June 29, 1910 to October 21, 1992

Wilma Boyle Bunker, 82, died October 21, 1992 at her home in Salt Lake City,
She was born June 29, 1910 in Provo, Utah, a daughter of William H. and Minnie Alice 
Wright Boyle. She was a devoted mother to her three sons and her grandchildren and a 
loving and supportive wife to her husband, S. Bertell Bunker, whom she married June 30, 
1932; he died February 24, 1987. Whe was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-day Saints. Her many assignments included ward Relief Society president, ward 
and stake organist and chorister, and member of the Primary General Board.
She was an accomplished musican and writer and has published inspirational articles, 
children's songs, hymns, antherms, and vocal and piano solos. She wrote and performed 
numberous professional musical programs, was accompanist for many choral groups and 
soloists, and taught hundreds of public school music students and private piano studens 
over a career of 62 years.
She was a member of the National League of American Pen Women and served in several 
local, state and national offices, including a term as national president in 1961-62. 
She enjoyed her affiliation with the Alice Louise Reynolds Club, the Salt Lake Piano 
Club, the Alpha Dorian Fine Arts Club, the Utah Association of CPAs Auxilary.
She graduated from Brigham Young University and was recipient of the Distinguished 

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