OBITUARY

Luther H. Dunegan Jr.

August 15, 1938June 15, 2018
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Luther H. Dunegan was born on August 15, 1938 in Muskogee, Oklahoma and passed away on June 15, 2018 in Houston, Texas

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  • Visitation Thursday, June 21, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 21, 2018
  • Burial Thursday, June 21, 2018
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Luther H. Dunegan Jr.

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Lawrence and Kristi Witt

June 20, 2018

We have such fond memories of the two of you and our time at Westfield. May God's light perpetually shine upon Luther and peace be with you Jo.

Lois Avalos

June 20, 2018

Mark Laughlin

June 19, 2018

Luther H. Dunegan, Jr., 79, breathed his last on Friday morning, 15-June-2018. He was where he wanted to be: in the comfort of his own home, in the warm care of his family. He was born 15-August-1938 in Muskogee, Oklahoma and attended Muskogee High School. He married Miss Josephine Redeagle on 28-December-1956. Luther served his country in the U. S. Army from 1956 to 1965, in the reserves and on active duty. He rode camels while stationed in Ethiopia, and was stationed in eastern France when his first daughter, Brenda, was born. The family moved to Houston in the early 1970’s. Luther was a member of Westside Fellowship Church where he enjoyed teaching Sunday School. He devoted his life to his wife and family.

Luther is survived by wife Josephine, daughters Brenda, Deanne and Betsy, two sons-in-law, Billy and Mark, four grand-children William, Rebecca, Joanne and Charles, one grand-daughter-in-law, Kim, and one great-grand-daughter, Riley, and his brothers John and Robert and sister Tish.

Linus Nguyen

June 19, 2018

Every Sunday morning, Bro Luther and Sis Josephine would come to church early to listen to the praise team practice. As soon as Naimah would see their feet through the bottom of the window, she would go hide ... Upon entering, Bro Luther and Naimah would always greet each other by jumping out scaring one another, then laugh boisterously, then she would give him his cup of coffee.

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