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Judith “Bunni” Frances Sherman, born July 22, 1963, of Palm Bay, Florida, passed away suddenly on November 3, 2018.
Left to honor her are her adoring husband of 30 years, Thomas Sherman; her loving daughter, Alyssa Brundage; her caring brother, Peter “Butch” Burke, III; her amazing grandchildren, Mackenzie, Thomas, and Oliver; her Mother-in-Law, Virginia Sherman; and predeceased by her grandmother, Frances “Me-Me” Phelps.
Bunni lived an extraordinary life, spending the best 30 years with the man she loved with all of her heart. She went on many trips around the country, seeing places she thought she would only dream of. Her positivity in everything was something to behold.
Bunni was an amazing woman who loved nothing more than to travel with her husband in their RV all over the country, and sometimes just sit with him in it, in their backyard. She enjoyed watching old home movies with him to remember their years together, and watching old shows like “The Honeymooners” for a good laugh together.
She was a devoted mother who called her daughter every day to talk about her day, help her with whatever she needed, or just be an ear for her. Bunni encouraged her daughter to be the best and look for greatness in everything that she did, and was proud of her in every sense.
Bunni’s grandchildren meant the world to her, she was an integral part of their lives from the birth of each one of them. She loved to have them over to play and spend time with them, and was excited to see them every opportunity she had. She went out of her way to make sure they knew how much they were loved.
Her brother was her pride, she encouraged him in every way and loved him unconditionally. She was so proud of him for getting his diploma after so many years, and was excited to see it happen, cheering him on during the ceremony.
Bunni was the type of friend people dream of having, going out of her way to be there when they needed her, and making time to take them to lunch, or just talk on the phone when they needed or wanted to. She was a trustworthy confidant and was loyal to all who knew and loved her.
She loved with every ounce of her being, and will be missed by so many.
May she Rest In Peace with her Grandmother, Me-Me, at her side.
A Celebration of Life will be held in the near future for those who loved her to share in her memories.