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Andrew Dunn

Sunday, August 29th, 1943 Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

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Obituary for Andrew Leo Dunn

Andrew Leo Dunn (Andy), 76, of Sharpsburg, Maryland, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 5:30am at Doey’s House in Hagerstown.

He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on August 29, 1943 and graduated from Glen Burnie High School. He proudly served in the US Navy from 1961 - 1965.

Towards the end, it was a long, and difficult battle. With his true stubbornness, he fought to the very end. We are grateful to the Hospice of Washington County and Doey’s House for supporting him and by extension us, that he could pass peacefully, and with dignity at the end.

After a long career as a truck mechanic, he was elected and sworn in as an Orphan Court Judge of Washington County, Maryland in 2019. We were all very proud of this accomplishment, and he was honored to be able to give back to the community in this way.

He was a good man who enjoyed the simple things in life and had a heart of gold. His vast generosity and his honesty and sincerity were legendary. He’d tell you what he thought, even if you didn’t want to hear it. He was honest to the core and well respected for it.

He was intelligent and determined, being able to do anything he put his mind to. He even built his own house with his bare hands. He was always joking, fun-loving, outgoing, and made friends everywhere he went.

He was also an avid and skilled pool player. He was an active member of several pool organizations and competed weekly in team tournaments, side-by-side with his son Craig, all while coaching and mentoring others. He even shot with the Black Widow in Las Vegas.

He leaves behind his wife Theresa, son Craig and his wife Robin, his daughter Gina and her husband Jeroen, his grandchildren, Stef, Cameron, Nick, and Jasper, his step-granddaughter, his Jessica, his brothers, Jimmy and Teddy, and his many, many friends. He was predeceased by a brother Johnny.

He wishes to spend eternity among the crabs in the Chesapeake Bay, so his ashes will be spread there by his family in a private ceremony. The Bay is a place he treated as his second home and is special to our entire family. We will grant this wish for him.

In lieu of memorial gifts, his wish was that donations be made to the SPCA “because animals are our true friends”.

In our hearts, we know that he’s out there, shooting some pool before heading out crabbing, and hanging out with his brother Johnny. While we’re going to miss him – we know he is finally at peace.

Dad, we will miss you every day.
-Craig and Gina Dunn

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William Wenner

My favorite memory is when Andy called a timeout on me in pool and said Butch a skill 7 showed me this ... and it's a defense shot ... everytime this shot comes up I will remember this forever ... Andy was a good pool player and a great friend .... going to really miss him on the pool table .... he played with alot of heart .... Andy you will be deeply missed ... enjoy shooting them racks of 8 ball in heaven .. RIP
Comment | Posted at 06:39pm via Condolence

Chad Ault

Andy was truly one of a kind. I met Craig and Andy both through pool probably 8-10 years ago and things just kind of took off from there. We instantly connected, ended up making plans to get our own team together and we followed through with it becoming teammates. Pool shooting actually developed into one of the best friendships anyone can ask for as I became close with the Dunn family. Andy immediately opened his home to me, inviting me over to shoot pool, told me to bring my son over anytime to play with his grandkids Nick and Cameron, told me to make sure I bring bathing suits so we could all get in the pool. It was kind of like I had known him my whole life after only a few short months. Something as simple as that shows the kind of heart he had and pride he took in friendships. Over the years I could see Andy wasn’t feeling the greatest, even routinely checked up on him through Craig at work, but you could never tell by talking to him because Andy always joked around and made sure to have you smiling or laughing before he ended the conversation. I only wish I could’ve met Andy sooner, so that I could’ve had a longer friendship with him but I will cherish the memories made with him. I am happy to know he is finally at peace, although we all feel the void and emptiness in our hearts with his passing. The world would be a much better place if we had more people like Andy. Rest easy my friend, until we meet again.
Comment | Posted at 09:45am via Condolence

Gina Dunn

The memories I have of growing up as this amazing man's daughter are endless. He taught me so many things and made sure that I had joy in my life. He was selfless with our entire family. He loved my son Jasper so much and told me countless times he was proud of how we were raising him. He always gave me freedom even from a young age, to make my own choices, suffer my own mistakes, and learn from them. Would NEVER judge me. He didn't blink an eye when I moved across the world to the Netherlands 16 years ago and made 2 trips to visit me here (once even alone). It's because of him I am who I am.

I will cherish my life growing up with the things he gave me. All the animals he rescued for me (even rescued a slaughterhouse chicken for me to have as a pet, named him Lucky), the pony he got me and answered this little girl's dream. He taught me to love the Chesapeake Bay from the moment I was born, to catch my own crabs and steam them, he made me my own mini pool stick as a child to teach me to play pool at a young age.

I remember that one time he bet me that he could beat me at a game of pool if he used a broom handle in his family room. And damnit he won that game. I was outraged haha I remember being at a bar in Baltimore with him and he bargained with the owner to let me in as a teenager. He bet some random guy I could beat him at a pool game (she's just a kid she can't win, right?), and he sat back, big smile and laughing, and watched while I kicked that guys butt. That was an awesome memory. He was amazing and talented and the best man I've ever known.

There never could have been enough time in the world to spend together. I love you so much Dad and will miss you every single day of my life but I'm glad you are no longer suffering. You deserved the peace you wanted. I promise to share all the things you taught me with Jasper and raise him like you did me.
Comment | Posted at 08:43am via Condolence

William Seifert

Craig and family,
I’m truly sorry to hear of your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Bill Seifert
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