Jonathan Mack Payne IV

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Payne IV, Jonathan Mack Jonathan Mack Payne, IV was born on December 28, 1967 in Dallas, Texas. He grew up in Highland Park and went on to Westminster College in Fulton, MO after graduating from Highland Park High School in 1986. He was an active member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity in College. There he met his future wife Chandra. He went on to Baylor Dental School in Dallas to pursue a career in Periodontics. Mack did his residency in Kansas City, MO, a city he grew to love. After moving back to Dallas, he joined his father in a very successful practice, jointly in Preston Center, and on his own in a Coppell branch. He loved his patients' and they adored him in return. He and Chandra had two beautiful children together, whom he loved very much. He enjoyed all sports and was an avid golfer and skier. He was a regular at Brook Hollow Golf Club and a member of Highland Park United Methodist Church. He loved cars, travel, friends, and most of all, being with his children. He was a talented artist with an amazing knack for electronics. His sense of humor and laugh were contagious. He left us entirely too soon and will be deeply missed. We plan to keep his memory alive. He is survived by his children, Jonathan Mack Payne, V and Cameron Anne Payne and their mother Chandra Lee Payne. His Grandmother Mildred Payne. His parent's Jonathan Mack Payne, III and Margaret Anne Payne. His sister Laura Payne Dunham and her husband William Bridges Dunham. A family memorial service was held on Saturday October 13, 2012 at Highland Park United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorial donations be sent to the Wesley Rankin Community Center or the . Please visit http://www.sparkman-hillcrest.com/ to leave your condolences for the Hulse family. May he be at peace and with the Lord.

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Published in Dallas Morning News on Oct. 14, 2012
Jonathan Mack Payne
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