Funeral Held For DeWayne Bunch

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Updated: 7/15/2012 11:11 pm
The funeral for former representative DeWayne Bunch was held in Williamsburg Sunday.

Family, friends, and members of the community all showed up to pay their respects.

A procession led by motorcycles and emergency vehicles made its way from the Croley Funeral Home to the cemetery to lay the Whitley County High School teacher to rest.

A military funeral was held due to Bunch's being in the National Guard.

DeWayne Bunch died due to complications from injuries he received in 2011.

He was 50.
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