After the U.S. entered the war, Westinghouse requested draft deferments for its most vital employees, including Mr. Mundy. His deferment was granted, and he continued to work there until 1950.
In 1951, he moved to Collingdale, where he built Mundy's Sporting Goods store in front of his home at 1008 MacDade Blvd. He sold hunting and fishing equipment, including guns and rifles, as well as bicycles and lawn mowers. The store, which Mr. Mundy sold in the late 1970s, is now Suburban Armory.
In 1954, Mr. Mundy began doing contract machining work, mostly for Westinghouse, in his store and the basement of his home. The business grew, and in 1968 he built the Mundy Machine Shop on MacDade Boulevard in Collingdale. His two sons still run the business.
"My father would come into the store in recent years and sit at a desk, and we would tell him what was going on," his son said. "He never officially retired."
Mr. Mundy was a fisherman and hunter. In his mid-50s, he and his wife took up snow skiing. For the next 20 years, they spent the winter in Aspen, Colo.
His wife died of cancer in 1987.
Surviving, in addition to his son, are another son, Gerald Bruce; two daughters, Beverly Hunter and Karen Flynn; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother; three sisters; and his companion, Natalia Volkova.
A visitation from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. Friday, Nov. 2, will be followed by an 11 a.m. funeral service, both at the O'Leary Funeral Home, 640 E. Springfield Rd., Springfield. Interment will follow in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Marple Township.
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