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Ray Earl Dunning
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Velma R. and Ray E. DUNNING

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

The funeral for Ray Earl Dunning, 93, was at 10:30 AM Wednesday at the Friends Church with Pastor David Emery officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery, directed by Fisher Funeral Home. He died March 19, 1995, at Cherokee Manor.

He was born March 13, 1902, in Oxford, Kansas, to Frank Eugene and Laura Willhour Dunning. He married Velma Ruth Johnson on March 10, 1927, in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. A lifelong resident of Cherokee, he was the owner of a cleaning business and dress shop for 60 years. He was a member of the Friends Church and a 50 year member of Masonic Lodge 307.

He is survived by his wife of the home; a sister, Pauline Hatfield of Cherokee, and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters.

Memorials may be made to the church through the funeral home.

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