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Re: Dungan family of McDonald Kansas
Posted by: Michele Ball (ID *****9719) Date: November 10, 2008 at 19:05:41
In Reply to: Dungan family of McDonald Kansas by Richard McGuire of 913

These are just Willie Dungan and Bertha Morris Dungan obituary notices. I have more on the family however, I am only adding this information since I notice Richard isn't working on this line any more since 2005.

Willie H. Dungan, 80, born in Rawlins County, Kansas, November 18, 1892, died at Good Shepherd Hospital Sept. 28. Mr. Dungan has been a resident of Hermiston for the past 29 years, and attended the Church of God.
Survivors are wife Bertha E., Hermiston, three sons; Willie Levi, Burkburnett, Tex., Raymond E., Hermiston; and Clarence Gene, Hood River. Nine daughters: Myrtle Rose Murphey, Grace Marrie McGuire, and Vida Lou Sager, Hermiston; Bertha Corabell Mc Guire, Elmer City, Wash.; Lucille Lefern Hoffman, Gresham; Lola Pearl Wolf, Hood River; Vivian Zoe Williamson of Goldendale, Wash., Bonnie Louise Inskeep, Palasade, Colo., and Vonda Bernice Jenkins, Walla Walla. And a mumber of grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Burns Mortuary Chapel at Rev. Earl Taylor of the Church of God officiated. Interment was in the Hermiston Cemetery.

Bertha E. Dungan

Bertha E. Dungan, 77, born in Kansas Nov. 27, 1897, died at the Good Samaritan Center in Hermiston Jan. 12, 1975.
Mrs. Dungan had been a resident of Hermiston for the past 33 years and was a member of the Church of God. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Dungan, in 1973.
Survivors are three sons; Bill of Burkburnett, Tex., Raymond of Hermiston, Gene of Seattle, Wash.; Daughters Myrtle Murphy, Vida Sager and Grace McGurie, all of Hermiston, Lucille Hoffman of Gresham, Lola Walff of Hood River, Vivian Williamson of Goldendale, Wash., and Bonnie Inskeep of Palisade, Colo.' sisters, Cora Wilson of Heppner, and Wilma Hastings of Hood River; one brother, Bob Morris of Basin, Wyo.
Funeral services were Wednesday, Jan. 15, in the Burns Mortuary Chapel at 2 p.m. The Rev. Earl Taylor of the Church of God officiated and burial was in the Hermiston Cemetery.

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