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Timothy Wayne Dunavin

  • Birth 9 Oct 1958
  • Death 21 Mar 2008
  • Burial Cremated, Ashes scattered
  • Memorial ID 25465778

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Obituary of Timothy Wayne Dunavin

PARAGOULD — Timothy Wayne Dunavin, 49, died Friday, March 21, 2008, at Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould, AR.

Survivors include his wife, Patricia J. Symmes (Hughes) Dunavin; two daughters, Ashley Nicole Dunavin and Hannah Rose Dunavin; his father, Jeff W Dunavin of Lake Village, IN; his mother, Ellen Joyce Dunavin of DeMotte, IN; and two brothers, Mark Dunavin of Paragould and William Dunavin of Tempe, AZ.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Jeff & Tressie Dunavin formerly of Monette, Magdalene Brown formerly of Paragould and Ernest Boyd formerly of Flint, MI.

Visitation for Tim Dunavin will be Monday from 6-8 pm with a short service at 7:30 pm at Gregg Funeral Home in Monette, AR.

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Tim loved to talk story, talk about semi-trucks, fidget or eh, "Fix" CB Radio's and computers, and wear cowboy boots and overalls.

Tim loved "HAM Radio" aka: "Amateur Radio"
His Amateur Radio/ FCC License / call sign was N9OFR
He was well known to many.

Knowing that TIM was born and passed away in Arkansas, you may never know that he did live, (probably most of his life), in Northwest Indiana. Towns such as Cedar Lake, Crown Point, Dyer, Hebron, Lake Village, Lowell, Portage, and Roselawn were Tim's "Home". He also lived in the southern suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, in towns such as Alsip, Blue Island, Chicago Heights, Lynwood, and Lansing. He once lived in New Buffalo, Michigan.

Tim worked most of his lifetime at Anderson Fittings at the Alsip, ILL location and even in their Oak Forrest, ILL location when the company moved. It has been said that, "Tim has a great mind for rebuilding machines".

Tim returned to Arkansas to give his children, and wife, a better life and some old-fashioned country values. He was able to give to them a chance to grow up in the woods, partly like he had, and allow them to have all kinds of animals, livestock, motorized carts, etc, and whatever they asked for. TIM loved his children very much.


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