Sample Obituary 1 -- Norman Bundy, 80 Sample Obituary 2 -- Former Resident
Norman Bundy, 80, died June 1, 2001, at his home of natural causes. Howard Hall, 85
A service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Denver Methodist Church, 4612 Former Texas resident Howard M. Hall, 85, died Dec. 23, 2005, at his
S. Main Ave. Senior pastor John Caruthers will officiate. home in Houston, Texas.
Mr. Bundy was born August. 10, 1921, in Hood River, Ore., to William At his request, no service will be held.
and Mary Bundy. He graduated from high school and later served in
the Unites States Army. He moved to Boulder in 1968 and made Mr. Hall was born May. 30, 1920, in Sacramento, Calif., to Salvatore
Denver his home in 1973. In 1992, he retired from Denver Water and and Elle Hall. Howard could accomplish anything he set his mind to
Wastewater Utility. do. At a very early age, he built a wagon to push his little brother
around that was too little to walk.
He was a member of the Methodist church and enjoyed hunting,
camping, hiking and reading. His family wrote: "Norman loved fishing Mr. Hall served in the United State Air Force, during World War II as a
and hunting. He also enjoyed meeting and sharing life stories with radio operator. He spent 14 months in the South Pacific. In 1942, Mr.
everyone he met. He always told a good story and was a gentle Hall came to Texas with his wife, Sally. He worked many years for
man. He will be missed greatly by his family and everyone who knew Amtrak and for Exxon during the oil spill as their communications
Mr. Bundy is survived by his daughters, Cathy Stewart, Peggy Elliott Mr. Hall spent more than 50 years in Texas. He and his wife, Sally,
and Susan Turner; sons, James Bundy and Jason Bundy; son-in-law, built their vacation home in Galveston, Texas and enjoyed many
Gregory Stewart, Mike Elliott, Bill Turner; daughters-in-law, Darlene wonderful winters there together.
Bundy, and Mary Bundy; and 8 grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Sally; daughter, Jean Hall.
Arrangements are with Evergreen Memorial Chapel. Condolences may be sent to P.O. Box 1425, Houston, TX 98382.
Sample Obituary 3 -- Janet Snow, 44 Sample Obituary 4
John Andres, 62
Janet Snow, 44, died March 1, 2004, with her family by her side in
Enumclaw, Wash. John Franklin Adres, 62, of New York City, died April 5, 1994, at his
A memorial service was Wednesday at Greenwood Memorial Park in
Renton, Wash. Mr. Andres was born July 1, 1952, in Kaneohe, Hawaii, to Richard and
Emily (Holt) Andres.
She was born July 10, 1944, in Anchorage to Charles and Phoebe
Smith. Her father was a Doctor in the Yukon. Her mother came up from He attended Boone High School in Kosciusko, Miss. He continued his
Juneau as a Nurse. They moved to Washington in 1946. education at Holmes Community College in Holmes, Miss., graduating
in 1972 with an associate's degree in construction management
Janet spent summers at her grandparents in remote areas of the
wilderness. She graduated from Washington High School in 1978. He enjoyed football and playing Scrabble with his family. He enjoyed
She attended college at the University of Washington, where she met his family and attending Broadway shows in NYC.
and married Eugene Snow. After graduation, they returned to
Enumclaw. He is survived by his mother, Emily Andres of Long Island; brothers
and their spouses, Richard Jr. and Leah Andres, and Thomas and
She was an active member of the Brighton Presbyterian Church, Maggie Andres; several nephews; and special friend, Eva Gibson of
belonged to the Arboretum Foundation garden club and worked with Manhattan.
He was preceded in death by his father, Richard Andres.
Her interests included family, gardening, sewing and reading. She
devoted much of her time and energy as a caregiver to family Arrangements are with Cook Inlet Funeral Home.
members, including her mother until she passed away at age 70.
Mrs. Snow is survived by her sister, Virginia Coiro; brother, Carl Snow;
2 sons and their spouses, George and Eugene Snow, Jeff and Connie
Snow; and 13 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Sandra Snow.