Guest Book for Bunyan Evans Acree

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Wanda McCannon
Tue September 20, 2011
Dear Louise & Family, I am so sorry to hear about Mr. Acree. I know that he is happy now since he is with Ms. Sybil again. You all will be in my prayers!

Posted by: Claire Kelly Smith
Tue September 20, 2011
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Evans death but I know he is truly happy now that he is with his wife and dog...the 2 loves of his life. He was so good to my mama and Tom. He helped mama out so much while Tom was sick.

Posted by: Shirley K. Haynes
Tue September 20, 2011
Evans will be missed as a neighbor and as a friend. He was so helpful to me during Tom's illness as well as after his death. Thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Posted by: Tim and Marie Burden
Tue September 20, 2011
We were so sorry to hear about Mr. Acree. I always enjoyed talking to him. He never failed to speak no matter where he saw us. The last time I saw him was at Jackson's Barbeque. It was pouring down rain and he was worried about me getting wet and I was worried about him falling. Sure will miss seeing him around. We will keep you all in our prayers!!!

Tue September 20, 2011

Posted by: Melanie Burt
Wed September 21, 2011
With my deepest sympathy

Posted by: Tim & Alice Hardin
Wed September 21, 2011
Lou, Our thought and prayers are with you during this time.

Posted by: David Carroll Cronic
Wed September 21, 2011
My condolences to the family. Mr. Acree was a very influencial teacher during my schooling at Union Point (1958-1961).

Posted by: Ann Gabriel
Wed September 21, 2011
I am was so sorry to hear of Mr. Acree passing! He always had a smile and a kind word every time I saw him. You all are in my prayers. Ann McCannon Gabriel

Posted by: Reid and Deloris Mullins
Wed September 21, 2011
Dear family. We give you our sympathy and prayers. I did my practice teaching there in 1959. He was most supportive. He was a great friend and mentor. Best to all of you at this time. Our love, Reid and Deloris Mullins

Posted by: Diane N. Conger
Thu September 22, 2011
I enjoyed working with Evan. He was a very tough, hard working, and fair headmaster. He cared about his students and his teachers.

Posted by: Robin and Patsy Drane Haynes
Thu September 22, 2011
We are very sad to learn of his death. He will always be remembered as a very special person to us. We extend our deepest sympathy to each of you. "Bud" and Pat Haynes

Posted by: Kay Ransom
Thu September 22, 2011
I extend to you my deepest sympathies with the loss of your beloved uncle. I taught at Loganville High School when he was there . An able administrator and a very loving husband to Sybil.

Posted by: Melody Barrow Lunsford
Thu September 22, 2011
Prayer go out to the family

Posted by: valerie thompson
Thu September 22, 2011
May the family of Bunyan Acree find comfort in your loving memories, and in knowing that God is "near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves." (Psalm 34;18) He has promised to soon "swallow up death forever...and wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25;8) With deepest sympathy,

Posted by: Nora McConnell
Fri September 23, 2011
I am very sorry to hear of Mr. Acree's passing. I kept the scorebook for the basketball teams at Loganville during his time there and even though he and I had many different ideas I always knew that whatever he did, he did it because he did it for the good of the kids and not for himself or anyone else. That is a great educator.

Posted by: Donnie Harrison
Fri September 23, 2011
I would like to express my deepest sympathies to the friends and family of Mr. Evans Acree and let you all know that he will be truly missed. He was my neighbor and friend and the one thing you could always count on with Mr. Acree is that he told you exactly how he felt about something good, bad or otherwise. RIP

Posted by: brenda Lindsey
Tue September 27, 2011
Sophie Ogletree Drane

Posted by: Stacy & Sally Adams
Wed September 28, 2011
Mr. Acree was a good man and will be missed by many. Praying for your family.

Posted by: Helen Thompson McDevitt
Sat November 10, 2012
Mr. Acree was principal of Loganville High School in the 70's. He had a reputation for being very tough, but in retrospect, the times called for it. He was often referred to by the students as "The Warden." I will always remember my senior year when he permitted another female senior and me to take industrial arts. We were the first girls allowed to do so. I considered him to be a very reasonable man. RIP Mr. Acree.