Jack Phillip Dunnam

Jack Phillip Dunnam, 73, went to be with his Lord in his sleep while in hospice care in Temple, Texas for heart and liver disease on October 16, 2019. Most recently residing in Gholson, Texas after many years of residing in Weinert and Munday, Texas.

Memorial Service: 2:00 p.m.,October 26, 2019 at First Baptist Church Weinert, Texas.

His cremated remains will be interred at Texas State Veterans Cemetery at Abilene (7457 W. Lake Road Abilene, Texas 79601) at a late date.

Jack was born February 6, 1946 in Haskell, Texas to Joseph Clifford Dunnam and Dovie Alene Adkins.

Graduated Weinert High School class of 1964. Attended Cisco Jr College and Texas Tech University before serving two tours in Vietnam as part of the US Army Forces flying OV1 Mohawk. Married Cathy Garlene Purcell on March 2, 1974. Farmed in Weinert until 2006

He was preceded in death by both of his parents; his, sister Jolene Grand; and nephew, Kippie Grand.

Jack is survived by his wife of 45 years, Cathy “Garlene” Dunnam; children, Tanya Mitchell and husband, William (Bill) of Elgin, Texas, Jeffrey Dunnam and wife, Charlie of Valley Mills, Texas, and Heath Dunnam and wife, Maggie of Lubbock, Texas; grandchildren, Cathleen Sargent and husband, Bryton of Granbury, Texas, Mary Apple of Granbury, Texas, Lydia, Jeremiah, and Cassidy Dunnam of Valley Mills, Texas, and Hannah Gilchrest of Lubbock, Texas; and great-grandchild, McKynlee Sargent of Granbury Texas.  He is also survived by his siblings, Dolores Gibson of Euless, Texas, Linda Goad of Keller, Texas, Ross Dunnam of Anson, Texas, and Amy Schwartz of Duncanville, Texas; many nieces and nephews; and many friends and classmates who remember him as outspoken, humorous, and loyal.

 

 

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  1. Jack was one of a kind. I loved how he was a proud veteran, loyal to his friends and loved getting back to visit Weinert, even when it was very difficult for him. He used to call me for camera and photography advice as he got his animal photography equipment together. I admired that he wanted to photograph some of the wonders of creation.

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