In Memoriam

Jeff Dunn


Jeffrey Dunn

1/31/53 - 5/27/24

Jeff's FB page 

From Jeff's daughter, Caitlin
Typing this with a heavy heart. Earlier this morning my dad passed away. 
If you knew my dad you know that the world will be a little less funny without him earth side. He always told the craziest stories and the funniest jokes. I think my brother, sister, and I got our sense of humor from him as well as our competitiveness. We will miss our family game nights, where he would try to cheat we would catch him and him make us think we were crazy for it. Which would always make us laugh! 
We will now never watch another Houston sports game without thinking of him. I know he was especially excited for the upcoming Texans season! And always rooting for the ‘Stros and Rockets. 
We know he loved my siblings and me very much, but the love he had for his grandchildren (Gabriel, Avery, Xander, Skyla, and Oliver) was something special. 
We take comfort knowing that he is now with his two best friends, his brothers and parents. Probably playing many rounds of Euchre! 
He was always such a character, it will be hard for anyone to forget. We know he will stay in the hearts of many and will be missed greatly. 
We love you dad. 1/31/53 - 5/27/24

FB post by Jeff's good friend, Mark Fitzgerald 
We were saddened to learn of the passing of Jeff Dunn last week. Jeff and I became good friends in the mid 70's. We spent a lot of time together back then and had countless adventures together. He was one of the funniest people I've known. 
Jeff introduced me to Julia when she and I went on a blind date with him and his girlfriend. Two years later  in 1980 he was best man at our wedding. (We think of him every year on our anniversary.) After we moved to Oregon in 92, we stayed in touch over the years. Last time we saw him was 2019 when we visited TX. Glad we made a point to do that. RIP my friend. I cherish all the memories of our time together.


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06/03/24 05:49 PM #1    

Alan Davis

I knew Jeff well back in our days at UT in the early 70's.  He was quite the character and the thing I remember most was his sense of humor.  It sounds like he had amazing family and I know he will be missed.  

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