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Gerald Bunting, 89

 

Gerald William Bunting, 89 of North Adams died Saturday June 5, 2021 at home. He was born in North Adams on June 18, 1931 a son of Thomas and Louise (McLain) Bunting. He attended schools in North Adams and was a decorated veteran of the United States Air Force during the Korean conflict. Gerald was employed as a manager of the Quality Control Lab at Sprague Electric for 35 years. He was a member of the Northern Berkshire YMCA and the North Adams VFW. He enjoyed golfing at the Stamford Vermont Country Club.

Survivors include his wife Dianne (Lebert) Bunting, three stepchildren Toney Lee (Melissa) of West Sand Lake, NY , Gerald Lee, Michael Gaudette and two step grandchildren Jadyn and Jared Lee. He also leaves his brother Donald Bunting of Clarksburg and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by seven sisters Mabel Williams, Eleanor Carpenter, Edna Laliberte, Norma Rancatti, Majorie Foster, Eileen Bross and Roberta LiBardoni and a step daughter Andrea Gillooly.

Gerald Bunting will be buried in Southview Cemetery, North Adams, MA. There are no calling hours. The Flynn & Dagnoli Funeral Home, 74 Marshall St. North Adams, MA. are in charge of arrangements. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifunneralhomes.com.


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Sorry to hear of Gerry 's passing .Many years at Sprague's in the Test Equipment and Quality Lab departments . Good old days gone by . Rest in peace !
from: Jim Luczynskion: 06-14-2021

Gerry and I worked together in the Quality Lab to get the operations run faster and more accurately. His prior work in Test Equipment was most essential to the projects. He was great to work with, and his sense of humor made the work much more pleasant. A real contributor!
from: Mike Hutchinsonon: 06-11-2021

Don and family, we were saddened to hear of Gerry's passing. I have know him since I was in grammar school. Would see him walking with his wife all the time. May he rest in peace.
from: Steve and Leslie Lescarbeauon: 06-09-2021

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