John Robert Dunham

January 10, 1958 – March 30, 2014

John Robert Dunham passed away in Marysville, California, on Sunday, March 30 2014 at the age of 56.

John is survived by his loving parents Joan Dunham of Live Oak, California, and Lt Colonel James Dunham (USAF retired) of Issaquah, Washington; his brothers James Dunham of Glastonbury, Connecticut, and Jeffrey (Marilyn) Dunham of Portland, Oregon; and his niece Angela Dunham.

John was born at Dreux Air Force Base in France on January 10, 1958.

He grew up on Beale Air Force Base.  He attended Bear River Junior High School and Wheatland High School where he played basketball, football and baseball. John enjoyed athletics and excelled at every sport he chose to participate in. He was well known for his tremendous physical abilities.

He developed a love of music and learned to play the guitar at an early age. This passion grew and he went on to write music and produce records in San Francisco, California.

John worked in the Hotel Industry for many years in Los Gatos, CA and in San Francisco  where he was Concierge at the Fairmont Hotel.

May he rest in Peace.

7 thoughts on “Obituary

  1. Carlos Krüger

    You and your family are in our prayers, I’m so sorry to hear of John’s passing. May the memories of John help you find peace.

  2. Tracy Pesicka

    The Dunham family,
    You are in my prayers, may you find peace.
    I am so deeply saddened of John’s passing.
    My special memories of John will live on forever.
    Rest in peace dear sweet John.

  3. Les & Linda Tinius

    Prayers to the Dunham family. May John’s gifts to us last forever, rest in peace John.

  4. Phil Buck

    Many fond memories of John particularly as a Fairwood G&CC schoolmate and close pal of my guitar playing son Brad. John’s smile lit up the room.He and his family are in my prayers.

  5. Kelli Lale

    I am saddened to hear of John’s passing. Thank you for sharing his music and photos. May you rest in peace John


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