Amanda Sue "Mandy" Gunn
Amanda "Mandy" Sue Gunn
McPherson - Amanda "Mandy" Sue Gunn, 43, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021, at Pleasant View Home, Inman.
Mandy was born in Dodge City, Kansas, on January 1, 1978, the daughter of Jeanne (Landers) Stull and James Frederick "Peter" Gunn.
Mandy attended school in both Dodge City and McPherson, Kansas, and graduated from McPherson High School in 1999. Mandy worked as an artist for The Clayworks in McPherson since its opening. Mandy enjoyed participating in the Special Olympics every year and her mother was the coach for her bowling team. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, McPherson. She loved making art for people when not spending time with her friends and staff at both Disability Supports in McPherson and at Pleasant View Home in Inman.
She is survived by her brother Michael Gunn, of Yoder, Kansas; David Gunn and his wife Danielle Gunn, of Burbank, California; her three nieces Allyson Messersmith and her husband Casey Messersmith; Emma Gunn, and Lily Gunn; and her two nephews Elliott Gunn and Peter Gunn.
Mandy was preceded in death by her parents, Jeanne (Landers) Stull and James "Peter" Gunn.
There will be a celebration of life at First United Methodist Church, McPherson, KS, on Friday, June 25th, at 10 a.m., with Reverend Emily Cannon officiating. In order to care for Mandy's family and friends, the family requests that those attending please wear facial protection. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Disability Supports of the Great Plains, 501 E. Northview, McPherson, KS 67460 in memory of Mandy.
Published by Dodge City Daily Globe from Jun. 17 to Jun. 18, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
First United Methodist Church
1200 East Kansas Avenue, McPherson, KS
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David, Michael, and family . . . We were so sorry to learn of the death of Mandy. She was a joy to know, with her mischievous smile. She was in our First United Methodist "TWOS" Sunday School Class, and normally had an infectious smile. A memorable time, but concerning time as well, was when she was not to be seen in the room one Sunday, but "lo and behold" we discovered her, laughing and "happy as a lark" sitting inside the oven of the wooden play stove. A few years later she became a part of our Church Children´s Cherub Choir. She was "special" in so many ways, and we enjoyed seeing her mature and develop her artwork, some of which we purchased and have in our home. May your fond memories always warm your hearts (her joyous smile and hugs are our treasured memories), and may you find comfort and strength in God´s amazing healing grace. Love and Prayers, Van and Mary Lett
Van and Mary Lett of Salina (formerly Dodge City)
June 22, 2021
I’m so glad Mandy had such strong supporters in her life and provided joy to so many of us throughout her life.
Teresa Miller
June 21, 2021
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