds Department;
14    he also served as a crossing guard for North Chicago  Schools
15    for 10 years; and

16        WHEREAS,  Edward  R.  Bunk  was  a member of the Queen of
17    Peace Church; he was a  former  member  of  the  Holy  Family
18    Church in North Chicago, where he served on the school board;
19    and

20        WHEREAS, Edward R. Bunk's greatest joys were fishing with
21    his friends and the Chicago Cubs; and

22        WHEREAS,  The  passing  of  Edward R. Bunk will be deeply
23    felt by all who knew and loved him, especially his wife of 54
24    years, Darlene; his sons, Louis (wife, Ann) Bunk  and  Steven
25    (wife,  Diane)  Bunk; his grandchildren, Lori (husband, Greg)
26    Young, Sean Bunk, Lindsay Bunk, Steven Bunk, and Lizzie Bunk;
27    his brother, Louis (wife, Theresa) Bunk;  his  sisters,  Mary
28    Lou  (husband,  John)  McKinney,  Joyce  Meyers, and Margaret
29    (husband, Richard) Sauve; and his many  nieces  and  nephews;
30    therefore, be it
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 2    ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, that we mourn, along  with
 3    all  who  knew  him,  the  death  of  Edward R. Bunk of North
 4    Chicago, Illinois; and be it further

 5        RESOLVED, That a suitable  copy  of  this  resolution  be
 6    presented  to  the  family of Edward R. Bunk with our sincere
 7    condolences.

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