Kenneth L. Dunham

Born: Mon., Aug. 28, 1950
Died: Sat., Apr. 28, 2018


4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Thu., May 03, 2018
Location: Scandia Covenant Church

Memorial Service

6:00 PM Thu., May 03, 2018
Location: Scandia Covenant Church

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Kenneth L. Dunham, age 67, of Scandia, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at home in Scandia, where he and his family have resided for forty-one years. Kenny was born August 28, 1950 in Warren, PA, the son of the late Lewis H. and Mary E. (Carr) Dunham. A lifelong area resident, Kenny was a 1968 graduate of Warren High School, and then attended Williamsport Community College for two years. He then worked at the Warren county Dairy, Smith Buick Olds, Deluxe Metal and then as a Machinist at the National Forge Company for thirty-two years, from which he retired. Kenny ejoyed the outdoors. He loved the Hodge Run, where he spent countless time hunting deer, and he really loved to hunt turkeys. He enjoyed camping and ridng dirt bikes. He was a former member of the Scandia Volunteer Fire Department, and an active member of the Scandia Covenant Church. Kenny was a loving husband, father, and a very proud grandfather. He is survived by his wife, Susan M. (Mosher) Dunham; three daughters, Jennifer Downing and her husband, Jeff, of Kansas City, MO.,Lori Nimmon and her husband Dan, of Mountville, PA; and Julie Woods, of Warren; two brothers, his twin brother Keith Dunham and his wife Lynn, of Tiona, and brother Craig Dunham, of Warren; two grandsons, Jackson and Connor; and three granddaughters, Victoria, Jillian, and Chloe; several nieces and nephews; and many friends. In addition to Kenny's parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Fred Dunham in 2012, and by an infant sister, Mary Lou Dunham. Friends will be received at the Scandia Covenant Church on Thursday, May 3, 2018, from 4-6 pm, at which time a memorial service will be held there with Rev. Jon Meyer, pastor, officiating. The family suggests memorial donations be made to the Scandia Covenant Church 18 Peterson Road, Russell, PA, 16345, or the Scandia Volunteer Fire Department, 5950 Scandia Road, Russell, PA 16345. Those wishing to send e-condolences may do so by visiting

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Ron and Sharon
   Posted Sun April 29, 2018
Sending love and sincere sympathy to all of you in Kenny’s passing. We’ve been reminiscing today about all the great times we spent together over the last 40 years. We have lost a very dear friend! God has wrapped his loving arms around Kenny as he welcomed him into his Heavenly home! As we were traveling to Ohio this morning, we saw an eagle sitting in a tree. After taking a photo of the majestic bird, I told Ron, maybe it’s Kenny letting us know all is well! God bless you all in your time of grief.

Jerry & Suky Bancroft
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
I grew up a few blocks away from Kenny and our paths crossed many times during the years! From playing as kids to hunting Hodge run and dealing on cars and trucks over the years! Always made me laugh! Here is a poem my dad wrote when he was sick!

Home is the Hunter,Home from the hill
His gun and bow now lie still

His feet no longer trod the Hodge
He's fast asleep in Heavens Lodge.

Kenny would appreciate that thought RIP Kenny

Vickie Surdyk
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
Very sorry for your loss. Kenny was a wonderful man, he will be missed my many. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Pam Dickey
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
Sue and family , our heartfelt condolences on the passing of Kenny. It puts my heart at ease to know that Dennis has a hodge friend with him now. I’m sure they are preparing their own little hodge up there for when the others join them. Prob having a ton of fun like we all know they do!! Still I know it is so hard to let them go but I’m sure. they are back to their devilish selves and we should be happy for that. Katey was so excited with the note Kenny put on the card you sent her and quite upset to know he wouldn’t be able to follow through with holding her baby as he did her. All the kids send their sympathy and wish you all the best. Take care!! Pam and family.

Kim Downing
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
Thinking of you and your family during this time of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Pete, Kim, Lindsey and Joseph

Kevin and Sheryl Sudul
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018
Sue and Family, We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. I got the chance to chat with Kenny when he was in WGH, I always looked forward our talks. We was such a nice, nice man. May the love from family and friends and happy memories comfort you at this sad time.

Stacy (Cottillion) Confer
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018
So very sorry to hear of your husbands passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

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