Jeffery Heath Dunn

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September 10, 1970 — July 19, 2020

Our dearest husband, father, son and friend, Jeffrey Heath Dunn, finished his five-year battle with cancer. He passed away peacefully at his home Sunday, July 19, 2020, called to Heaven by our Heavenly Father.

Heath is survived by his wife Dwan Michelle Dunn, youngest son Zachary Dunn, son Patrick Connally, daughter Melanie Luttrell, father and step-mother Bill and Brenda Dunn, mother Sherri Knight, brother Brian Emerson, aunt Linda Dunn several cousins, nephew, nieces, The Ortiz Family, and closest friends that were like family.

He met his future wife Michelle at Marty McFlys at happy hour where Heath enjoyed playing pool. It was love at first sight when he saw Michelle. They were married August 30, 2010. They were blessed to have birthed their miracle child Zachary on May 21, 2013. Heath was and always will be Zachary’s number one hero.

Heath was born September 10, 1970, in Mesquite Texas to parents Bill Dunn and Sharon Knight. After graduating high school, Heath began his career in fire and water damage restoration alongside his father. In October 2019, he received his license as an independent adjuster, unfortunately he was unable to continue his dream due to his illness. He intended to work side by side with his wife. Heath had a deep passion for motorcycles. When he was not on his bike he was on the lake boating, at family BBQs, watching Zachary swim, or going to the beach, but most importantly loved spending time with his family. He loved to dance and sing to every song, even if he didn’t know the words he would make them up as he’d go. He loved his Route 44 Dr. Pepper’s — most people loved coffee but it was a part of his morning ritual. He also enjoyed Wendy’s chocolate frosty, cheesecake, spaghetti, chili, apple pies, mom’s enchilada casserole and his famous jambalaya, which no one knew his secret recipe.

Heath was a dreamer and always making plans to do things with his family. He definitely made his mark on the world with whomever he came in contact with. He never met a stranger. He was always thinking about his wife Michelle — that meaning he would call her just to say “What are you doing?” even though he knew exactly what she was doing, just to hear her voice and if he couldn’t get a hold of her he would call someone else to ask them the same thing.

He truly was one of a kind and will forever be in our hearts.

Funeral service was held Thursday, July 23, 2020 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home, Marble Falls, Texas, and burial was at the Marble Falls City Cemetery, Marble Falls, Texas.

Online condolences may be made at clementswilcoxfuneralhome. com.