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In Tribute to Cmdr. Patrick S. Dunn
39 years old.   Residence: Springfield, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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Pat's nickname in High School was "Howdy Doody". He was one of my best friends. He and I were classmates in the NJROTC program at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Edison, New Jersey. After graduation he went on to attend the U.S. Naval Academy. Pat would come by and visit between school breaks and then on leaves. We had good times. Pat was dedicated to his family and his friends. I will always remember Pat.

*** Posted by Michael Poggioli on 2006-09-22 ***


I had you and Stephanie in my thoughts and prayers for much of today. My Mother, Peggy Clark, still talks about how much fun she had with you growing up and how you never missed a good party. Well, I am you sure found a good party where you are now. We miss you so much and we will never forget!


*** Posted by Tom Ryan on 2006-09-11 ***

I had the privledge of serving with Pat when he was an Ensign on the USS Inchon (LPH-12). I was a Chief at the time, and I recall how we in the Chief's Mess would take turns at trying to "spin-up" the Ensign. We all treasured him as a Shipmate, and delighted in his sense of humor in both receiving and giving pranks. The one thing that I remember most about Pat was his true concern for the men in his division. As the Chief Master-at-Arms I had many occasions to deal with him in regards to one of his Sailors getting into trouble. I can't remember the number of times he would come into my office and ask me to not push forward with a report chit, and I even remember getting my butt chewed by the XO a couple of times when I managed to lose the paperwork on one of Pat's men. He truely cared for his men and it showed in everything he did. I am proud to have served with him, and feel honored to have had him as a Shipmate. With great respect, Hal Oakley

*** Posted by CDR Hal Oakley on 2006-09-11 ***

Remembering Patrick Dunn and all who died this day. God Bless you all

*** Posted by Barry Dunne - UK on 2006-09-11 ***

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