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Edgar C. Bundy II

Edgar C. Bundy II was born in Stamford, Connecticut on November 1, 1915.  He attended Wheaton College in the late-1930s and wrote for the Record newspaper, earning a BA in the class of 1938. He later served in the Flying Tigers during World War II in the China-Burma-India theatre, receiving the Bronze Star medal from Major General Claire Chennault. He was an intelligence officer for the Alaskan Air Command after the war. He was an ordained Baptist minister and formed a non-profit organization in Wheaton to fund his world travels preaching against Communism. He was married to his wife, Lela Mae and died February 10, 2008 at age 92. He was buried at Creveling Cemetery in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.