OBITUARY

Patrick Sheridan Dunn

11 December , 193328 January , 2019

Patrick Sheridan Dunn, 85, passed away Monday, January 28th, 2019.

He is survived by his sister Pauline, his three sons Brian, Shaun and Rory, three grandchildren Carmen, Rylan and Taylor, and his four great grandchildren Max, Koen, Rhys and Weston. He was loved and will be greatly missed.

After completing training as a Surveyor in 1953 he worked with the Federal Government on the Columbia River Treaty. (They worked on the location of the Mica Dam and the feasibility of diverting the Columbia River into the Fraser River to aid Canada’s negotiations with the Americans. See: historylink.org essay# 10461).

He joined the BC Ministry of Highways in 1956 and became a District Manager at the age of 29 in 1962. He was a lifelong champion of and builder of Provincial infrastructure, and his work with the BC Ministry of Highways took him to every corner of the Province. His last posting for the Ministry of Highways was as Manager of the Chilliwack Highways District which to his great delight, involved him in the construction of the Coquihalla Hwy project.

Throughout his career, Pat was also a stalwart Rotarian. One of the few to reach 50 years of membership, he was involved in Rotary clubs and their projects, where ever his work took him.

For his family, and his many cherished friends, colleagues and acquaintances, there will be a Memorial Tea Saturday, February 23rd from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at Woodlawn Mt. Cheam Funeral Home, 45865 Hocking Ave, Chilliwack, BC.

Services

23 February

Memorial Tea

1:00 pm

Woodlawn Mt. Cheam Funeral Home

45865 Hocking Ave
Chilliwack, BC V2P1B5

REMEMBERING

Patrick Sheridan Dunn

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Pat and Lynne Harkness

20 February 2019

My husband Pat and I moved to Chilliwack in December, 1990. Our next door neighbour was none other than Pat Dunn and as it turned out he and my husband knew each other. He was a great neighbour and friend. We were saddened to hear of his passing but remembered all the great times we had. Our condolences go out to his children, grandchildren and the rest of the family.

Pat and Lynne
(Henry Street, Chilliwack, BC)

Rochelle Hannon

20 February 2019

One of my fondest memories of Uncle Pat was having the honour of being a flower girl at his wedding. He made me feel so special, despite having only just met him! To this day, I do not eat peanut butter because he always told me, "It puts hair on your chest." In hindsight, I think that might have been on purpose so he wouldn't have to share. My sincere condolences to all of Pat's family and friends. My heartfelt thoughts are with you.

Alan Arnold

15 February 2019

To Brian, Shaun and Rory;
Of the times I met your dad, the thing I remember most about him is his smile. It always seemed to be there, as if waiting for some hilarious secret practical joke to come to fruition. It's something he passed on to the three of you, and when those who knew your father well see it, they will see him.
My condolences on your loss.
Alan Arnold,
Kelowna, B.C.

Cathy and Jim Nash

15 February 2019

We are deeply saddened to read of Pat’s passing!! Pat was such a warm, caring and wonderful man! While he was living at the Auburn, he was so kind and helpful to my mom, Jocelyn Allen. We loved his stories of the past. He was an extremely interesting gentleman. Our hearts go out to his family!!