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Saturday, November 20, 2021
Starts at 11:00 am (Central time)
Jonathan David Dunn age 22, of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma passed away on Thursday November 11, 2021, in a car accident.
Jonathan was born on March 27, 1999, in Coffeyville, Kansas to Tina Stevens and James D Dunn. He attended South Coffeyville schools and graduated in May 2017 from South Coffeyville High School. On July 4, 2017, Jonathan married his high school sweetheart Shannon Doane. They had one beautiful daughter together, they later separated.
Jonathan worked in a variety of fields in his short life with the Southern Supper Club in South Coffeyville being his first as a young teen to his last being at SP Foundry in South Coffeyville. He loved to cook, BBQ's, going out to Mema Nolte's farm and spending time with family and friends. He loved the outdoors. His favorite hobbies were building and driving demo derby cars/dirt track cars. Jonathan had a kind and giving heart. He loved people and helping them. He would give the shirt off his back to help someone in need.
His memories will live on through his wife Shannon Dunn, his daughter Amelia Dunn, his Mother Tina Stevens, father Paul Lamb II, father (Bio) James Dunn II, bonus Mom, Missi Pinckney, siblings, Phillip Dunn, Kylie Lamb, Nick Lamb, Calvin Bartholomew, Brianna Lamb, Kamaryn Dunn, Jordan Dunn and Wyatt Dunn, his grandmother, Ruth Lamb, his special friends Brooklyn Rylie, Jordan Miller and Carson Reel along with many other family and friends. He is proceeded in death by his grandparents Elizabeth Moore, Phillip Bruce, Leola Duff and Jim Dunn and Paul Lamb, Bonus Dads Brian Knisley and Chris Nolte.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday November 20, 2021, at 11 am at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville. A Potluck dinner will immediately follow at the Masonic Lodge, 2001 Woodland Ave in Coffeyville. The lodge will be open at 10 am for anyone wanting/needing to drop off before the service. The family has requested memorial be made payable to the family or to Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel to help with expenses.