Darrell Wilbert Bundrick, 57, of Canton passed away June 5, 2019, in Tyler. He was born June 21, 1961, in Sherman to Clarence Neal Bundrick and Corlene Barry. He grew up in Canton, graduating from Canton High School in 1979. He was married in 1980 and raised his family in Canton. Darrell was blessed with many grandchildren who he loved very much. Anyone who knew him knew that he had a work ethic like no other. He led by example and expected others to work just as hard. He made no apologies for being a tough boss because he took pride in his work. Under that toughness was a man that cared. He gave jobs and chances to people when others would not. After years of working in the metal fabrication business, he set out to build his own company. In 2000, he started Texas Gusher Incorporated and was quite successful. He could design and build anything out of metal. He was the designer and builder of many things including industrial air conditioning parts, deer feeders, truck toolboxes, and grandkids school projects. He was loved and respected by those who knew him. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Sandy Bundrick; parents, Neal and Corlene Bundrick; daughter, Jessica and Billy Blanton; daughter, JanLee Bowling; grandchildren, Dean, Gabe, Emerson, Delanee, Lillee and Aydin; and brother, Dwayne and Janet Bundrick. He is preceded in death by his brother, Daniel Bundrick; and sister, Debra Bundrick.