Bunny served as a WAF medic from 1963 to 1965. She was one of the only nine women who completed the medical service specialist flight she enlisted in.
Life dictated she become a mother and a military wife and she was stationed all over the world with her husband. Bunny never stopped serving her fellow man as she worked in both Law Enforcement/Corrections and Healthcare in her civilian life.
Ultimately she became the caregiver for her husband when he languished and died of A.R.D.S. (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). Now she relentlessly works to educate others about the early detection of A.R.D.S. in an effort to save the lives she can.