In Memory

David Cunningham - Class Of 1969

David Cunningham

DELPHI -- David Robert Cunningham, 60, of Delphi and lifetime Carroll County resident, died Thursday morning, June 2, 2011, at his residence.

He was born May 16, 1951, in Lafayette to the late Robert Jack and Esther Beeke Cunningham. He graduated from Delphi Community High School in 1969.

On July 20, 1980, he married Patricia Kay Caldwell, and she survives.

Mr. Cunningham was a machine operator for Globe Valve in Delphi for more than 31 years. He then was employed at Caterpillar in Lafayette and was also a part-time rural carrier at Delphi post office.

He was a charter member of Delphi First Assembly of God. He had served for more than 15 years as treasurer and president of the Carroll County Bowling League. He was a past coach of local Pony and Little Leagues and had participated in men's softball leagues. He was an auto racing fan and enjoyed bowling.

Surviving with his wife and two daughters, Emily K. Green (husband: Dustin) of Bringhurst and Abby G. Cunningham of Delphi; a son, Quincy A. Cunningham of Shelbyville; and three sisters, Diane Kelly, Debbie Stevens and Karen Salyer (husband: Linzil), all of Delphi.

Also surviving are 4 grandchildren, Ronin, Elijah, Israel and Miles Green. A grandson, Jacoby, preceded him in death.

Visitation is Sunday, from 3-5 p.m. at Delphi First Assembly of God with funeral services following at 5 p.m. with Pastor Brent Oliver officiating. Burial will be at Masonic Cemetery in Delphi. In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions may be made to Delphi First Assembly of God Church. Abbott Funeral Home, Delphi, in charge of arrangements where condolences may be made to

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06/09/11 12:48 PM #1    

Janet Nelson (Allbaugh) (1979)


Although I did not know you well David, I know your wonderful wife. I know that you were a great husband and father and that you will be missed. I pray for your family at this time of their loss. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around them and help them through this time.

Rest in peace and in the Lord's presence David.

Janet and Ron Allbaugh

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