Lyman Clarence Dunn
October 26, 1926 – August 5, 2018
Lyman Clarence Dunn “Pops” was born on October, 26, 1926 in Parkin, Arkansas. He left life on earth August 5, 2018. One of the few remaining members, of what is known as the greatest generation. He never had time to feel sorry for himself. Upon returning home from the “big” war, he found work in California, got married and raised a family. He was a charter member of first government employees union and chaired the first contract for the AFGE at Keyport Naval Torpedo Station, he eventually retired as a planner and estimator which he said was above his education level. He was a past master of the Masonic Lodge in Poulsbo, Washington but continued on his membership throughout his lifetime. He was a great father, grandfather, brother, husband and friend to many. Lyman was devoted to his family and was married to his first love, Georgia, for 45 years until her death. Later in life he found love again with Mary Lou for 15 years until her passing. He loved to dance to music played by Steve Crossley and other country singers. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Georgie B. Dunn and second wife, Mary Lou Dunn, son, William L. Dunn, brother, Roy E. Dunn, brother, Clifton W. Dunn, Sister, Evelyn Cole and sister Myra Waldron, his mother, Emmaline and father Clifton. He is survived by his son, David Dunn along with his family, Melissa Stringer, Brayden, Ashton and Elissa Stringer, grandsons, Daniel Munoz and David A. Dunn, a great grandson, Grayson Dunn and his sister Betty Goad as well as a host of nieces, nephews and many many friends. Pops was very loved by everyone that was blessed to know him and he loved everyone back with a huge compassionate heart. A celebration of life will be held at Margarita Island from 7pm – 10pm.
- Graveside Service Thursday, August 9, 2018
Lyman Clarence Dunn
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Brenda And Bob Burton
August 8, 2018
Pops was a very sweet gentleman. My husband and I had the pleasure of visiting with him when we'd be at Margarita Island. The world lost a GREAT person and Heaven gained a New Angel. RIP Pops.