Calling Hours:
Friday, February 16, 2024, 10:30am-12:00pm
The Gathering Space of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
85 N. High St., Greenville, PA

Mass of Christian Burial:
Friday, February 16, 2024, 12:00pm
St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
85 N. High St., Greenville, PA
Father Brandon Kleckner, Pastor, as celebrant

Burial will be in St. Michael Cemetery

Ann Marie Bunton, age 102, of Greenville, passed away Saturday morning, February 10, 2024 in St. Paul’s Senior Living Community after a two week stay of an extended illness. She was born on September 5, 1921 in Montepagano, Italy to Luigi and Maria (D’Ambrosio) Langiotti. She and her family immigrated to the United States in December 1921 when she was 3 months old and settled in Hartstown, Pa. Her family moved to Greenville in 1924.

Ann graduated from St. Michael High School in 1939, and was the oldest surviving member of the school. She married Joseph Charles Bunton on February 26, 1946. He passed away on January 13, 1975. Ann was a lifetime member of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Greenville. She enjoyed scrabble, crossword and jigsaw puzzles, playing bingo and various card games, Anderson bus trips, going to the casino, scratch off lottery tickets, flower gardening, yard work and spending time with her family. She also liked to travel. She celebrated her 97th birthday in Anchorage, Alaska while visiting her grandson.

She is survived by four children, Don Bunton (Maria), Mount Vernon, OH, Richard Bunton, Redmond, WA, Joyce Allen (Mike), Greenville, and Nancy Schoenfeld (Steve), Canfield, OH, two brothers, Alphonse Langiotti and Paul Langiotti, Greenville, and a sister, Sister Edith Langiotti, R.S.M., Erie, PA, six grandchildren, Bryan Bunton (Jen), Des Moines, IA, Lisa Boucher (Aaron), Medina, OH, Michael Allen, Greenville, Jeffrey Allen, San Diego, CA, Steven Schoenfeld, Jr. (Brittany), Canfield, OH, and Natalie Molnar (Taylon), Colorado Springs, CO, five great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, Larry Bunton, two brothers and their wives, Joseph Langiotti (Stella) and William Langiotti (Shirley), her sister, Theresa Langiotti, and a sister-in-law, Norma Langiotti.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School Endowment Fund, 85 N. High St., Greenville, PA 16125 or to Sisters of Mercy of The America’s Advancement Office, 625 Abbott Rd., Buffalo, NY 14220. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.



  1. Mary Ellen Bayuk Mary Ellen Bayuk
    February 11, 2024    

    Such a wonderful woman! She certainly was an excellent role model for everyone around her and especially for women on how to live a fulfilling life. I was extremely fond of her and I offer her family my condolences.

    Mary Ellen Bayuk

  2. Sarah Baskin Widerstedt Sarah Baskin Widerstedt
    February 11, 2024    

    What a lovely life, led by such a kind woman. Rest in peace, great-aunt Annie. Sending loving prayers from Sweden to the whole family. xoxo Sarah, Björn, Olivia & Mia

  3. Jeri Saal Jeri Saal
    February 11, 2024    

    Rest in Eternal Peace, sweet Ann.

  4. Ruth DiDonato Maggs Ruth DiDonato Maggs
    February 11, 2024    

    Joyce and family, what a beautiful woman. I always enjoyed when I saw you with her in church. What a wonderful lifetime of memories you have. May God continue to bless your family with peace and beautiful memories. My deepest sympathies.

    Ruth DiDonato Maggs

  5. Diana Strosser Miller Diana Strosser Miller
    February 12, 2024    

    My sincere sympathy to Ann’s friends and family. She graced your lives for 102 years! What a glorious gift! Your many memories will always make you smile.

  6. Jill Graham Jill Graham
    February 12, 2024    

    Sooooooo many memories of fun times working with Ann at the News Depot. I always admired how strong she was back then and through the years she just kept on going like the energizer bunnyl Amazing long life she had! Sweet, kind, funny and we could even get into political discussions that we didn’t see eye to eye on. You all must have so many woderful memories that will hopefully give you peace during this diffiult time. It will be an adjustment for sure. So glad to had her friendship as a part of my life. Rest in peace Ann. May God bless all the family and confort each and every one of you!

  7. Janie and Bruce Turcic Janie and Bruce Turcic
    February 12, 2024    

    To Joyce and family, our condolences at the loss of your mom. You took such good care of her! I remember seeing you with her at the bank, on her front porch, and bringing her to church every week. So many memories for you to cherish. We are out of the country right now so won’t be able to be at the funeral. Take care.

  8. Terry and Deb Mariacher Terry and Deb Mariacher
    February 13, 2024    

    Mrs. Bunton’s wonderful family ,
    sympathy and prayers in the passing of Ann. We hope those wonderful memories spanning generations give you comfort and peace. Such a blessing for you, Don, Maria, and family, to have her in your children’s and Their Peepsters’ lives. Peace and love, Deb and Terry Mariacher

  9. Rebekah Ober Rebekah Ober
    February 13, 2024    

    I first met Ann (introduced to me as “Nunny”) when I was living in Alaska and she came to visit her grandson – a friend of mine. I was immediately drawn to her warm and kind spirit and feisty personality. Each subsequent encounter was just as lovely. I was amazed at how independent, strong and loving she was. Her family cherished her greatly and the love they shared was infectious. I will miss her and will be thinking of you all (Joyce, Mike, Jeffrey, & Michael) as you mourn the loss of such a wonderful woman. Sending you all so much love and prayers for comfort <3

  10. Linda Bradigan Linda Bradigan
    February 15, 2024    

    To my cousins and families – we have lost a very loving part of our family with Ann’s passing. But, oh, what she has left for us! Always in our hearts we will feel her warmth, gentleness, and the feeling that she truly cared for each of us. RIP, sweet Ann.
    Linda Loreno Bradigan

  11. Phyllis Gerber Phyllis Gerber
    February 16, 2024    

    Sincere sympathy for your family

  12. Robert D Woodley Robert D Woodley
    February 29, 2024    

    I’m greatly saddened to learn of Ann’s passing as I was hospitalized at the same time. She was a most gracious lady to invite me into her home on many occasions as a good friend of her late son, Larry, when we were schoolmates (1955-58) at St. Michael’s; and many years later when I visited her to relive those memories after I returned to make Greenville my home with my own family. Larry and I were fierce competitors against each other whether in Little League baseball, duck pin bowling at the Elks Club lanes, or just matching ping pong skill at the Recreation Center. I gave Ann a copy of my two novels. She thanked me and later gave me “rave reviews”. In turn, she gave me a photo taken on Easter Sunday, 1958, of me, Larry and Don. She commented, “We always wondered what happened to you.” I’m glad I returned to thank her for it.
    May God grant her the abundant joy that she gave to me and others who passed through her life.

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