Dunn Funeral Home and Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes are family owned and operated. We are committed to providing services for the families we serve with the upmost respect, care and compassion. Today we continue to operate our funeral homes as our founder/father/grandfather Donald E. Dunn did, by treating everyone as if they were family.

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STEPHEN C. DUNN Funeral Director and Embalmer

He graduated from Bowling Green High School in 1964, which was the last class to graduate from the old high school on West Wooster Street. He attended Bowling Green State University from 1966 to 1970 and graduated from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1971, where he was one of two members of the class to receive “special recognition” for interest and ability in embalming. He is currently President of Dunn Funeral Home in Bowling Green. Following graduation Steve served his internship at the former Herman Birkenkamp & Son Funeral Home in Toledo and has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for 45 years. He is past-president of District 7 of the Ohio Funeral Directors Association, a past board member Wood County Cancer Society, the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and the Bowling Green Country Club. He is a member or past member of the National Funeral Director's Association, Ohio Funeral Director’s Associations, the Ohio Embalmer’s Association, Maumee-Bowling Green Elk’s Lodge, the Falcon Club, Bobcat Boosters, BG Blueliners, Classic Chevy Club of America, National Impala Association and was included in “Outstanding Young Men in America” in 1978 and 1983. Steve is the oldest of eight children born to Donald E. and Marian J. (Stevens) Dunn. He and his wife, Becky, a retired nurse, live next door to the funeral home in an 1880’s brick, “Coach House,” which was converted into a home in the 1940’s. They have one son, Stephen Shane and a grandson, Garrett Stephen who they enjoy spending time with. Steve enjoys driving and working on his classic 1958 Chevrolet Impala, his 2002 "retro" Thunderbird, playing golf, listening to 1950's rock and roll music and jet skiing and boating on Lake Erie. He donated a kidney to his youngest brother Tom in 2002 who suffered from kidney disease.

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ROBERT J. PEINERT Funeral Director and Embalmer

He is a 1968 graduate of Otsego High School. He began working for the Croll brothers at Croll Funeral Home in Tontogany, OH while still in high school. He graduated from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1972 and has served as a funeral director and embalmer for over 40 years. He has also been a licensed insurance agent for 25 years. He is currently president and co-owner of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes in Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. Bob served on the Ohio State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers from 1985-1994. He is a member of the OFDA, past president of District #7 Ohio Funeral Directors Association, a committee member of Browning Masonic Community Alzheimer’s Pathways Committee and he serves on the Board of Directors of First Federal Bank of Delta. He was a former volunteer fireman for Washington Twp. and Whitehouse. Bob is also a member Plain Congregational Church in Bowling Green, OH, Rublicon Masonic Lodge #237 Waterville, OH, Scottish Rite, Zenobia Shriners, NRA, Whitehouse A's Model A Club, Black Swamp Chapter of the Veterans Motor Car Club of America. His hobbies are restoring and collecting Model A Ford cars and gardening. He has been married for over 40 years to Jackie (Dill), former elementary school teacher and also licensed funeral director. He has 2 children, Angie Peinert (Jamie) Weber, who is also a licensed funeral director, and Adam (Katrina) Peinert, a surveyor at Mannik & Smith in Maumee, OH. He also enjoys his granddaughters, Maggie, Grace and Charlotte and grandsons, Layne and Chase.

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TIMOTHY R. DUNN Funeral Director and Embalmer

