Pecan trees, open space have special significance for Funderburk family
By Sherry Archie
Friday, October 29, 2010 at 5:00 am (Updated: October 29, 5:16 am)
Childhood memories mean a lot to David and Tammy Funderburk.
That concept is what the Funderburks focused on when landscaping their yard at 610 W. Shiloh Unity Road.
They are hoping that vision goes a long way in helping their children, Holly, 28, and Rod, 21, and grandchildren, Gunnar, Drake and Alyson, build some special memories, too.
They had no idea their efforts would get them recognized in the local community.
The Lancaster Council of Garden Clubs selected the Funderburks’ yard as Yard of the Month for October.
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