Albert N. Bumpus
1947 ∼ 2020
Hailey of East Bridgewater, MA wrote:
I love you grampy. You were such a great man and loving soul. There was never a time I wasn’t full of love being around you. You taught me to be a strong woman in this mans world and to never give up. I always wanted to mow the lawn with you gramp, sit on your lap and just drive around the lawn. Thank you for being the best grandfather. I miss you
Bob Wisgirda of Millville, De wrote:
To Janet & family, Our condolences on your loss. I had the privilge & pleasure of knowing, working with (at Brockton Pharmacy, and partying with Al. My wife , Betty also knew Al from Sears when she worked there. Betty just reminded me of the crazy wonderful Halloween Party at your home, how many years ago. Again with great sadness, Bob & Betty Wisgirda
Kathy O’Brien of Walpole, MA wrote:
Janet, I am so sorry for your loss. I will never forget Al. He was my very first and favorite boss at Jack & Harry’s where I started the week I turned 16. He put up with my college friends coming into the store to visit me and acting rowdy. I remember in particular a fun New Years Eve party at your house. He was always so nice to me. I am sorry we didn’t stay more in touch over the years.
Lillyana Bumpus of Holden, Massachusetts wrote:
I love you Grampy. Thank you for being in my life the past 13 years. You were a kind soul and a very lighthearted person. I remember when you used to chase my down the hallway playing tag with me when I was five. Thank you for making me happy whenever I was over. You will forever be in my heart, always. I love you, and will forever miss you.
Katie Johnson of holden ma wrote:
I’m one of Lilly’s friends and I am so deeply sorry to hear about your loss. Lilly tells me so many story’s about him that make me smile. Me and my family are thinking of the bumpus’s and everyone effected by the lost of such a great person. <3
Tony Mastrangelo of Braintree, MA wrote:
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” ― John Muir To the Bumpus family, I'm sorry for your loss. I will carry happy memories of Al with me always. Joe, may you always see the face of your father in the clouds.
Amy Gagnon of East Bridgewater wrote:
I’m so very sorry for your loss.
Kendra topham of Midddleboro ma wrote:
So sorry to hear of your famalies loss. Our deepest condolences to all of you