Michael Dean Dunn
January 2, 1954 – April 3, 2019
Michael Dean Dunn, 65, of Gadsden, Alabama was born on January 2, 1954 and passed away on April 3, 2019.
He was a lifelong resident of Etowah County. He worked at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company until he medically retired after 22 years of service. Michael was fun loving, full of personality, and was always known as the “Life of the Party”.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents Carl and Louise Dunn; chosen grandparents Carl “Uncle Red” and Juanita (Auntie) Harwood; and father James “Bill” Dunn. He is survived by his mother Ramona Dunn; longtime companion Barbara Wilburn Dunn; children Lindsey (Trey) Shelnutt, Dean Dunn, Raven (Matthew) Powell; stepson Lee Kelton; grandchildren Kaleb, Madison, and Connor Dunn, Briley and Drake Powell, and DeiAnna and Gavin Shelnutt; brother Darrell (Toni) Dunn; sister Jenna Dunn; niece Candi Dunn; nephew Darrell Z. Dunn and lifelong friends Dale Wade and Kenny Wilson.
There will be no funeral or memorial service per wishes of the deceased and the family requests no flowers. Condolences to the family may be sent to 1656 Summit Dr. Gadsden, AL 35901.
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Michael Dean Dunn
April 7, 2019
Who else is going to call me in the middle of the night just to annoy me for no reason? I enjoyed our midnight conversations about your conspiracy theories and we would laugh at so many things. Barbara is my close friend but you were a close friend too and I will miss you so much. P.
April 4, 2019
He’d call & talk for hours. We’d put it on speaker phone & just listen while he told us a loooooonnnnnnnnggggggg story.
He’d leave messages hollering where y’all at! Pick up that phone. I know y’all are there & say all kind of funny , hysterical things. He’d scream out my husbands whole name, saying where you at ____ where you at _______!!!! If I ever felt bad he was always sympathetic & he always told me he’d pray for me. He’d do anything in the world for us. We’ll sure sure miss him. He was a faithful friend.