Dr. David R. Cunningham

Louisville, Kentucky

1947 - 2018 (Age 70)


Louisville, Kentucky


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Dr. David R. CunninghamLouisville - Dr. David Robert Cunningham, 70, passed away peacefully on March 6, 2018 with family by his side. He was born in Baden, PA on October 24, 1947 to the late Richard and Jean (Davis) Cunningham. He was a retired professor of Audiology, Communicative Disorders with...

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I send my deepest sympathies to the family. Rest in Peace, Dr. Cunningham. You influenced so many students.

I spent some great times with David back in the day. He was a wonderful man.

Heaven gained a new angel.. He was my mentor, my best friend and like a grandpa to me . I'm going to miss cooking with him, dancing with him, singing with him and most of all, his radio broadcasts. You inspired me and I'll forever be grateful for everything you done for me. You pushed me to be the best person I could be especially in school and I'll definitely do that for you. I will love & miss you more than you will ever know Dr.Dave . I promise that I will try to fulfill all of your...

You will be greatly missed by your lake family. Really enjoyed the food you always fixed. I have a red head that loved you very much and will miss you. We promise to take care of Beth for you. R.I.P. our dear friend you are missed.

Prayers to the family. He was a very fine and kind to all. He will be missed by all.

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your loved one. May reflecting on all the good times you've shared together help ease the pain that you now feel. Also may "the God of all comfort "strengthen you during this time of sadness, and may His promise for the future bring you peace. Hosea 13:14

Prayers for the family, Gary and Donise Colvin

Dr Dave you have so many friends and family that loved you and going to miss you so much. Even though we didn't know you in the medical field, we did know you as a friend and a camper. Lake Jericho is not going to be the same without you.
It was nothing to go by your campsite and see you sitting on the deck enjoying the views of the lake.
You loved your music and the last time with the campers you came over to Maw's trailer to watch the guys playing corn hole and you sat on the...