Dr. William Glenn Dunnington 06-1993 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for Dr. William Glenn Dunnington, 82, was at 10:30 AM Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Ron Weathers officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home. He died June 18, 1993, at his home in San Antonio, Texas.
He was born September 5, 1910, in Cherokee to Carl Still and Nora Clarke Dunnington. He graduated from Cherokee High School in 1927 and from Oklahoma University Medical School in 1935. In September 1932, he married Billie Wolverton of Lawton. She died October 1968. In April 1981 he married Vivian Colwell.
He practiced medicine in Cherokee and in September 1940 became activated with the 45th Infantry Division. He was commander of a military Battalion in Europe during World War II. He practiced medicine in Cherokee from September 1945 to December 1949 then re – entered the U.S. Army. He served various assignments, retiring as a colonel in 1970. He was board certified in internal medicine and pulmonary medicine.
He was a member of Cherokee Masonic Lodge for 55 years, Scottish Rite Consistory at Guthrie and, at the time of his death, was a physician with the Military Entrance Processing Center in San Antonio.
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