John "Jack" Herold

Bundy, Jr.

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John "Jack" Herold Bundy, Jr.

Nov 20 1933 - Dec 16 2005

John "Jack" H. Bundy, age 72 of Frisco, Texas passed away on December 16, 2005 in Plano, Texas. He was born on November 20, 1933 in Manilla, Philippines to John Herold and Mary Lenore (Kenny) Bundy, Sr. Jack married Carolyn Reed on December 28, 2001 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Bundy, Frisco, TX; children, Catherine S. Bundy and partner, Jim Wilkins, Royse City, TX, John H. & Ronda Bundy III, Garland, TX, Jacqueline M. & John Martin, Frisco, TX; step-children, Clay S. Bundy, Farmersville, TX, Christie Snidow, Paris, France, Laurie Snidow, Cedar Hill, TX, Steven & Marie Snidow, Ruidoso, NM, Vicki & Carman Baciotti, E. Petersburg, PA, Erik Arnold, Plano, TX; fifteen grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sister, Lenore Silby, San Diego, CA and three nieces. Jack earned a Business Agriculture degree from the University of Kentucky where he played college football for the legendary Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. He owned an executive search firm in Dallas for the majority of his life, but his passion in life was coaching youth sports and particularly football. He was involved in many professional, community and civic organizations throughout his lifespan including The Exchange Club of Richardson, which supports many children and youth programs. He was co-founder of the Richardson Sports, Inc in 1960 and a charter member of the SVAA (Spring Valley Athletic Association) which was formed as an RSI spin-off. He was the original football commissioner and coached in the SVAA from 1970-1978. he also coached in Plano from 1979-1983 & 1986 and in Allen from 1986-1989. His coaching style was that of stressing fundamentals while teaching life lessons. he was an active ringside official for the annual Dallas Golden Glove Tournament for 30 years. He has been an avid Dallas Cowboy fan & ticket holdre, since the Cotton Bowl days. Jack is remembered as an active community member with an emphasis on coaching youth sports. He was a wonderful loving husband and father whose great sense of humor will be missed by all. Family visitation will be held on Wednesday, December 21, 2005 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Frisco from 6:30-8:30 PM with a recitation of the Rosary at 7PM. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2005 at St. Francis Catholic Church in Frisco with Msgr. Leon Duesman presiding. Interment will follow at Ridgeview West Memorial Park.
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