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Margaret Frances “Peggy” Dunn Dunker

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11 Jan 2005 (aged 80)
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DUNKER, Margaret"Peggy" 80, died January 11, 2005 in Sun City Center. She was born June 19, 1924 in Dayton, Ohio to Webster and Marguerite Dunn. She was a native of Ohio, lived in Kettering, Ohio for 47 years and moved to Sun City Center in May of 2001. In Kettering, she was actively involved in AIM for the Handicapped. She was a member of the Lions Club of Sun City Center. Peggy shared a love of gardening, home decorating, needlepoint, water coloring and entertaining. Preceded in death by her brothers, Raymond and Robert. Survived by her husband, Roland "Dunk", of 50 years, son William Jacobs and his wife Doris of Largo, Florida and daughter, Sandy Sickler and her husband Steve and granddaughters, Natalie and Lauren of Coto de Caza, California. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Sun City Center on Saturday, February 5, at 1:30. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sun City Center Emergency Squad (a volunteer organization) at 101 Ray Watson Drive, Sun City Center, 33573 or the Sun City Center Lions Club at P.O. Box 5684, Sun City Center, 33573.
DUNKER, Margaret"Peggy" 80, died January 11, 2005 in Sun City Center. She was born June 19, 1924 in Dayton, Ohio to Webster and Marguerite Dunn. She was a native of Ohio, lived in Kettering, Ohio for 47 years and moved to Sun City Center in May of 2001. In Kettering, she was actively involved in AIM for the Handicapped. She was a member of the Lions Club of Sun City Center. Peggy shared a love of gardening, home decorating, needlepoint, water coloring and entertaining. Preceded in death by her brothers, Raymond and Robert. Survived by her husband, Roland "Dunk", of 50 years, son William Jacobs and his wife Doris of Largo, Florida and daughter, Sandy Sickler and her husband Steve and granddaughters, Natalie and Lauren of Coto de Caza, California. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Sun City Center on Saturday, February 5, at 1:30. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sun City Center Emergency Squad (a volunteer organization) at 101 Ray Watson Drive, Sun City Center, 33573 or the Sun City Center Lions Club at P.O. Box 5684, Sun City Center, 33573.


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