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'''Dale Michael Dunfee'''<br>
 
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'''12 May 1944 - 02 Nov 1992'''<br>
 
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DUNFEE, Dale Michael born In Whitley County, IN, May 12, 1944, to Edith L. and the late Paul H. Dunfee. His schooling was in Whitley County and graduated from Ball State University with a B.A. degree. He came to Florida and taught school in Tampa and got his Masters degree from South Florida University. His last employment was with Stephan Holstein, P.A., a certified public accounting firm. He is survived by his mother, Edith; brothers, Frank and Marshall; nieces and nephews and his friends, Kath Guimond, Tim Waite, Bruce Upson and Stephan Holstein. Memorials to Charity: Father Williams F. Collins O.F.M. St. Coleman Church, 1200 S. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062 or Povarello Center, 2292 Wilton Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33505. Services are being arranged by Smith & Sons Funeral Home, 207 N. Main St., Columbia City, IN 46725 (219) 244-7601.<ref>''South Florida Sun Sentinel'' (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.12</ref>
 
DUNFEE, Dale Michael born In Whitley County, IN, May 12, 1944, to Edith L. and the late Paul H. Dunfee. His schooling was in Whitley County and graduated from Ball State University with a B.A. degree. He came to Florida and taught school in Tampa and got his Masters degree from South Florida University. His last employment was with Stephan Holstein, P.A., a certified public accounting firm. He is survived by his mother, Edith; brothers, Frank and Marshall; nieces and nephews and his friends, Kath Guimond, Tim Waite, Bruce Upson and Stephan Holstein. Memorials to Charity: Father Williams F. Collins O.F.M. St. Coleman Church, 1200 S. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062 or Povarello Center, 2292 Wilton Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33505. Services are being arranged by Smith & Sons Funeral Home, 207 N. Main St., Columbia City, IN 46725 (219) 244-7601.<ref>''South Florida Sun Sentinel'' (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.12</ref>
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DALE MICHAEL DUNFEE, 48, of Fort Lauderdale died Monday at the Broward General Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. A native of Columbia City, Ind., he moved to Fort Lauderdale from Tampa. He was a computer programmer and operator at Steven Holstein CPA in Fort Lauderdale. He was formerly a teacher in Sarasota and Tampa and host at the Tampa International Airport Marriott Hotel. He was a member of the Laud Christian Church and the Columbia City Chapter Order of DeMolay, both in Columbia City. He is survived by his mother, Edith L. of Columbia City; two brothers, Marshall G. of Columbia City and Frank L of Fort Wayne, Ind.; three nieces; and two nephews. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City, Ind.<ref>''The Tampa Tribune'' (Tampa, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.2</ref>
 
DALE MICHAEL DUNFEE, 48, of Fort Lauderdale died Monday at the Broward General Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. A native of Columbia City, Ind., he moved to Fort Lauderdale from Tampa. He was a computer programmer and operator at Steven Holstein CPA in Fort Lauderdale. He was formerly a teacher in Sarasota and Tampa and host at the Tampa International Airport Marriott Hotel. He was a member of the Laud Christian Church and the Columbia City Chapter Order of DeMolay, both in Columbia City. He is survived by his mother, Edith L. of Columbia City; two brothers, Marshall G. of Columbia City and Frank L of Fort Wayne, Ind.; three nieces; and two nephews. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City, Ind.<ref>''The Tampa Tribune'' (Tampa, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.2</ref>
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Dale Michael Dunfee
12 May 1944 - 02 Nov 1992
South Florida Mustangs Memorial Panel 2LL

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DUNFEE, Dale Michael born In Whitley County, IN, May 12, 1944, to Edith L. and the late Paul H. Dunfee. His schooling was in Whitley County and graduated from Ball State University with a B.A. degree. He came to Florida and taught school in Tampa and got his Masters degree from South Florida University. His last employment was with Stephan Holstein, P.A., a certified public accounting firm. He is survived by his mother, Edith; brothers, Frank and Marshall; nieces and nephews and his friends, Kath Guimond, Tim Waite, Bruce Upson and Stephan Holstein. Memorials to Charity: Father Williams F. Collins O.F.M. St. Coleman Church, 1200 S. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062 or Povarello Center, 2292 Wilton Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33505. Services are being arranged by Smith & Sons Funeral Home, 207 N. Main St., Columbia City, IN 46725 (219) 244-7601.[1]


DALE MICHAEL DUNFEE, 48, of Fort Lauderdale died Monday at the Broward General Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. A native of Columbia City, Ind., he moved to Fort Lauderdale from Tampa. He was a computer programmer and operator at Steven Holstein CPA in Fort Lauderdale. He was formerly a teacher in Sarasota and Tampa and host at the Tampa International Airport Marriott Hotel. He was a member of the Laud Christian Church and the Columbia City Chapter Order of DeMolay, both in Columbia City. He is survived by his mother, Edith L. of Columbia City; two brothers, Marshall G. of Columbia City and Frank L of Fort Wayne, Ind.; three nieces; and two nephews. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City, Ind.[2]

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  1. South Florida Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.12
  2. The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, FL) Friday, 06 Nov 1992, p.2