5/26/1925 – 4/21/2013
My sister Jessie Bunn summed it up well:
“A life well lived. Negotiator of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School, Professor at Stanford, world traveler, mentor to many young people fighting the good fight for a world without nuclear weapons, and my father. Let’s remember him with love and funny stories.”
So, this is the place to do that remembering. We encourage anyone with a memory about George to post it here. If you’ve got a photo or a document you’d like to include, e-mail them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will post them. (Photos, information on the memorial service, and publications and related documents are available on the pages listed at the top.)
Here is the obituary from Stanford University.
Here is the obituary from the Washington Post.
Here is a nice “In Memoriam” piece by Roland Timerbaev in Arms Control Today.
Here is a Wikipedia page on George.
Here is a nice piece by Michael Krepon at ArmsControlWonk on “George Bunn: Norm Builder.”
Here is a set of video interviews with George on the origins of the NPT and its safeguards.
To offer a remembrance of your own, post a comment in the Guestbook at the bottom of this page.