Charlotte Ann Dunn

November 6, 1964January 17, 2019

Charlotte Ann Dunn, 54, passed from this life Thursday morning, January 17, 2019, at her home in Burnet.

She was born November 6, 1964, in Tulia, Texas to Alford and Mildred (Milley) Cook. As a Graduate of Tulia High, Class of 1983, she went on to many endeavors including secretarial and correctional work.

A long time Burnet resident, she was known as “Momma Dunn” to many because of her loving nature and kind spirit. She loved visiting with friends, family, or anyone that needed to lend her ear. She also enjoyed crocheting, doing crafts, and watching her shows. Above all, she loved being with her Grandchildren.

Charlotte was preceded in Death by her parents, Alford and Mildred Cook; and Granddaughter, Makynli Simons.

Charlotte is survived by her son, Dustin Dunn and wife Laurie of Granite Shoals; daughter, Cristi Simons and husband Jonny of Burnet; Grandchildren, Christopher Martinez, Peyton Dunn, Kynzi and Eli Simons. Also surviving are brothers Danny and Podie Cook.

Celebration of life will be held at 1611 Hamilton St. Burnet, TX 78611 on January 26th from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. with Balloon release at 5p.m. Pot luck dinner.

Condolences may be offered to


  • Dustin Dunn, Son
  • Cristi Simons, Daughter
  • Christopher Martinez, Grandchild
  • Peyton Dunn, Grandchild
  • Kynzi Simons, Grandchild
  • Eli Simons, Grandchild
  • Danny Cook, Brother
  • Podie Cook, Brother


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 26, 2019

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Tammy Helm

January 25, 2019

I still can't believe you're gone. You weren't just a wonderful friend but you were family. I truly enjoyed your friendship. All the late night conversation about our kiddos and life in general when you were living with us. Fun times at work years ago. I love you & am going to miss you so my dear sister. RIP.

LaQuita Gardner

January 23, 2019

I remeber so many times we spent together. The sleepovers, crazy teenage things we did. The secrets we shared, and the plans we made. I remember your kids as babies, sitting at the table playing cards and laughing till we cried. Charlotte, you were a great friend, sister. You will be greatly missed. I know one day, when we reach those beautiful gates of Heaven you will be there. We will pick up right where we left off.
To the family , my prayers are with you all at this time. Charlotte is now an angel watching over you all.

Jason Wolsey

January 21, 2019

I will never forget you Momma Dunn. You were more than just a friend to me. Over the numerous years of having you in my life, you became my adopted Momma!! You were such a great friend, roommate and person in general. I'll never forget the many many breakfast's and dinners you cooked for me! I still remember my last birthday dinner you slaved over the stove making me before I went to work, it was Fried Chicken, Homemade Fried Taters w/onions, Biscuits, Homemade gravy, green beans and fried Okra. Then for dessert you made me a homemade Bananna Pudding. Then there were the fun wild nights at Pardners. You may be gone but you will never be forgotten! RIP Momma I love and miss you tremendously!

Sheila Drake

January 21, 2019

She was one of my best friends in junior high school. I loved her very much and enjoyed the times I would run into her at the stores around the area. I am so sorry for your loss. You and yours are in my prayers and remember she will always be remembered for being the kind and loving person I remember her to be. She will be missed.

Heather Jones

January 21, 2019

I will miss Momma Dunn more than anything in this world!! You were my bestie at work and all through life. I will keep you in my heart forever! I can see you now; rolling your eyes and going “Really??” I miss the expressions you made when things went wrong! Your laugh was contagious and your nails were always done so perfectly. Our shopping trips and lunch breaks; when work would make us crazy and helping me with Ryley! I ❤️ You Momma Dunn and can’t wait to see you again one day!