I was born and raised in southern Indiana and received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Evansville in 1978. I received a master's degree in student development from Indiana State University in 1980.
After working for four years as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, I entered pastoral ministry with the Church of the Nazarene and received a bachelor's degree in philosophy and religion from Indiana Wesleyan university in 1986.
I pastored the Olive branch Church of the Nazarene in northeastern Indiana for four years and moved to Madison, SD, in 1989, becoming the pastor at the Madison Church of the Nazarene. I was the pastor at this church through May, 2006.
In 1993 I became a braillist at Chester High School. In 1997 I became a computer instructor at the South Dakota Rehabilitation Center for the Blind, a division of South Dakota Service to the Blind and Visually Impaired. I was employed as an instructor and team leader at the Rehabilitation Center until August, 2000, when I became Director of Student Development at Dakota State University. I currently serve as the Assistant Dean of Student Development at DSU, as well as the ADA Coordinator. In addition, I teach CSC-105 online for DSU.
I am married to Peggy and have four sons ages 25-32. I am a past President of the South Dakota Association of the Blind and a member of the American Council of the Blind. I also do training in assistive technology for the blind in my spare time on my own and with a company known as DakotaLink. I am the Director of Teaching for South Dakota with Fedora Outlier, and I also do training with elementary and high school students who are blind with a business called Tech Vision.
In addition, I am serving as the pastor at First Baptist Church here in Madison. You can find more information about my ministry by visiting the web site for Keith Bundy Ministries.
I am also a motivational speaker. Feel free to listen to an example of my motivational speaking.
Thanks for stopping by my world! If you need to contact me about student development, you may do so by calling 605-256-5121 or by sending email to