Michelle-Dunn-Obituary

Michelle Louise Dunn

Obituary

DUNN, Michelle Louise, 36, of Richmond, recently of Hollywood, Calif., went to be with the Lord after a fight with breast cancer. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Clifford O. Vincent. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Dunn ("Dick" and "Donny"); her brother, Mark R. Dunn of Richmond; and her brother, Michael-Vincent Dunn of Atlanta, Ga. Michelle was born June 8, 1971 in Muskegon, Mich. She moved to Richmond with her family at age 6, and attended Bon Air Elementary and Robious Junior High. She was a member of Huguenot Road Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Monacan High School and an honor graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in computer science and a minor in psychology. Following graduation, she accepted a position at Dahlgren as a systems analyst on the Tomahawk Missile program, and lived in Fredericksburg. She later moved to California, where she worked on military defense programs. Interment was held at Westhampton Memorial Park.


This obituary was originally published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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I've missed Michelle over the past few years. She was a good friend to me and took me in when I needed it most. We had fun together; she could be such a goof! Some of my fond memories include: philosophical talks, girl power, talking about guys, running out to get Rainblo gum, watching Sex and the City & crying & laughing, yoga (Michelle was the best instructor), Michelle walking around in my high heel clogs that were way too big for her (sometimes using them to reach things that were...

Michelle and I met when we worked at QCS. We initially started going to the gym together, but our relationship grew from gym buddies to good friends. Over the years, we have always remained in contact with each other. Michelle truly is one of the strongest people I know. Her spirit has been so inspiring. She had so much strength, endurance, persistence, and most of all love to share. It truly hurts my heart that I will never be able to talk to her or see her again, but I am thankful she...

Michelle and I worked together when she was at Dahlgren. At first, we "butted heads" over differences concerning how the project we were working on should be carried out. I thought she was too stubborn and she felt that I was too negative and critical. We spent many hours in the "lab" sitting beside each other, stairing into comupter monitors and working on our project. It was there I really got to know her (we both liked and traded office gossip). She is ten years my...

My condelences go to the Dunn family
for the loss of their loved one,Michelle. May God continue to comfort and protect each and every one of you.

I haven't seen Michelle since high school. I first met her at Robious in the 8th grade. I was a new student and she sat beside me in homeroom. She made me feel accepted and we became good friends.
I remember her well. Her smile, love for Billy Idol, and her ability to make me laugh. I am very sorry to hear of this loss.
Prayers of peace and comfort are sent up for her family.

Matthew 5:4
Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.

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