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Thomas Monroe Dunn

October 18, 1946 ~ November 19, 2018 (age 72)

Thomas Monroe Dunn, 72 of Mulberry FL, passed away November 19, 2018. Tom is survived by his wife Helen, of 35 years, his children Tammi (Al) Ortlieb of Martinsburg NY, Cindi (Dana) Crouse of Rome NY, Jenifer (Mike) Carter of Rome NY, Erika (Chris) Cook of Lakeland FL, Melissa Dunn of Mulberry FL, Becky (Scott) Eagan of Lowville NY, his siblings Mary (Edward) O’Brien of Lowville, NY, Susan Thisse of MD, Vicky (Butch) Crossway of Watertown NY, Cheryl (Gerry) Kaban of Adams NY, Laurie (Dale) Stoltzfus of Lowville, NY, Colleen (Mike) Hancock of NY, Doug (Sherri) of WA, Francis (Debbie) Dunn Jr. of Lowville, NY, Mark (Debbie) Dunn of Copenhagen NY, Nick (Sandi) Dunn of Copenhagen NY, Tresa Dunn of Lowville NY, Terry (Bev) Dunn of Lowville NY, and Steven Dunn of Lowville NY. He is also survived by his mother in law Dorothy Briggs of Mulberry FL, brother in law John Briggs of Tampa FL, Brother in law Joe (Alberta) Briggs of Canton NY, sister in law Vickie (Henry) Perrin of Charlotte NC, Sue (Sam) Scruggs of Norwood, NY. He is survived by 12 grandchildren: Daliss (Tyler) , Dakota (Brandy), Maria (Will), Jake, Elijah, Kassadie, Noah, Kennedie, Wyatt, Emberlyn, Jada, and Avery as well as 1 great granddaughter, Aubriana. He is predeceased by his parents Francis and Helen Dunn, an infant brother, brother in law Pat Thisse, father in law John Briggs and sister in law Elizabeth Pickett.

Tom and Helen spent a large part of their life together in Colton, NY running their Grocery store. He especially looked forward to his morning coffee with friends, and lets be honest, his golf outings! After moving to Florida, he enjoyed visiting with his family on his front porch and spending weekends at their camping lot in Salt Springs, FL. He cherished his time spent with his grandchildren, his weekends hunting at camp with the boys, family reunions and anything that involved time with family.

A Celebration of life in his honor will be held in South Colton, NY June 2, 2019, at John Briggs’ camp.

Memorial donations can be made to the American Diabetes Foundation.

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