October 16, 1940 – May 9, 2018
Loving mother of three children: Boyd Dunbar of Clinton, CT, his wife, Sue and his two children Patrick and Brenna Dunbar; Keith Dunbar of Sylvania, Ohio and his son Tyler Dunbar; Linda Dunbar-Motz of El Dorado Hills and her husband Rob Motz and their two children Paris and Marin. She was born and raised in Ridgeville Corners, Ohio to Margaret and Harold Wendt, a hardworking farmer’s daughter and a devoted Lutheran. She graduated from Ridgeville High School and then from Northwest Tech. For many years she was owner of Dunbar Floor Covering in Delta Ohio, then finally retiring from Fed Ex in 2012. She then moved to CA 5 years ago to be closer to her daughter and live in the serenity of the Sierra Nevada foothills. She enjoyed downtown Placerville, being a member of First Lutheran Church and her weekend jeep rides with her daughter on the dirt roads of the El Dorado National Forest. She is survived by her one brother, Gene Wendt of Ridgeville Corners, Ohio. and her niece and nephews their families. The family would like to express thanks to all her wonderful friends as First Lutheran, she loved your cards and visits. Family would also like to recognize all the neighbors who stepped up to help her and loved our mom like she was their own, we could not have done it without you. If desired, memorial contributions can be made to First Lutheran Church of Placerville, Or simply tell someone you love them today. Funeral service will be held at a later date.
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May 14, 2018
Wanted to reach out and let you know you are in our prayers and thoughts during this time. Your Mom was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was a one of my Mom's (Mary Lou Ulch) best friends growing up and they remained friends until my Moms death. I remember her coming to Florida to visit and she had such a way of making you feel so comfortable with her gentle voice. I loved talking and laughing with her on my Mom's back porch about all of their childhood memories. She was an amazing woman.