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Mark A. Bunt, 38

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mark Anthony Bunt, 38, of North Adams, Mass., died on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, at his home. 

He was born in Cold Spring, N.Y., on June 30, 1980 a son of Estella Bunt. He attended a local school, and went on to work at Wal-Mart as a stocker. 

Survivors include his son, Anthony Bunt of North Adams; his mother, Estella Bunt of North Adams; as well as three brothers, Patrick, Joseph and Christopher Bunt all of North Adams.

Funeral notice: A celebration of Mark’s life will be held at a later date.


Obituary Provided By: Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals

Recollections & Sympathy For the Family
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Gone too soon!Ant is a wonderful boy to be proud of!!
from: Paula on: 07-15-2018

I've known Mark since I was 5 years old his mom used to babysit me. I've known him for over 30 years he was one of my best and sweetest friends. I spoke with him the night before I'm in so much shock. Mark you will be missed so much
from: Casey Conklinon: 07-14-2018

My sincerest condolences. Mark was one of my very best friends and will never be forgotten. My heart is shattered at this tragic news. R.i.p. Mark.
from: on: 07-11-2018

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