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Elizabeth "Betty" Bunker

Published On: Jun 28 2013 09:21:30 AM CDT

Elizabeth "Betty" Bunker died peacefully in her sleep on June 23, 2013.

She was born to August and Helen Ostrowski December 28, 1928 in Stevens Point, WI. She lived in "Point" through her school years. After WWII she moved to Chicago. There her winning smile and friendly personality won her many lifelong friends and her future husband Dennis Bunker. She and Dennis lived there many years until a job transfer brought them to Janesville in the mid 1960s. In Janesville she made her home raising four sons and working for Borg Indak in Delavan.

She will be sadly missed by her sons, Mark (Sherrie), Brian, Scott (Amy) and Troy (Lynn). She is also survived by her friend of many years, Joan Francis; her brother, Dave (Valerie) Ostrowski of Appleton; her sister, Marge Traintor of La Jolla, CA; her grandchildren, Matt, Jenny, Sarah (and her children), Amanda (and her daughter, Natalia), Sammy, Tyler, and Katie.

A Memorial luncheon will be held in Betty's Honor on Sun. June 30, 2013 from 1-4p.m. at the Blue Moon in Lake Mills. 117 So. Main St.

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