OBITUARY

Michael Anthony Dunn

May 2, 1957December 14, 2018

Michael Anthony “Chuck” Dunn, 61 of Quincy, passed away Friday, December 14, 2018. He was born on May 2, 1957 to the late Charles Wesley and Naomi Fizer Dunn.

Chuck was a coal miner with Valley Camp for 8 years. He then became a cook at CAMC Memorial with over 30 years of service. Along with his love for cooking, he loved his CAMC family and was a huge fan of the Washington Redskins.

Along with his parents, Chuck is preceded in death by his brother, Charles Wesley Dunn Jr. and sister, Diane Dunn.

He is survived by his loving wife, Hope Mullins Dunn; daughter, Lora Dunn of Quincy; brother, Tom (Judi) Dunn of Diamond; sisters, Debbie (Terry) Zahniser of Holly Grove; Belinda Dunn Haynes and Anita (John) Sheets both of Quincy; several nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews.

Per Chuck’s wishes, he will be cremated. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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Michael Anthony Dunn

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Tom Medford

December 18, 2018

So sorry to here of Chuckie passing. I remember all the fun times we had playing little leauge baseball at the old field at Quincy where Shoney's is now. It was the best time of my life. We move away in 1969 so I lost track of all my Witcher Creek, Quincy & Belle Friends. I remember Chuckie as a Funny and wonderful person.
May God bless you all at this time so close to Christmas. My heart goes out to all of the Family.

Susan Larch

December 17, 2018

Chuck treated me like he knew me forever. Hey would always called me “girl”. He was a great person to be around, and he loved singing while he worked. And no one will ever be able to cook like Chuck. Going to miss him

Linda Canterbury

December 16, 2018

When I started at Camc general he treated me like he knew me forever. He was a great person to be around, and he loved singing while he worked. And no one will ever be able to cook pinto beans like Chuck. Going to miss him

Londa Shahan

December 16, 2018

Chuck was a wonderful person! I truly enjoyed working with him at the General. He made the best pinto beans ever!!!
We will miss you Chuck!
Love,
Londa Shahan

Nancy Crum

December 16, 2018

I will always remember how he called me "Lucy" and playing cards all night with the family. He was so funny and kind hearted. My prayers go out to the entire family and especially my boys who lost their Great Uncle.

Bryon Smith

December 15, 2018

I remember playing pick up basketball over at Midland trail elementary with Chuckie. He was a great guy. So sorry for your loss.

Patty Odum

December 15, 2018

Hope I am so sorry for your loss I want you to know your in my heart and prayers. Its never easy losing a loved one but God has this and you he will give strength. Just hold on to him and he will help you through this time of sorrow. I love you and hope you find strength and peace during this time. You can see him again.

Eliza Ayala

December 15, 2018

Chuck was a cool dude. Met him a few times seeing as I am friends with Lora. The love his family have for him shone in all of our interactions. I wish him peace and eternal rest.

FROM THE FAMILY