Edward Nunn
1963 - 2017
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Edward L. Nunn passed away unexpectedly December 17, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. Lucky as he was affectionately known was born on September 15, 1963 to Vera "Lois" Nunn and Wayne Albert Nunn of Gary, Indiana. Lucky and his wife Rene where married for over 20 years and passed away together. Lucky was a graduate of Lew Wallace High School class of 1981. He was a former employee of Indiana Sugar and a current employee of Phoenix Professional Office Furniture Store in Phoenix, Arizona. He is preceded in death in his father Wayne Nunn. Lucky is survived by his mother Vera Nunn, brother, Kimmi Nunn, special cousins Arthmus "Corkey" Odie, Dan Johnson and Kenneth Nunn; Aunt and Uncle Wildred and Willie Willis and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 9-2:00 p.m.. Funeral service immediately following at 2:00 p.m. all services at the Guy & Allen Chapel 2959 W. 11th Ave. Interment Evergreen Cemetery.

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Published in Post-Tribune from Jan. 3 to Jan. 5, 2018.
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January 9, 2020
Missing you soo much every year,it's just strange not to have you here with me & Odie to keep us laughing,we will love you forever!Your brother,Joe Floyd
January 8, 2020
My bowling doubles partner and my road dog. Life has not been the same since you've gone. R.I.P. Brother Ed.
Jeffery Mathews
January 10, 2018
To the Nunn Family, I was sadden to hear of my dear friend Lucky's passing. Wow! I'm still shocked. Me and Lucky go way back from high school days and Glen Park, I remembered him as a guy who loved to laugh and have a good time. I believed he was the first guy to get his own car in high school.I hold great memories of him and I will never forget him either. Years later I found out that his mother and my wife worked together @ Ball Glass for some years on B shift. Please know that you all are in my prayers and thought. God bless Rico McGhee
Rico Mcghee
January 8, 2018
I was saddened when I heard that my cousin Lucky and his wife were lost so tragically. I hadn't seen Lucky in many years, but I always remember him being a sweet, kind, boy. My prayers are with Lois, Corkey, family and friends.
Gail Warren
January 6, 2018
Condolences to the family of Edward Lucky NUNN.
I was saddened to learn of his passing. May God provide you the strength, comfort, and peace during your difficult time of bereavement.
Lew Wallace High School
Valencia Davidson
January 6, 2018
To Lois and family, I was so sorry and sadden to hear of the passing of Lucky. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, I pray that God will comfort your hearts in this dark hour of life. God bless, Bernadine
Bernadine McGhee
January 5, 2018
To Deloise and family,deepest sympathy for your loss,Lucky was one of my best friend that I loved like a brother,we grew up together along side his cousin Odie,we had soo much fun and he will be truly missed!I love you my brother,rest in peace,you will never be forgotten!Love,Joe Floyd
Joe Floyd
January 3, 2018
Lucky was one of the kids who played ball, rode bikes, and made trips to the candy store on Chase Street. They had fun, punctuated by the occasional broken window that a parent ensured was replaced, and got scolded and loved by the neighborhood grownups, right along with their own. My sympathy goes to the family and all their friends, and to the childhood buddies that feel this loss so poignantly. May God grant peace to those who have lost a part of themselves, and may Lucky rest with our Savior into eternity.
Dorothy Nevils
January 3, 2018
In my wildest dreams did I think you'd be gone this early RIP my brother. To Dee and family my deepest condolences Lucky was a hell of a guy he definitely didn't deserve this.
Aundre. TwoTon Jackson
January 3, 2018
My best friend for over 50 yes is gone very sad Eric
Eric Kemp
January 3, 2018
All I can say is wow! This is unbelievable!! When I first heard the news, I didn't want to believe it and I held out a glimmer of hope that it wasn't true...even though the news was delivered to me by my brother. Well this makes it official, my boy is gone! To me, Lucky was the "Black Fonzi", tough as nails on the outside, but was a kind soul on the inside. I remember our sports battles as youngsters, like fighting for the title of "The Blacktop Homerun King", or the Kingpin of Tri-City Bowl. Luck was an excellent athlete! There was not a sport that the boy could not play, and when I say play, I mean play at the highest level. He was always picked first when we were selecting teams as kids. I will always remember the young man with the red Scwhinn Bike and rocking the Chuck Taylor Cons(Assorted colors). Brother, I love you!! I thank God for bringing you into my life! Now you and your lovely wife can rest in peace, your job here is done. May God comfort the families during this most difficult time.
Remember God is able and does answer prayer!
Jeff Riley
January 3, 2018
January 3, 2018
Lucky a brother and a dear Friend. I will miss you brother. We had good times while growing up! Beach Bum for life.
Jason Nevils
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