Bernice "Bunny" Bucholtz (August 25, 1924 - May 06, 2015)

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Bernice "Bunny" Bucholtz
  • August 25, 1924
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  • May 06, 2015

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  1. Rick & Pat Whissel says:
    09 May 2015
    Aunt Bunny was a wonderful Lady that lived for Her Family. She loved to travel and share her experiences with others. She suffered many health problems but always made the best of the cards she was dealt. We were always welcomed by Bunny and Bucky. She loved to guide family and friends around Disney. She will be missed by many.

  2. Peggy Wiltberger says:
    09 May 2015
    Aunt Bunny was one in a million. Despite many lifetime health problems, nothing could curtail her adventuresome spirit. Nothing could keep her down. Once she got up in the morning, or should I say afternoon, she was ready to go. Her home and heart were always open, to everyone. She was never judgmental. She was an eternal romantic. A life well lived. I loved her and will miss her.

  3. Lori "Wiltberger" Ender says:
    09 May 2015
    Our Aunt Bunny will be missed as she joins those she loved so much that have passed before her. My best memory of Aunt Bunny is when our Wiltberger family joined her and her family on a vaction throughout the west. She was the tour guide of tour guides. Loved to visit when we were in Florida and dining with her at the early bird dinners. Her Disney stories were endless and we had the privledge of going there together once. Many fun times remebered going all the way back to our family days in Buffalo area. Love in my heart for you forever.

  4. Lindsay Jones says:
    08 May 2015
    My grandma was a beautiful woman. She taught me to be proud of who I am and what I have. She loved me no matter what I did and that love was shown to all she met. She was a woman of a million stories. Most I can repete verbatim. Her stories are something I will miss. There was never I time that I was with her that my grandma didn't tell me she loved me, repeatedly. At the time, I wondered why she said it so much. Now I miss that more than anything. I am proud to have been a part of her life.

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