Kieran R. Dunne, Jr.

Kieran R. Dunne, Jr.

August 20, 1954 – May 14, 2022

He was preceded in death by his mother, Marjorie Weldon; father, Kieran Robert Dunne Sr.; and brother, Kevin Dunne. He is survived by his wife, Adela Dunne; son, Steven K. Dunne (Elizabeth); grandchildren, Anna and Ellie Dunne; brothers, Keith Dunne and Kenneth Dunne (Jennifer); sisters: Sr. Kathy Dunne, Roseanne Stein (Mel), Joyce Sheridan (John), and Janet Baglino (Dr. Michael); sisters-in-law: Sherrie Dunne, Antonia Zuroske (Paul), and Anna Olivas Rennolet (Don); and cherished cousins, nieces, nephews, and beloved friends.

Ken graduated from New York University, where he received his Master’s degree in science and a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics and history. Ken began working for Boeing Company in Seattle, Washington and was sent all over the world for his job as a Principal Software Engineer. He spent more than 20 years with the company. He met Adela Olivas Unay on his travels, and married her on April 7, 2000, in Seattle, Washington. They lived all over the United States and even Australia before his retirement, after which they moved to the Midwest.  Ken loved country music, reading books, and watching TV.

VISITATION: Sunday, May 22nd from 12noon to 1pm at the West Center Chapel, with MEMORIAL SERVICE at 1pm.  To view a live broadcast of the Memorial Service, please go to and click the “View Live Cast” button on the home page.



  • Mary E Dunne Posted May 21, 2022 10:03 am

    Kieran Dunne was a very smart man, he also loved the Lord Jesus with all his heart. He was a very good Dad to Steven, and a good grandpa. Adela and family may your memories bring you comfort and peace and May the Lord comfort you .My deepest condolences.

  • sherri dunne Posted May 25, 2022 12:46 pm

    Kieran was so special to me when Kevin died. He let me know that he was there for me and made me feel protected. I believe Kieran and Kevin are rejoicing up in heaven and cheering us on. I know Kevin looked up to his big brother because of his wisdom and patience.

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