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Jennifer Dunn

Obituary

Jennifer DUNN (1941-2007) Jennifer Dunn, once named "one of the ten most powerful women in the State" by "Washington Law & Politics" magazine, died September 5th. She was 66. She suffered a pulmonary embolism in her Alexandria, Virginia home and never regained consciousness. She died at the...

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Charisma, Charm, Grace, Beauty. It is how she lived, and who she was. The name Jennifer Dunn is synonymous with class and dignity, and always will be. Being in her presence was like walking into a warm sunshine, and her smile lit up an auditorium. Jennifer truly cared about others, and was an angel of a human being. The sadness felt over her loss is overwhelming, and I extend my prayers to Jennifer's family. No one will ever hold a candle to Jennifer Dunn, for she was one of a kind.

Jennifer Dunn was a very special lady. She did a wonderful job for Washington state. My condolences to her family and friends.

WE MET CONGRESSWOMAN JENNIFER DUNN THROUGH NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PARTY ACTIVITIES.... WE LAST MET AT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE A FEW YEARS AGO IN WASHINGTON, DURING A SIGINING AGREEMENT CEREMONY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA, IN WHICH CHINA AGREED TO PURCHASE BOEING AIRCRAFT WITH THE UNDERSTANDING SOME SECTIONS WOULD BE MANUFACTURED IN CHINA... SHE WAS A GREAT PATRIOT, A GREAT REPUBLICAN AND A GREATER EPISCOPALIAN.... SHE WAS ONE OF THE TWELVE...

My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you. Grace, Class, Love of
Family, Loyal Friend, Leader - Jennifer will be greatly missed -
she will be forever in our hearts.

May God bring comfort to all those that loved and admired her.

She was a wonderful part of Ronald Reagan's revolution in Washington. She is missed by all.

Ed Harper, President of the Ronald Reagan Alumni Association.

I first met Congresswoman Dunn in 1999; she is one of the strongest, toughest, most caring leaders I have known. She introduced me to George W. Bush and taught me many things about life and politics. I am shocked by her untimely death, but grateful for her extraordinary life.

What an incredible person, such a role model for all women. My sincere sympathy to her family.

It was my privilege to have served on the Executive Board of the Washington State Republican Central Committee when Jennifer was state party chairman. I am still in awe of her people skills and intelligence, but mostly her ability to be a good friend and a great congressman.

Thank you Jennifer for all you did. Pat and I will miss you.