Daniel M. Dunlap - 80

7/3/1937 - 3/6/2018



  • Laurie (Dunlap) Krueger (& Loren & Peter)

    on 03/07/18

    Oh, Dennis, Debbie, Kathy & Mary Ann and family,

    We are so, so very sorry for your loss.  It feels like our loss too since he was our dad's only living sibling.  I/We have so many fond memories.  I really wish we could be there for you, but totally understand.  Please know we are praying for you all. We love you and will continue to pray for you.  Laurie (Dunlap) Krueger & Loren and Peter

  • Steve and Rosie Curtis

    on 03/08/18

    Please accept our deepest sympathy for the loss of your father.   Your dad always had a smile and a greeting.    

  • Bernie and Bridget (Broderick) Bodoh

    on 03/08/18

    Thinking of all of you at this difficult time. Many good memories of Pineway days and your dad's fun personality and great smile. Deepest sympathy and hugs!
  • Jack and Val Glotfelty

    on 03/08/18

    Your Dad was a "special" guy and instrumental in guiding so many young people in the right direction while working at Pineway, including our boys, Scott and Aaron.  He helped both of the boys out when they needed jobs during the summer while in college and even after graduating and couldn't find a job, he was there for them.  They respected him for teaching them good work ethics. Jack loved the fun times they had together on the golf course at Oregon Golf Club.  Jack always teased him about being older than him (one month) and also about being a Packer's fan when Jack was an avid Bear's fan.  They shared many good memories, which will not be forgotten.  We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time in your lives.  He will be missed!  God bless you all.


  • Sara Martin

    on 03/08/18

    Am so saddened to hear about your Dad's passing. He was always so fun and made the day brighter. Once he gave me a set of the mini Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls from the store. I was so touched by that sweet gesture. I cherish them. I have great memories of him singing karaoke and his cheerful disposition. He was always ready to help anyone and never met a stranger. I will continually miss him. He was a great man. You have my deepest sympathies.
  • Merna Farver Lang

    on 03/08/18

    My father "Sully" worked in the meat dept at Pineway for many years.  Always enjoyed and respected your Dad.  My sympathy to all of you.  He will be missed.

    Merna Farver Lang

  • Merna Farver Lang

    on 03/08/18

    My father "Sully" worked in the meat dept at Pineway for many years.  Always enjoyed and respected your Dad.  My sympathy to all of you.  He will be missed.

    Merna Farver Lang

  • Pat & Woody Mott

    on 03/08/18

    Kathy, Todd and family,

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family's comfort at this sad time.

  • Joann Adamson

    on 03/08/18

     Dennis, Debbie, Kathy, Maryanne and families,

    I just now heard of Dan's passing it was a shock to hear for sure.  Kathy when you feel like it I would like to chat with you sometime,  If you could email me I would appreciate it very much.  I will miss our talks with him on the phone.  Hugs to all of you.  Joann Adamson

  • Shari Stump (Kunde)

    on 03/09/18

    I am so sorry to hear of Dan's passing. I have very many fond memories of him. He was my first boss at Pineway when I first graduated highschool. He was a joy to work with and always had a smile on his face. Please know I am thinking of you all

  • Tom Stone

    on 03/09/18

    So sorry for your loss . Always a kind smile and friendly greeting from a super guy. Family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers .

  • Phil Weimer

    on 03/10/18

    Dan was such a great guy, he will be missed by all those who knew him.

  • Kevin Groenhagen

    on 03/11/18

    Dennis, Debbie, Kathy and Mary Ann:

    I am saddened to learn of your loss.

    I worked for “Big D” and with the four of you at Pineway while I was in high school. I miss those days.

    I hope you realize just how much of a positive influence your father had on those of us who worked for him. During most of the two years I worked at Pineway, I was responsible for unloading the Certified truck on Monday nights and then using a hand truck to take 1,500 or so boxes out to the aisles so the shelves could be stocked. It was hard work, but your father taught me lessons that have benefited me throughout my life.

    Your father once paid me a compliment that I will never forget. It wasn’t “Good job, Kevin” or anything else related directly to my work. Instead, he called me “Kevin Dunlap.” While I would never trade my own father for another, if my father had never existed, I would have wanted one just like Dan Dunlap. 

  • Doug and Caryn Fisher

    on 08/22/18

    We go to St Mary Catholic Church in Oregon, IL.

    We are so sorry for your loss. We miss Dan and still think of him often. He used to sit across the aisle from us in church. He would always have something funny to say to Doug when he would come in and sit down. We wanted you to know how much we miss him and always will. He was a good singer, and we could always hear him. Take care and God Bless.

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