A Memorial Website has been established where friends and family may leave memories and upload photos. http://memorialwebsites.legacy.com/BobNunley/Homepage.aspx
A Musical Celebration of Life for Robert “Bob” E. Nunley, 85, McLouth, KS will be held at the Nunley Farm on Easter Sunday afternoon, April 16, 2017. More information will follow on the Memorial website as the time nears.
Mr. Nunley was born March 10, 1931 in Red Jacket, West Virginia, the son of Corbet Lee and Luella (Hagy) Nunley.
He enjoyed ballads, playing the classical and folk guitar, folk singing, horses, traveling, and teaching.
Bob graduated from Logan High School in Logan, West Virginia in 1948. He attended Marshal University in Huntington, West Virginia where he received his B.S. in Marketing with minors in Spanish and Economics and Latin American area studies in 1952. He also received his M.S. in Geography with a minor in Political Science. In 1958 he received his Ph.D. in Geography with a minor in Economics from the University of Michigan.
He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Association of American Geographers, National Council for Geographic Education, Population Association of America, Regional Science Association, Midwest Council of the Association for Latin American Studies, Latin American Studies Association, Interamerican Planning Society, American Association of University Professors, International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM), Center for Environmental Energy Medicine Studies (CEEMS), and I-Med group of Ken Wilber’s Integral Institute.
Bob was a Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography, University of Kansas and Professor and Dean Emeritus of Faculty, Holos University Graduate Seminary, Dean Emeritus, Energy Medicine College, Greenwich University.
Bob is survived by his wife, Ann Pierce Nunley; four grown children and their spouses and partners, John and Monica, Bert and Elane, Lou and Jim, Pierce and Amie; six grandchildren, Lindy, Sean, Rob, Elizabeth, Sarah, and Jasmine; and two great grandchildren: Kaila and Kaelin.
Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Holos University Graduate Seminary please refer to the memorial website: http://memorialwebsites.legacy.com/BobNunley/Homepage.aspx.