Memorial Service Planned for Pastor Dan Dungan

AUBURN, WA (March 9, 2011) – A memorial service for retired Evangelical Covenant Church pastor Dan Dungan, 66, will be conducted at 2 p.m. March 19 at Midway Community Covenant Church in Des Moines, Washington.

Dungan died March 2. He was born March 8, 1944, in Seattle, Washington. He earned a Bachelor of Education degree from Seattle Pacific University and a Master of Education from the same institution.

He married Doris Bergman on June 24, 1966. She survives.

Following a long public school teaching career, Dungan served as associate pastor at Midway Community Covenant Church in Des Moines. He also served as an interim pastor at Highland Covenant Church in Bellevue, Washington, and Creekside Covenant Church in Redmond, Washington. He was active for many years in the North Pacific Conference Ministerium.

In addition to his wife, Dungan is survived by two children, Tim Dungan and Sara Wolf.

A graveside service was held this morning at the Mountain View Cemetery in Auburn.

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  1. Mr. Dungan was my favorite teacher in middle school at South Shore. I had just moved here from Detroit, Mi. I’m very sad to hear of his passing. Rest in Peace Mr. Dungan…

  2. Favorite teacher of all time!
    West Woodland Elementary,Ballard, WA
    Rest in peace Mr. Dungan…

  3. He was, bar none, the best teacher I have ever had (from 6th – 8th grade. 1977 – 1979)
    The things he taught went beyond school and into one’s life. I have thought of him often over the years.

  4. Dan was a wonderful pastor and friend. We worked together in the Ministerial Association of the NPC for several years, and I was privileged to know him and call him a brother in Christ. He will be sorely missed but we will see him again in the fullness of time. Peace to his memory.

  5. Dan was a good man. It was obvious that he loved God and people. He was an outstanding teacher as well. He taught both of my sons when they were in middle school. When he retired he left a huge hole to be filled on their campus he served because of the way he lead and taught students. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Dan was a Covenant pastor. I will miss Dan.

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