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July 10, 2007
I will always remember Mike's kindness and humanity he showed when working with the boys of Troop 50 and the Order of The Arrow. He gave freely and unselfishly of his time and his talents and has left an impression on so many that will last in the hearts of all he touched. What better Memorial?
July 10, 2007
July 10, 2007
I first met Mike during OWLS Training at Perkins Lodge- he immediately impressed me as someone that had terrific insight, keen wit, and could train. We worked together on many scouting events and I always learned from him. Our 2001 Jambo troop were grateful for his assistance on our last day as we were one of the last to leave- Mike brought us food as the place was quickly clearing. It was Mike Dunne that touched so many locally, regionally, and nationally in scouting- I will truly miss him.
July 10, 2007
I have known Mike for a long time serving on the Silver Beaver Committee and other Scouting activities. he was a good friend and a wise man with a lot of heart.
I will always remember him and the way he carried himself. He was a true Eagle Scout and showed it in his everyday life works. I will truley miss him. I extend my sencire heratfelt sorrow for his loss to his wife and family. I do know one thing, when he sits with God he will be one of God's best and loyal servents as he was in his natural life. May his soul rest in peace with the Lord. Until we meet again old friend.

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This is Mike as I like to remember him -- standing in the marsh, working.  He loved it. -- Freda