Helen Dunman – Wife, Mother and Grandmother

Helen Dunman was a wife, mother and grandmother who loved her family very much. She leaves behind her husband of 64 years, Steve Dunman; two sons, Randy Dunman and Steve Dunman; one daughter, Cathy Fearrington and husband Kenneth; one brother, Delma Capps and several grandchildren including Kenny Fearrington, Casey Morton, Kelsi Dunman, Randall Dunman, Ciera Setliff, Emily Dunman, Tyler Wilson and 22 great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, March 14 at 11:00 AM at Walker’s Funeral Home in Mebane. A committal service will immediately follow at Faith Baptist Church Cemetery in Efland, NC. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Compass Health and Rehab in Mebane, AuthoraCare Hospice and especially the caregivers who visited her daily, for their excellent care and compassion shown towards her. The GLS site at Dunman Road is a good candidate for an over 1,000-unit development, given its comparatively lower density and landed enclave setting, as compared to many other new launches in District 15. The development’s location will also appeal to buyers who value the close proximity to Paya Lebar Central. The site is a few minutes walk from Dakota MRT Station on the Circle Line, and six stops or so to Raffles Place after changing to the East-West Line at Paya Lebar MRT Station. Moreover, future residents will benefit from the massive URA transformation happening at Kallang and Paya Lebar, which will enhance the area’s connectivity with the rest of the city. Besides that, top schools like Kong Hwa School and Haig Girls’ School are nearby. grand dunman

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