Donald Hundley Obituary Madisonville KY, Donald Hundley Has Passed Away – Death Cause
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Donald Hundley Obituary, Death – It has been decided that Bryan Hundley Jr., Kyle Hundley, Wesley Bolinger, Chris Bolinger, Mike Taggart, and Billy Evans will carry the casket during the funeral service. Visitation will be held at the Hughart & Beard Funeral Home in Hopkinsville on Tuesday, beginning at 10:30 a.m. and continuing until 12:30 p.m. He was the son of the late Henry Earl Hundley and Gertrude Peterson Hundley, and he was born on January 4, 1928 in the city of West Allis in the state of Wisconsin. Before he was born, both of his parents had passed away.
After completing his service in the United States Navy during World War II, he attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison to acquire a degree in accounting and went on to become a certified public accountant. After completing his education, he began his professional life by working as a public accountant for Ernst & Ernst for the first four years of his career. In 1955, he accepted a position with the corporate division of Thomas Industries, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1963,
he was relocated to Sparta, Tennessee, and then in 1972, he was transferred to Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He worked for the company for a total of 33 years before taking his retirement in 1988 as the corporate Division Controller. He had been employed by the firm for the entirety of 33 years at that point. In addition to being a member of the Hopkinsville First United Methodist Church, he was also a past leader for both the cub scouts and the boy scouts at one point.
Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Beverly Roller Hundley, two sons; Bryan Hundley and his wife Betty of Baxter, TN and Bruce Hundley of Cookeville, TN, one daughter, Mrs. David (Susan) Bolinger, Pembroke, KY, one brother, Larry Hundley, Tampa, FL, eight grandchildren; Laura Walker, Bryan Hundley, Jr., Kyle Hundley, Carrie Taggart, Chrissy Sumbler, Wesley Bolinger, Christopher Boling and Ashley Evans and nine great-grandchildren.