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Donald Eugene Dunahoo

January 20, 1954 ~ February 10, 2021 (age 67)


Donald Eugene Dunahoo

Jan 20, 1954 -Feb 10, 2021

Donald Eugene Dunahoo born Jan 20, 1954 to Randell William Dunahoo and Ida Bell Riggs in Syracuse Kansas. Don spent his early years in Holly Colorado, Lampasas Texas, Arizona and Montana. At the age of 10 Don and his brother Randell Lee Dunahoo moved with his father to Idaho where he has since resided. Don has two half brothers, Martin Davis, Washington State and Don Davis also Washington State.

Don met and married Lorrie Ramey in 1975. Lorrie brought with her to this union a son, Jeremy, who

Don later adopted. Don and Lorrie had two sons Mark William Dunahoo and Mathew Eugene Dunahoo.

Seven grandchildren, Shelby Dunahoo Podesek (Coleton), Kayli Dunahoo Milter (Kasen), Tristen Dunahoo (Zontai), McKenna Dunahoo, Tegan Dunahoo, Kaibree Dunahoo and Tyson Dunahoo, three great granddaughters, Reagan Podesek, Emma Podesek and Nylah Dawn Dunahoo.

Don is survived by his wife Lorrie, Sons Jeremy (Kristi), Mark (Dalyce), Matt (Amanda), 7 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, brothers Randell (Janet), Martin (Jodie) Davis and Don Davis, mother Ida Davis, father in law Ernest (Helen) Ramey, nephew David (Margaret) Dunahoo, sister in law Cindy Ramey Matsen nephew Douglas (Laura) Nessen, niece Rehanna (Adam) Gorringe Purser and sister in law Mary (Scott) Ramey Benton, Nephews Jonathan (Betsy) Benton and Josh Benton, Nephews Bill (Cheynne) Plew, Wayne Plew, Steven Plew.

Don was preceded in death by his father Randell, mother in law Gwynne Ramey, maternal and paternal grandparents, a niece Missy Dunahoo, sister in law Roxanna Plew, several uncles and aunts, and great grandson Luke Podesek.

Don was an avid outdoorsman and loved hunting, fishing, camping, and 4-wheeling. He loved to share those passions with anyone he met. You could often find Don with his constant companion Ruger and his good friend Alan Maxwell driving around our desert exploring. Don tumed to woodworking after his retirement from masonry and made many beautiful treasures for Lorrie and their grandchildren.

There will be no service at this time per Don's request. Cremation and spreading of ashes at his favorite hunting spot will take place later this summer.

Arrangements are under the direction of Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary

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