Frank Edward Dunn
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FRANK EDWARD DUNN Frank Edward (Dee) Dunn passed away in Wilmington, NC on August 19, 2020 at the Champions Assisted Living Center, at the well lived age of 97 years. He was predeceased by his parents, Wallace Stanhope and Daca Davis Dunn, his first wife Corinna Bennett Dunn, his brother, Wallace Stanhope Dunn, Jr, and a nephew, Wallace Stanhope Dunn, III. Dee is survived by his wife, Patricia Barber Dunn, two daughters, Deede Dunn Grainger (Ike) and Corinna Dunn Mann (Ted), as well as stepchildren, Susan Mebane Franco (Alan), Betsy Mebane Farmer (Eric), Patricia (Sissy) Mebane Schoettelkotte (Bill), William (Billy) Carter Mebane IV (Sarah), a nephew, Frank Harlowe Dunn, and numerous grand and great grandchildren. Dee attended The McCallie School and Davidson College. His intense interest in aviation led him to become a Naval flight instructor at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in World War II. He will be remembered in many ways - most importantly for his tremendous love for all of his family and his gamesmanship in both golf and cards. He was blessed to have been able to see all his family members - children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren during the last few weeks of his life. His family extends a sincere thank you to the staff at Champions for their care, kindness and support of Dee. Memorials in his honor may be sent to Champions Assisted Living at The Davis Community, Attn: Vicki Rivenbark, 1011 Porters Neck Rd, Wilmington, NC 28411. Interment will be at the First Presbyterian Church in Wilmington. Andrews Mortuary & Crematory is serving the family.

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Published in Wilmington Star-News on Aug. 25, 2020.
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September 4, 2020
Mr. Dunn was a truly special person. I had the privilege to know him in his later years. He was a true gentleman with a warm smile and a positive outlook. His love and dedication to his wife and family was always a part of our conversation. I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Nancy Cunningham
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