Vicki Frazier Bunkley

Born: Thu., Dec. 19, 1957
Died: Fri., Feb. 19, 2010

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Bunkley, Vicki Frazier, born December 19, 1957, went home to be with the Lord on February 19, 2010. For thirty-five years, she was a loving minister’s wife, mother, and for many years, a gifted teacher in the Hillsborough County Public School System where she favorably impacted the lives of the students she so loved, a calling she believed to be spiritually inspired.
An elementary school teacher, she held a Master’s Degree and achieved the high recognition of a National Board Certified Teacher.
She is preceded in death by her father, Ronald Frazier and her beloved niece, Danielle Nicole Suggs. Vicki is survived by her husband, Rev. Roger Bunkley, three children, Rocky, Ryan and Kelly Bunkley, and four grandchildren, Rachel, Kiersten, Keira and Rocky Bunkley, III. She is also survived by her mother, Norma Goolsby Frazier; brother, Guy Frazier; sister, Rhonda Frazier Suggs; nephew, Danny Suggs; three great nieces, Katelyn and Leah Suggs and Jordan Burnham; one great-nephew, Cody Suggs. Vicki is also survived by her grandmother, Alva Goolsby May and many other family members whom she dearly loved.
The funeral service will be conducted on Monday, February 22, 2010 at 2:00 pm at Serenity Meadows Funeral Home, with a gathering one hour prior.
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Charles and Linda Lennard
   Posted Sat February 20, 2010
Roger, Rocky, Ryan and Kelly,
Our hearts go out to you all and the entire family. We remember the early years of our ministry and how much Vicki meant to us. We are so sorry for your pain at this loss but we know that Vicki is in heaven and is having a glorious reunion with so many of her family. Her radiance and beauty here on earth is nothing compared to what she has with her heavenly Father now. Our hope and faith is that we shall all meet again.......what a reunion that will be. Love and comfort to you all.

Ann Salmon Kelly
   Posted Sat February 20, 2010
Roger, you may not remember me but all of us went to school together. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know you and your entire family is in our prayers. Bless you.

Randy Garrett
   Posted Sun February 21, 2010

I don't know if you remember me, it's been a long time since high school. I just wanted to pass on to you my deepest sympathy on your wife's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless

Sherri (Moon) Kerman
   Posted Sun February 21, 2010

Time since our days at East Bay High have flown by, but the friends are never forgotten! Reading about the richness of Vicki's life brought a smile to my face, just as she must have to so many through her God-given gift of teaching and partnership with you in your shared ministry.

Debbie and Mike McGowan
   Posted Mon February 22, 2010
Dear Brother Rodger and family,
I just want you to know our hearts are just broken for the loss of your Wife, Rocky, Ryan, and Kelly's sweet mother, and my true friend. I have sat for years and remembered how Vicki And you came to our house on Orange Grove Terr. and lead Michael to the Lord. How Vicki came and picked me up from my house and took me to Tropical Acres to knock on doors and invite people to church and wittness to them sitting on a strangers couch. I was scared to death, but Vicki told me not to worry and she did all the talking. I'll never forget the love she had for her Children and mine. How she gave cory his first Christmas ornament, and you just happen to be the one that was with Cory and Rocky, when Cory caught his first big bass out of her Grandparents Pond, The Goolsby Pond. Vicki was as proud as we were that there was a fish that big in that fishing hole, and Cory was the one to catch it. I'll never forget the meals that she cooked for us after church on Sunday nights. I loved her G.Bean soup/ ham. She treated me like her sister. I was always so amazed how well organized Vicki was when I baby sat for Ryan and Kelly so she could go back to school and finish her degee in teaching. She brought them over so early in the morn. They were so well dressed , and and kept so clean, their hair was combed neatly. Vicki loved her babies so much. Vicki picked myself and my two youngest babies Sherrie And Christy up on Thursdays after her classes and paid for our lunch at Grandies in Brandon. She planed my first baby shower, that meant so mush to me. Then we planned her shower for her first born, Rocky, and I missed it because I delivered Cory on the day of her shower. She sent You and Joe to the hospital during the shower to visit me and our new baby. She always had a concern for other andTHEIR SALVATION. What I remember the most about Vicki is how she never had anything bad to say about anyone. If she ever talked about friends it was always something positive and sweet. Me and my family have a special place in our heart for your family. Oh yes, remember when my dad took you and Michael out in his boat and you pulled in a shark, Well that was a day that Vicki and I went shoping and bought matching blazers and then would not wear them to church for the fear that we would wear them on the same Sunday and get laughed at. So we planned when we would wear them. lol. I'm going to miss my friend and neighbor of many years. We will be praying for your family, and look forward to seeing Vicki soon with our father.

Love the McGowan Family


Judy Deming
   Posted Mon February 22, 2010
Roger & Family,
My heart and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. I have known Vicky since she was a little girl. I ways always at Rhondas house growing up and she was there with us what ever we were doing. She was always such a kind person,. She never had an unkind word to say about anyone. She was the rock Rhonda needed when Nicki passed away. She is with her lord now and I know this will bring you and your family comfort in the days to come.

May god be with you,

Judy Deming

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