David A. Dunning Sunday, December 15, 1946 - Friday, July 28, 2017

David A. Dunning, 70, of Tarentum, passed away Friday, July 28, 2017 at home unexpectedly. He was born December 15, 1946 in Harrison Township son of the late Charles and Gladys L. (Reedy) Dunning. David lived most of his life in Tarentum and worked in the maintenance at Top Craft Industries. He was a veteran of Vietnam serving in the US Air Force. David was of the Protestant faith and a graduate of Tarentum High School. He enjoyed model trains and was a toy collector. David was a nature lover and enjoyed feeding all wildlife and birds. Survivors include his wife of 5 years, Rebecca S. (Legersky) Dunning; daughters Suzanne (Duane) Crumbacher,Midwest City, Oklahoma, Rebecca (Greg) Sanders, Ragley, Louisiana; grandchildren Katrina, Mercy, Amanda and Nathan; step children Sarah (Brandon) Hetherton, Rural Valley, Joshua Silvis, Tarentum, Benjamin (Jennifer) Silvis, North Apollo, Micah Silvis, Vandergrift and Kathryn (Daniel) Clawson, East Vandergrift; step grandchildren Riley, Marley, Cole, Liam, Keegan, Mason and Jonathan. Also surviving are his siblings Linda (Bob) Bolt, Natrona, Paul (Laura) Dunning, Valdosta, GA, Phyllis Leone, Staunton, VA, Fred (Nora) Dunning, Verona and Karen Beckett, Natrona Heights. Visitation 2-4 and 6-8PM Sunday in the Duster Funeral Home, Inc. 347 E 10th Ave, Tarentum, 724-224-1526 where services will be held on Monday 11 AM with Rev. Robert B. Walker, officiating. Burial Tuesday, August 1 at 11 AM in the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies, Cecil Twp. VISIT: dusterfuneralhomeinc.com

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Thank you Dave for loving and caring for my sister and her family.  You were a true blessing for them.  I am glad I got to know you and I wish we could have played music together.  You will never be forgotten.