November 30, -0001 - November 20, 2009
DUNKMAN, Dewey D. beloved husband of 51 years of Marilyn Dunkman who preceded his death on October27, 2009. loving father of William (Tammie) Dunkman of Union Twp., OH, Michael Dunkman of Cincinnati, OH, Barbara (Gary) Keith of Pierce Twp., OH, and the late Katie Dunkman, devoted grandfather of Carley, Beth, Danielle and William Dunkman, Jr., and Connor and Caitlyn Keith, dear brother of Wally Kendrick of Ava, MO. caring uncle of Paul, Terri, Cheryl and Heather Wright also survived by other family members and numerous friends. Friday, November 20, 2009. Age 72. Resident of Maple Knoll Village and life-long resident of St. Bernard, OH. Dewey was also a loyal employee of G.E. for over 25 years and was Co-owner of several patents. Visitation at St. Clement Church, 4536 Vine St., St. Bernard, Tuesday from 10 a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association 5211 Madison Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45227. Condolences to hodappfuneralhome.com.
Alright, Grandpa. It’s safe to say you can crank it up on rabbit now. Merry Christmas I love you.
More than just a coworker, Dewey was a friend and mentor to the young engineers who worked with him at GE. He was missed when he retired; now he will be missed even more. The world would be better with more people like him.
Thank you for those that signed this, and thanks for those that viewed the Guest Book. Loosing mom and dad so close really hurts. But, that’s what they truely wanted, to be together.
Barb, Gary, Caitlyn, Conner and all the Dunkman family,
Words are very difficult at this time as this past month has been overwhelmingly sad for all. Your father and mother, grandfather, grandmother were an exceptionally close pair and Dewey could not be separated too long from Marilyn.
They served so well on this earth caring for family and loving their family so much, community and God. I admired them so much and will miss them.
Thoughts and prayers are you with you.
Well Dewey said he felt like he was standing Marilyn up because she left and he was still here but he was going to see her and he meant it. What a wonderful couple and how many people they brought joy to. My sympathies and my prayers go out to the family but how wonderful it is they are together again. god bless the family Marilyn and Dewey loved you all so much