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Irving Rundle
  • September 04, 1948
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  • December 25, 2021

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 Irving Peter Rundle

Age 73 passed away in Fort Myers, Florida on Saturday December 25, 2021.


Irving was born September 4, 1948 and lived most of his life in Monticello, New York where he married Damaris Ospina in 1974. They raised their sons Dennis and Deron there. 


A military man, he traveled the world and country. From Fort Wainwright, Alaska to Fort Myers Florida and everywhere in between. He served for his country in Vietnam, for just under a year. After returning home he later joined the Army where he was a helicopter mechanic. This would later bring him back to the States and Monticello to become a car mechanic, then a Correctional Officer for the Sullivan County, NY Sheriff’s department. He worked there until his retirement in 2013. He also was a volunteer with the American Red Cross, Greater New York. Later in his retirement he decided to move down to Haines City, Florida to be closer and spend more time with his brother, Richard. He later moved to Fort Myers, Florida.


Irving is survived by his wife of 46 years, Damaris Rundle, Fort Myers and his 2 sons; Dennis Rundle and his wife Dina Rundle of Monticello, New York and Deron Rundle and his partner Taitum Alongi of Fort Myers, Florida. His brother Richard Rundle and his wife Randal Jimenez of Haines City, Florida.


He has 8 Grandchildren; Kaycee, Jacob, Garret, Drew, Autumn, Amanda, Skye and Amber. They gave him many Great Grandchildren and happiness. 


He is predeceased by his father Lester Rundle; mother Sue Pugh Rundle; Brothers and Sisters, Shirley, Lester, Elaine and Alfred. 


Memorial services have not yet been planned.




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  1. Richard Rundle says:
    01 Mar 2022
    I considered Irving my baby brother since I was 6 years older than him. We had a lot
    in common. Both service the military, I was in the Army and spent 13 months in Korea.
    I spent most of my work life in the Automotive Repair Business both in Monticello and in Florida.
    We enjoyed our fun times on the golf course once he moved to Florida. He will be truly missed.

  2. Taitum lit a candle:
    10 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 10, 2022 at 1:27:30 PM

  3. John Bell says:
    10 Jan 2022
    Rest Peacefully Irving, You were a good man and a great friend it was a honor to work along side you at SCJ , You will be missed. May prayer's to the family

  4. Cheryl Rue says:
    10 Jan 2022
    Irv was a great guy whom I knew for many years. I worked with him at the jail and worked out at the same gym along with knowing him from his sons from when we were young. We always enjoyed talking with him and hearing his stories. My husband loved to hear his military stories while at the gym. May he Rest In Peace. Prayers to his wife Damaris, Dennis, Deron and all of his family.

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