Don Theodore Chunn

March 6, 2020

Mr. Don Theodore Chunn, age 80, passed away on Monday February 24, 2020, in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.

Mr. Chunn was a native of Uriah, AL, former resident of Huxford, AL (where he spent most of his life) and has resided in Vestavia Hills, AL for the past nine years. He was a retired farmer, member of ALFA, Farm Bureau, where he was past president, the Escambia County Farm Agency and the Bethel United Methodist Church. He is preceded in death by his parents, Leonard Lemuel and Ethel Dee Chunn and brother, James Chunn.

He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Margie Ann Chunn of Vestavia Hills, AL; two sons, Tony Ray Chunn of Medford, OR and David (Cooper) Chunn of Pinson, AL; one daughter, Donna (Geoff) Brenneman of Medford, OR; three sisters, Luverene (James) Smith of Jackson, AL, Wilma Johnson of Bainbridge, AL and Ruth Mothershed of Huxford, AL; three grandchildren, Andrea Topham (Matthew) Frazier, Darin Topham and Dylan Topham; and three great-grandchildren, Alayna, Avelyn and Austin.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 29, 2020, at the Petty-Eastside Chapel Funeral Home with Rev. Diane Everett officiating.

Burial was at Poplar Springs Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Kenneth Smith, Kevin Smith, Timothy Smith, Dylan Topham, Gary Johnson and Paul Johnson.

Honorary pallbearers were Joe Coker, Whitey Chunn and Mike Johnson.

Petty-Eastside Chapel Funeral Homes is in charge of all arrangements.


One Response to “Don Theodore Chunn”

  1. Martha Jeter on March 22nd, 2020 10:06 pm

    RIP dear cousin!

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