|Birth: ||Jun. 19, 1950|
|Death: ||Aug. 27, 2005|
Steven Paul Duneman
Funeral Services will be 11 am Thursday, August 25 at Hope Covenant Church in St. Cloud for Steven P. Duneman, age 55, of St. Cloud, who died in his home on Monday from his battle with Pancreatic Cancer. Rev. Bill Dornbush will officiate and burial will be in Assumption Cemetery in St. Cloud.
Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at Dingmann Family Funeral Home in Sauk Rapids and one hour prior to the funeral, Thursday at the church in St. Cloud.
Steve was born in Rochester, MN on June 19, 1950 to Paul and Phyllis (Mlenar) Duneman. After moving numerous times in the ten years while his father was in the Air Force, they finally settled in Alexandria, MN where his father became the pastor of the Free Methodist Church. Steve graduated from Alexandria and later Greenville College. He was united in marriage to Linda Kidd in 1974 in Alexandria. They moved to Peoria, IL where they lived for 18 years and raised two children, Dawn and Nathan. They returned to St. Cloud, MN in 1992. Steve has worked as a pest control technician, driving instructor and a truck driver while living in Peoria, IL. When he moved to St. Cloud, he worked as a driving instructor and then in customer service and collections for Fingerhut. He also worked as a collector at CompuCredit and his final job was as a collector at Preferred Credit. Steve has always been actively involved in church and is a member of the Hope Covenant Church in St. Cloud. He loved sports and participated in Tennis and Bowling. While living in Peoria he was also very much involved with Gideon's International.
Survivors include his wife, Linda; son, Nathan of St. Cloud; daughter, Dawn (Mark) Berkshire of Minnetonka; parents, Paul and Phyllis of Spring Valley; and brother, Stan (Myrna) of Longmont, CO.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, William and Bertha Duneman, Ruth Grabau, and Ludwig Mlenar.
Created by: Audrae Turner Mathis
Record added: Sep 29, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11843861
Rest in God's loving arms. We were 3rd cousins but never knew each other.|
Audrae Turner Mathis
Added: Sep. 29, 2005