OBITUARY

Juanita V. Dunn

27 March, 19344 June, 2021

Juanita Dunn, 87 of Phoenix, Arizona, peacefully passed away with her family by her side on June 4th, 2021. She was born on March 27th, 1934 and raised in the Marysburg district of Saskatchewan, Canada. Juanita was a much-loved Mom, Grandma, Gigi, Aunt and friend to many. She is survived by her son Tim Dunn, her daughter Kelly and husband Michael Morphy, her grandsons Erik Haynes, Kurtis Haynes and his wife Sarah, Ryan Morphy, Christopher Morphy, her great granddaughters Jenna and Laurel Haynes, and her beloved dog and cat. She was preceded in death by her husband Bob Dunn, her parents Ludwig and Maria(Storch) Brons, and her siblings Frank, Fred, Edgar, Helen, Dave and August. Juanita will be remembered most by the way she loved her family, her love of animals and in her unyielding care for her neighbors and friends. She was always there for us and we will especially miss her sense of humor and strength in living life. A scripture memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, July 1st, 2021, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Community Church 10815 N. 84th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85260. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for contributions to be made in her name to an animal shelter/rescue of your choice, or to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Services entrusted to Shadow Mountain Mortuary, Phoenix, AZ.

  • FAMILY

  • Kelly Morphy, Daughter
  • Timothy Dunn, Son

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, 1 July , 2021

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Lillian Roland

17 June 2021

Tim and Kelly, What amazing parents you both had. Mom and Dad
have made such an impression on us too! I carry such memories
of them along with my parents who taught us how to live, love and laugh. Know that the Dezmanians will always love you and have
a special place in our hearts for you both, and Mom & Dad!
Love, Lillian Dezmanian Roland

Peggy Roberts

15 June 2021

I didn’t know Juanita long, but I sensed that it didn’t take long to know what kind of person she was.
She was considerate of her community, open to listen to a problem and compassionate to those who were going through a tough time. She wasn’t in it for the kudos, she was just kind for kindness sake.
During our brief encounters, I also suspected a great sense of humor and wish that I had known her longer.
I pray she rests in peace and know that she leaves a hole in our little Roundhill community.

Vivian Stanley

15 June 2021

9252 Carter, AP, just two doors down from 9236. Lots of love and family fun happened at those two addresses. Memories were made on a daily basis by Juanita, Bob, Tim and Kelly Dunn. The Dezmanian family was truly blessed to have had such wonderful loving neighbors as the Dunn family. Juanita was filled with love and compassion for the Dez family. For me, she was like a second mother. She would take me along on trips with her family { the mall, Cedar Pointe, and even the Ozark Mountains!} just to name a few. Giving my mother a much needed break. Juanita was like that, she saw a need and she swooped in to help wherever she could. The memories are endless as is the love the Dez family has for the Dunn family. So, here’s to all the pool parties and shish ka bob dinners! Juanita, Bob, Rose and Bill are reunited in heaven.

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