I am going to miss you my ole friend. I will always cherish the conversations we have had, the many stories you have shared with me for many years.
Brian and Sara my condolences to you both. Jim loved you very much.
Love always and forever
Jim was known to 1000's as "Bunker", because of his strong "old school" oil field character. He positively affected the lives of generations of young men, teaching them work ethic and job skills that would be with them for the rest of thier lives. He taught a lot of "Company Men", including me, in the course of his career. Love or not like, Bunker was a man of such strong character, after getting to know him just a bit, you could not feel neutral, or refer to him as anything but "Bunker".
Ya done good Jim. Rest in Peace.
So sorry for your loss. Praying for wonderful memories to pass on to your family ??????
My deepest condolences to Jimmy Bunker’s family. My mother Violet was his sister. Jimmy was the youngest of the Bunker children. Sounds like Jimmy had a good life and will be sadly missed with many fond memories.
There are never enough words to say about this man. He was such a devoted friend, coworker, husband, support system, grandfather and father. He was strong and determined when he needed to be and soft and kind hearted the next. He would always tell you what you needed to hear, good or bad. Lol He was my role model when I was young and still is to this day. He taught me so much and helped make me the man I am today. Rest in Peace "Old Man".
I can’t say enough about the memories I have about this man. All the prayers and positive thoughts to you and your family Brian. He was truly loved and will be missed.