Hilton: November 7, 2014 at age 75. Richard is survived by his children, Letha (Hank) Przyklek, Christine (Joe) Jedrzejek, Terri (J.B.) Steadham, Joseph Bunn, Mildred (R.C.) Kilcrease, Jake (Margie) Bunn & Michael (Brandi) Bunn; brothers, Kenneth (May) Bunn, Bill (Paulette) Bunn, Lloyd (Judy) Bunn & Charles (Toni) Brining; many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews; dear friends. He is predeceased by his sister, Mary Mosher.
Richard’s Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, November 15th, 11 A.M. at Hope Church, 1301 Vintage Lane, Rochester NY 14626. Interment held privately.
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, RochesterCremation.com.
May you rest in peace and watch over the people here that will miss you. Love you
Was a good man whom will be missed by friends and family. Everyone did not see the world as he, but he had great intentions towards his family.
Good bye Bunn man
We are so sorry for your loss. You do not know us, but Richard knew our Mother at the home (Cora). I had the pleasure to get to know him and would often visit him when going to see Cora. I made a number of ice cream runs and subway visits at his request. We want you to know that we asked about him every time we went the the home and was very sad to see the notice in the paper. Cora suffers from advanced Alzheimer’s and he was a very kind and perfect gentlemen with her. She asked for weeks about him but with her illness it seems to have robbed her of that time as well.
We just wanted you all to know your Dad was pleasure to get to know and Thanks to him for putting up with Cora.
May God Bless him and your family.
John & Karen (Cora’s family)
we shelled out $ 3,800 three years ago for a basic crmotaien/urn/funeral. It is stunning how much they gouge you for the smallest of services (200 for the obit in the paper, 300 for transportation of the body from the hospital to the funeral home, keeping in mind the two are one traffic light away from each other- if you don’t believe me, check out Fish Memorial Hospital in Orange City to Baulduff funeral home)Anyway, best thing to do is to set aside money in his estate to cover all the costs, and even prepay them if you can. reason being you won’t be out the cash while waiting for reimbursement from the estate after the fact. Get the cheapest the funeral home has to offer in terms of crmotaien and urn- and if he belongs to a church, have them do the funeral. this cuts down on all kinds of costs. Also, do not pay for burial. You can do anything with the ashes- keep them on the mantle if you’re that sort of gruesome person, or scatter them at the beach- whatever. And as far as any sort of wake goes, do that at home and have the guests bring the food.