Elmer "Curly" Gerber Bunfill

May 10, 1913 - Aug 12, 2021

Fair Oaks Cemetery
7780 Oliver Street
Fair Oaks, CA, 95628



  • Sue Nelson says:

    Love and admiration for my Grandpa Curly. He was a living legend with incredible stories like no other. I’m so thankful for my time spent with him and the family.
    Prayers for healing to my Dad Terry, Aunt Darla and so grateful for my niece Rachel.

  • Evaline & Tylor Truesdale and family says:

    We love ya uncle curly and we are overjoyed that you are well and happy walking the streets of gold watching over us all

  • Harriet Schott says:

    I will always remember Curly he was one of a kind. I didn’t see him very often only when I went to my sisters Robin’s house. I always had so much fun because of Curly and his stories and personality. May he have a wonderful time in heaven. With Love , Harriet

  • Mark S Allen says:

    I met Curley on his 100th birthday and we’ve been friends ever since.
    He began as a “story,” that I was assigned by our show producer, but quickly became more than that.
    I’ve interviewed every OSCAR winner of the last 25 years…none are as interesting or heroic as this legend.
    I’ll forever hear his voice in my head, if you ever see me laughing alone in my car…it’s likely Curley cracking wise.

  • Susan Maxwell Skinner says:

    Loved Curly Bunfill, an all-American hero who never took himself too seriously. Loved his smile, his charm, his silver belt buckles, stetsons and those killer red boots.
    Curly could charm the hubcaps off a Cadillac. No lady was safe from his smile! Go charm the angels, now, dear Curly!

  • Tina Loftin Smith says:

    Curly was one of my most favorite people in the world. He was the kindest, funniest man. Rest in paradise!

  • Konrad from Monterey. says:

    I will miss you forever. I was always waiting to see you again and again. God bless your soul.

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