EVA FELDMAN Lee Feldman (nee Kuney), born April 24, 1934, in Hollywood, Calif., passed away May 24, 2015, in Las Vegas. Known as "Bunky" to co-stars, she began her film career at 18 months old in the "Our Gang" /"Little Rascals" comedies, and continued with films such as "The Wizard of Oz," "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," and "Penny Serenade." After appearing as a dancer in many films, she left Hollywood to dance on the stage. She landed in Las Vegas for a temporary gig at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, and never left. Appearing alongside many major entertainers of the time she met and married musician Arthur "Buddy" Grover in 1955. After retiring from dance, she began a second career drafting for the Clark County Transportation Department. She married Kenneth Feldman in 1972. Upon full retirement, alongside husband Ken, she lent her extraordinary knowledge, talent, and love of the stage to community theater, volunteering for a majority of the troupes in town. She is survived by her children, Brad (Liz) Grover and Andrea "Ann" (Jim) Glover; grandchildren, Jared (Christine) and Joshua (Meghann) Glover; great-grandchildren, Finnley and Jaelynn; and many friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests you make a donation to your favorite animal or performing arts organization. No services are scheduled.
Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal from Jun. 2 to Jun. 4, 2015.