In Memory

Jonathan (Jon) Dunn

Jonathan Dunn

Jonathan Dunn, 52, of Santa Clara, Calif. died May 18, 2007 of congestive heart failure. He was born July 7, 1954 the eldest son of Johanna Dunn and the late Tony Dunn of Yachats. (Note: "Yachats" is pronounced "Ya-hots".)

Dunn was also preceded in death by his brother Jeremiah. He is survived by his wife of 19 years, Lisa; children Conor and Ceara; and siblings Jessica, Judith, Rachel and Adam.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 23 at Sacred Heart Church in Newport.

The News Times, Newport, OR June 21, 2007

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07/06/12 11:47 PM #1    

Maria Isabel Arrabal (Rodgers)

Dear Jon,

Not only will tomorrow be our 40 year reunion, but it would also have been your 58th Birthday.  I always looked forward to our reunions because I knew I would see you again and hear your laugh.  I will miss reconnecting and seeing your smile. I will never forget how you used to go by my house on Webster, to and from your paper route and would whistle. My dad would say "there goes that boy again".

I hope you are at peace and will see you again.





11/10/13 07:42 AM #2    

Priscilla Jane Abbott

Hello Jon,

Wanted to say thanks. My paly years 1971 & 72, you were a huge part of

them (soph/junior for me). You were a Wrestling Captain for us, always fun to be

around, laughing during lunch in the amphitheater.

You in love with one of the cheerlearders (I remember), always leering LOL....

Dirk, Boyett, Mike Johnson and many others hanging with you in those days.

Lost track 1972 and reconnected when I was helping Coach Paly wrestling 1995-2004 seasons.

You came out of the stands, and was like old times.... Your illness just got the best of you.

I remember you called me about 3 weeks prior to your passing, we chatted, had fun....

I was deeply sad to learn of your passing.I wrote your wife and children a long letter regaling

them of memories I have of you. Hopefully ment something.

Your Brother in Arms

David Jones 73'

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