In Loving Memory of Sheila P. Bunn
Sheila P. Bunn was born on November 25, 1948. She was the only daughter of Adolph Muir Sr. and Jeanette Hall. Sheila was raised in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she attended St. Benedict Catholic Church as a child. Sheila attended Pennell Elementary, Wagner Junior High, and Olney High School and met the love of her life Hayward N. Bunn Sr. Sheila graduated high school in 1966 and two years later on September 28, 1968, Sheila and Hayward Bunn were married at the House of Prayer Episcopal Church. Right after high school, Sheila took her first job as a bank teller at Germantown Savings Bank (GSB) with her aunt Margaret Reitan. Happily working and living on McPherson St., she attended the Community College of Philadelphia studying a new technology called Computer Science in the early sixties.
Sheila later moved to Maple Shade, New Jersey with her husband, who worked as a success entrepreneur selling cars. There she gave birth to two sons Nathan (Nate) Bunn Jr, and Kyle Bunn, her sole surviving heir. In 1976, the family moved to their home in Willingboro, New Jersey. Sheila then had her faith tested early in life with the passing of husband Hayward and oldest son Nate. She then poured her love into her son Kyle and worked tirelessly for twenty two years at the Burlington County Board of Freeholders. There Sheila was known as a quiet, loving, and an unassuming person. Her close friends know her as a strong, God-fearing woman.
Sheila was accepted into our Lord’s loving arms on Monday, August 31, 2020, leaving behind: her son, Kyle Bunn; grand-daughter, Kylah Watkins-Paradise; three siblings, (Adolph Muir Jr. deceased), Levi F. Scott Jr., and Troy L. Scott; nieces, Zerlina Muir, Megan Scott, Taylor Scott; nephews, Royce Muir and William Scott; cousins, Janice Turner, Honey Elias, Eric Hillard, Gina Hillard, Karen Dunaway, Ernestine Yancy, Evelyn Dewitt, Hazel McMillian; and a host of other second cousins, family friends, neighbors and former co-workers.
Submitted With Love,
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