It is with great sadness the family of Wallace (Wall) Bungay of Grand Bank announce his sudden passing at his home in Grand Bank on Saturday December 25th, 2021 at the age of 71 years.
Leaving to mourn with precious and loving memories his wife and soul mate of 49 years of marriage Suzanne; children Max Bungay of Brooks, Alberta, Angela Denty of Boat Harbour & Janice Bungay of Grand Bank; grandchildren Timothy, Tyler, Cody, Ashley, Ethan, Brayden and Samuel; brothers Gordon of Grand Bank, Arch (Beulah) of Seal Cove; sisters Ruby Rideout of Seal Cove & Ada (Chesley) of Seal Cove; sister-in-law Alma Bungay of Grand Bank, plus many brother in-laws and sister in-laws along with many nieces and nephews plus a large circle of other family and friends.
Predeceased by Parents Cecil & Olive Bungay, parents-in-law Samuel & Agnes Clements, son-in-law Greg Denty, brother Wes Bungay, sister-in-law Mildred Bungay & brother-in-law Clarence Rideout.
Wall loved his life companion Suzanne, after six months of dating were married which lasted for 49 years. His children, grandchildren, especially his only granddaughter Ashley who he call pop’s princess, were loved by him dearly. He always said “if I would’ve known that grandchildren was this wonderful we should of had them first.” He worked at the fish plant for 50 years. Wall liked to trout and berry pick when the kids were younger, he especially loved his camouflage. At Christmas time he would always bring home two Christmas trees so he had extra boughs so when he started drilling holes the tree would be fuller. He was so proud of all his grandchildren and loved having them around. He checked on everyone every night to make sure everything was ok and the last thing he would always say on the phone before he hung up was “Love you.” He always offered help without question, expecting nothing in return. He has left a hole in our hearts which can never be filled. He will forever be remembered and loved by his family and friends.
Family will be accepting visitors in keeping with Covid regulations on Friday, December 31st, 2021 from 2-4PM and 7-9PM following alert level 3 guidelines with one family bubble visiting at a time.
When entering building you will be required to show proof of vaccination. Please wear mask and sanitize hands on entering and exiting building. Everyone is asked to sign the contact tracing sheet and register to attend funeral service. Together we can do this.
Funeral service will take place from Salvation Army Citadel Grand Bank on Saturday January 1, 2022 at 1PM with cremation following. Please phone the church on Friday December 31, 2021 if you are attending the service.
In his memory donations to the family are gratefully accepted.
Funeral arrangements entrusted to Serenity Funeral Home, Burin.
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