July 27, 2016
Bundy served in the Army from 1942-1963, seeing combat in both World War II and the Korean War, and was active duty during Vietnam before retiring from Fort Hood as a Sergeant. Officials said he served honorably and would receive full military honors.KILLEEN - His family wouldn't claim him, but the military did.
On Monday, a local veteran who fought for our freedom through three wars, was laid to rest in Killeen.
While Walter Scott Bundy Junior's living family members didn't show up to his burial service at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery, many did to show support for the man they said was their 'brother' in every sense of the word.
"They have a home, they have a family," said Eric Brown, Deputy Director of the Texas State Veterans Cemeteries.
Many who attended the ceremony saluted Bundy, laid their hands on his urn, even gave money to the man they'd never met.
"No one is ever forgotten, they're lost but never forgotten," said Army Staff Sgt. Christopher DeRouen.
Dozens of soldiers, past and present, came to Killeen to honor one of their own who died without a family of his own.
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