David-Cunningham-Obituary

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David J. Cunningham

Shorewood, Wisconsin

Jan 16, 1925 – Apr 20, 2018 (Age 93)

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BORN
January 16, 1925
DIED
April 20, 2018
AGE
93
LOCATION
Shorewood, Wisconsin
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Feerick Funeral Home - Shorewood Obituary

Peacefully entered into Eternal Life with Jesus on Friday, April 20, 2018 at the age of 93. Beloved husband of almost 34 years to Cheryl. Loving father of eight;  John Cunningham, Virginia Bonk, Ruth Crawford, Peter Cunningham, Lindsey Atwood, Michael Cunningham (deceased), Christa Petruska, Lauren Fuqua. Stepfather of three; Connie Cunningham, Lonna Parker, Joanna Parker. Cherished grandfather of eleven; Emily, Laura, Jimmy, Kary, Courtney, Danny, Katy, Audrey, Naomi, Lilia, Ian. Great-grandfather of seven; Blake, Julia, Elijah, Joseph, Owen, Marissa, Charlotte. 


David was a builder of faith, family, and real estate. He was an honorable man who was a good steward of each God-given day. The way he led his life, his words of wisdom, and sense of humor were an inspiration to all who knew him. David was an avid tennis player and captain of his team well into his 80s. He had a strong baritone voice and enjoyed singing at church and with family and friends.


A memorial service to celebrate David’s life and honor his service in the Navy will be held on Saturday, May 5th at 1:00 pm at Wisconsin Memorial Park’s Chapel of the Chimes, 13235 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield. Family will greet friends following the service.  In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to MRSA Survivors Network, American SIDS Institute, Eastbrook Church, or a charity of your choice.

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I had the great chance to meet him at several occasions. My favorite memory is when he had a Christmas celebration for all the contractors that he worked with. I was very inspired how he had his family including himself serving all of us, it really showed his humbleness, appreciaton and love for people. We were the last to leave he made coffee we sat with his wife and young daughter and he talked about how blessed he was. I will always cherish that moment. I am very saddened to read of...

A great pleasure to know Mr. Cunningham. Always friendly and so kind. Truly a wonderful person.

Celebrating a life well lived. I cherish the memories I have of David and his family. A most loving individual and devoted father & husband.

I am so sorry for your loss. May you gain comfort by expressing your deepest emotions to God in prayer. He loves you and wants to help you during this most difficult time.

We were blessed to know David. He was a loving friend and an inspiration to us. We have such wonderful memories of our time together. We will miss him.