Obituary for Mrs. Denise Karen Dunn-King

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Mrs. Denise Karen Dunn-King

June 17, 1961 - November 4, 2019

Denise Karen Dunn-King was born June 17th, 1961 in Dallas, Texas to the late Edwin Dunn and the late Charlesetta Cox.

Denise accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and regularly attended Antioch Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas where she served in the Greeters Ministry, Decision Team Ministry, and Women’s Ministry.

Denise was happily married to Rev. Michael King for 28 years until his earthly departure. They loved each other and cherished their union. God blessed her to co-minister with her husband, along with sons Christopher & Brian.

Denise devoted her time to her family, her church, and her vocation at Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP. She loved spreading God’s Word and being an example of a Godly woman. She touched countless lives in her journey and will forever be cherished by many.

Denise is survived by her Sons, Christopher (Shondrieka) and Brian;
Loving cousin, Michelle; Nieces and Nephew, Rochelle, Derek (Katie), Nicole, and Raquel (Daniel); and a host of family and friends.

 

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Date: Thursday, November 7, 2019

Time: 10:00 am

Lincoln Memorial Cemetery

Address:

8100 Fireside Drive, Dallas, TX, 75217

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Born: June 17, 1961
Died: November 4, 2019

Condolences for Mrs. Denise Karen Dunn-King

Dr. Keisha Lankford posted on 11/12/19

Our sincerest condolences Family. Your mother was a fabulous woman, and through you, it shows. Please allow those precious memories to comfort you through eternity.

 

Karen Bishop posted on 11/9/19

I just don’t have words to explain my sadness at the passing of my high school friend, and work friend. She was always smiling, and I’m glad that when we talked I would always say said something to make her laugh. She will surely be missed. I send my condolences to her family, and pray for your comfort in the upcoming days. Denise is resting in the arms of God. Shalom my friend.

 

LaTisha McGrew posted on 11/8/19

I meet Mrs. King when (Deshaunta, son’s Izayah) played basketball league at the church (Antioch Fellowship MBC)! Felt like I being knowing her all my life, she didn’t meet a stranger, we would see each other at church hug & catch up! I’m going to miss seeing you💔.. My condolences to her sons, she loved her boys & were so proud of them❤️

 

Sharon Taylor posted on 11/7/19

I miss Denise’s witty words and warm smile. She was truly a woman of God. Family, you’re in my prayers and Brian, I’m just a phone call away. God bless you all and may God keep you.

 

Maxey David posted on 11/6/19

Praying for the family. Dr.David and Shirley Maxey Family.

 

Deshaunta Hadnot posted on 11/6/19

Sis. King was a wonderful women, mother/ grandmother. She was kind and humble. Izayah and myself loved her so much. Her passing has brought sorrow to a lot of lives whom she touched. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL :( . RIH DK ~DeShaunta & Izayah

 

Pamela Harden - Antioch Greeter - Dallas, TX posted on 11/6/19

Brian and Chris, Your mom was truly special and made a difference as an Antioch Greeters. She would brighten my day whenever she spoke of you with so much love. I didn’t know her before she joined the Greeters Ministry but after she joined, I always noticed her and the wonderful Joy and Love she shined with. She was a blessing to know and will truly be missed. Thank you for sharing her with us. For me personally, she walked as an example and without a word, I knew she was a servant of our Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus. I’m so glad our paths crossed. Matthew 25:23 (KJV) 23 His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.

 

Kimberly Robbins-Thomas posted on 11/6/19

I'm very sorry to hear about the death of my dear old friend whom I met while living in Dallas area. My prayers are for strength for her wonderful sons.

 

Cookie Cox posted on 11/5/19

I am deeply saddened to hear of the home going of my sweet cousin. I pray God's strength and peace on her sons Chris and Brian. They stood by their mom till the end. Beautiful act of love guys. You two are the best! Much love to both of you.😘😘😘

 

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