Name:   Frank Eugene Bundy Jr.

From:  The Joliet Evening Herald, Joliet, Illinois
Date:  Wednesday, October 9, 1940

 BUNDY - Frank E., age 65, died at his home in Na-Au-Say Township, Ill., Oct. 8, 1940.

Survived by his wife, Mrs. Millie Bundy; 1 son, Leon M., both of Na-Au-Say; 3 sisters, Minnie Latham of Sarnia, Ontario, Canada; Mrs. Jonas (May) Smith of Joliet; Mrs. Ernest (Sadie) Hossler of Lockport, Ill.; two brothers, Ellsworth and James of Plainfield. Also several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at the Plattville Methodist church, Thursday, at 2 P.M. Reverend Wesley McKelbey, officiating. Burial in Plattville cemetery.

From:  The Joliet Evening Herald, Joliet, Illinois
Date:  Saturday, October 12, 1940

Plattville - Frank E. Bundy was born September 3, 1974, in Na-au-say Township, Illinois, and was married November 10, 1897 to Miss Millie Moore. Into this home happy home came two children, Clifford, who preceded his father in death, and Leon, who wife his wife lives but a few doors from the home of his father.

Frank Bundy spent his entire life in the locality of his home. During the years he proved himself to be a true friend and good neighbor. The years endeared him to all who knew and had fellowship with him.

Mr. Bundy's health had impaired him for some time. He was stricken again on Friday, September 27. After a gallant effort, he passed from the mortal to the immortal on Tuesday last, just as the sun was beginning to sink in the west.

Mr. Bundy is survived by his wife, Mrs. Millie Bundy, his son, Leon, two bothers, Ellsworth and James, both of Plainfield, three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Latham of Sarnia Ontario, Mrs. Jonas Smith of Joliet, Mrs. Ernest Hossler of Lockport, nieces and nephews, and a multitude of friends.

Funeral services were held Thursday, October 10, at the Plattville Methodist church, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Wesley E. McKelvey. Two hymns were sung by O. A. Anderson, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Orville Blackman. Pall-bearers were Milton Baker, D. Grindle, Alfred Heap, Charles Heap, Mr. Finnestaid and Raymond Grindle.

Many relatives and friends were present to pay their last respects to this gentleman, coming form Chicago, Yorkville, Elmhurst, Joliet, Aurora, Morris and the surrounding towns and communities. Burial was in the family lot in the Plattville cemetery.