Marcy Wolpert Bunn

September 20, 1958October 9, 2021

CHAPIN - Marcy Wolpert Bunn, 63, passed away Saturday, October 9, 2021. Born in Marion, she was the daughter of the late Raphael and Lois Fox Wolpert. A graduate of Duke University and Washington University in St Louis School of Law, she was a member of the South Carolina Bar Association. She was a member of Beth Israel Congregation in Florence and loved being with her family and her dogs. She fought a valiant battle with Pancreatic Cancer for 18 months, beating her prognosis by 6 months.

Surviving are her husband of 33 years, Johnny Bunn; daughters, Pauly Bunn Dilworth (Evan) of Columbia, Brandy Bunn Little (Ben) of Mt. Pleasant, Jonna Bunn Dougherty (Brendan) of Myrtle Beach; son, Jay Bunn of Atlanta; grandchildren, Branton, Bevan, Cruz, Knox, Sullivan, Foster, Riley; and brother, Geoff Wolpert (Pat) of Tenn.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Temple Beth Israel Congregation in Florence, SC or to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, October 17, 2021 in Hebrew Benevolent Cemetery, 902 S Church St, Florence, SC. Dunbar Funeral Home, Dutch Fork Chapel, is assisting the family. Memories may be shared at


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Al Rosen

October 12, 2021

Marcy - you were one of the kindest most giving people ever - the love you showed your friends and family will always be remembered and we will never forget. You fought a valiant fight just to see another day with the family. Thank you for always being there for Jennifer. Much love always; Rest In Peace

Charles Smyth

October 12, 2021

Marcy loved shopping at Bed Bath and Beyond. When she'd come in she would brighten up my day. She'd tell me about her family and how proud she was of them. And how thankful they were healthy and moving forward with there life's. Always a smiling face. Butter and I will remember her happy spirit!! Thinking of your family .She is with God now. R.I.P

Suzanne Atkinson

October 11, 2021

I am so sorry to hear that Marcy has died. She and Johnny were our neighbors in Florence when Pauly was born. I was delighted to keep Pauly while Marcy became a full time attorney. Marcy was delightful and her smile was always so sweet. I know that all of you will miss her. I am praying for your comfort and peace as you mourn her loss. Blessings to all of you!

Elise Wolpert

October 11, 2021

What else to add about such an amazing person.... not only was she my favorite younger “older” cousin, but a huge part of my Rose Court Family. Her love of dogs brought us together more than “blood” ever could! The chats we had over our dogs and Marcy’s support always finding puppy people, to getting the Wolpert/Bunn family into my life.... I will miss you all the time!

Laura Dilworth

October 11, 2021

Dearest Marcy, I had so much looked forward to you moving to South Carolina so I could share you with my friends and have fun with our grandchildren together. I am so sad to miss this. I will share my happy memories of my too short time with you with those sweet boys as they grow up and I’ll love your children dearly.

Lisa Milone

October 11, 2021

Miss Marcy, you will be missed by so many. I wish these past two years had been so different and many of your friends could have spent more time with you. I'm sorry we never got to have that last lunch together at G Peppers... We will miss that smile, that sparkle in your eyes, and that buffalo chicken dip! I'm so glad you were able to make it home to South Carolina, and I know you can rest easy knowing you brought Johnny back to his family. Much love to Johnny, Pauly, and Jay.

Claire Clements

October 11, 2021

Marcy, a friend indeed! Loyal.
Caring. Loving. Good listener. Sweet. She put the sweet in everything. The care she would take to make a drink for you, or an appitizer, or a phone call. This just breaks my heart. They say death has no sting, well it has a sting for me. I hate to see such a wonderful person taken from life so young and while everything was so wonderful for her. Her new grand baby. Her new home. Even in death she made sure that Johnny was with his grand baby and their kids. Selfless. In death she couldnlt even think of herself. I loved the way she loved her kids. Participated in all the events connected with them. Joyfully. I loved the way she made me laugh at myself. For being stupid. I loved the way she took care of her parents as they aged. I loved the way she took care of her home. In stead of throwing something away, she would redo it. Who that knew her did not admire the hell out of her. I have regrets. I wish I had taken the time to love her the way she deserved. I can not get that moment back. But I can say that I am blessed to have known her. I pray that one day her new grandbaby knows how great his grand ma was. That aint right, that is the sting. She deserved to live longer and love more folks.

Linda Godez

October 11, 2021

Johnny, Polly & Jay,
We are so very sorry to hear of Marcy's passing. She was such a joy to be around & I sure enjoyed our conversations at the Silver Dollar. You are all in our prayers.
Jim, Linda & Tony Godez