A lifelong resident of Bowling Green. Tim is a graduate of Bowling Green High School 1980, Bowling Green State University 1985 and Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science 1986, in which he graduated cum laude. He has served as a funeral director for over 31 years, and is recognized by Who’s Who in America. He is a member of the N.F.D.A., the O.F.D.A. and past President of the District Seven Funeral Director’s Association. He has also been a licensed Insurance agent for the past 30 years. He is currently vice-president of Dunn Funeral Home Bowling Green and President of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. Tim is a member of the St. Aloysius Catholic Church and attends Dayspring Assembly of God Church Bowling Green. He is also a member of the Bowling Green Exchange Club, Falcon Club, Bobcat Booster Club, BG Blueliner’s Club, Elk’s Lodge #818, Eagles Club and BG Backcourt Booster. He is a former member of the Bowling Green Optimist Club and Country Club. He is also a supporter of the Northwest Ohio Autism Society. He is a past Board Member of the Bowling Green Community Foundation (2003-2008) and past Chairman of the Annual Grants Committee, Bowling Green Parks & Recreation, BGSU Falcon Club Advisory Board. In the fall of 2017 he was appointed to the board of the Bowling Green Convention and Visitors Bureau.Tim is one of three members credited with starting the “Coaches Corner” for Bowling Green State University in support of BGSU Football. While attending BGSU he coached basketball for the 7th grade and freshman teams at Bowling Green junior high school. For over 40 years he has volunteered for the Bowling Green Youth Baseball Association, holding offices as Pee Wee League Commissioner, Grounds Supervisor and fundraising chairman. In 1982 he became President of the league, a title he still maintains today even though his children are no longer participating. From 1985 to 1989 he worked with the City of Bowling Green and the Mayor’s office in developing, fundraising and constructing a new 5 diamond baseball facility at Bowling Green Carter Park which opened in the spring of 1990. Also, he currently is the director of the Bowling Green Adult softball program for the north diamonds at Carter Park. He received the “I Love Bowling Green” award in 1990 from the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and the “Doyt L. Perry” award in 1996 from Bowling Green State University for outstanding contributions to the Falcon Football program. Tim at a young age, grew up working at the Dunn Funeral Home for his father (Donald), brother (Stephen) and uncle (Marvin), mowing the lawn, painting, washing cars and other numerous tasks around the funeral home. He became a licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer in 1986, co-owner and vice-president in 1987. He received his Life/Health Insurance license in 1987, which qualifies him to make pre-arranged funeral contracts with the families he serves. Both Tim and his brother, Steve before him, donated a kidney to their youngest brother, Tom. Tim donated his kidney to Tom on January 12, 2006. In his spare time he enjoys attending Falcon football, basketball and baseball games. His real joy comes from watching his daughter, Mackenzie play volleyball for Oakland University. He is so proud of his first two daughters, Brittany who graduated & played volleyball for Oakland University and has now joined the family business at Dunn Funeral Home, and his second daughter, Ashley who graduated & played volleyball for Bowling Green State University and is now living in Columbus, OH. His son, Tyler played basketball & baseball for BGHS and recently graduated from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and joined the family business in 2017. Tim loves spending time & traveling with his fiancé , Carla, step-daughter, Giana, playing golf, spending quality time with family and vacationing in Phoenix, Arizona. Tim is also, an avid supporter of THE Ohio State Buckeyes.

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JACKIE PEINERT Funeral Director

Jackie is a 1967 Bowling Green High School graduate. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 1971 from BGSU and taught school at Ridge Elementary in BG. She received her Funeral Directors license in 1976. Jackie and her husband Bob have been in the funeral business together since 1972. Jackie is a member of the OFDA, District #7 Ohio Funeral Directors Association where she was a past secretary. Jackie is also a member of Plain Congregational Church in Bowling Green, OH, Whitehouse A’s Model A Club and Black Swamp Chapter of the Veterans Motor Car Club of America. Jackie & Bob have a daughter Angie Peinert (Jamie) Weber who is also a licensed funeral director in the family business and Adam (Katrina) Peinert, a surveyor with Mannik Smith in Maumee, OH. They have 5 grandchildren, Maggie, Grace, Charlotte, Layne & Chase which are the greatest blessings ever.

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ANGIE PEINERT WEBER Funeral Director

Angie is a 1993 graduate of Anthony Wayne High School. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Communications and Business Administration in 1997 from Ashland University. Angie began working at Peinert Funeral Homes in 1997 and received her Funeral Directors license in 1998. She is a member of the Ohio Funeral Directors Association, Northwest Ohio Funeral Directors Association and the District Seven Funeral Directors Association. She attends Fallen Timbers Community Church in Waterville, OH where she sings on the Worship Team. Angie received her Limited Life/Health Insurance license in 1997, which qualifies her to make pre-arranged funeral contracts with the families she serves. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, shopping for bargains, scrapbooking, and crafting. She has been married for 11 years to her husband Jamie. They have 2 daughters, Margaret “Maggie” and Grace

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BRITTANY L. DUNN Funeral Director and Embalmer

Brittany born and raised in Bowling Green, Ohio. She is a 2006 graduate of Bowling Green High School. Brittany attended Oakland University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree in 2010. She then went on to the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, the same school her Uncle Stephen graduated from in 1971, and father Timothy graduated from in 1986. Brittany graduated Cum Laude in 2012 and received her funeral directors and embalmers licenses in 2013. She is currently vice-president of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes in Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. She is a member of The Ohio Funeral Directors Association and the National Funeral Directors Association. Brittany played four years of division I volleyball for the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies. She earned Summit League Defensive Player of the year, 1st team All-Summit league honors, and was voted by her coaches and teammates the team’s most valuable player as a senior. She was on both the Academic Excellence List for Oakland University Athletics and The Summit-League All-Academic Team from 2006-2010. Brittany was the recipient of The Hollie L. Lepley award her senior year. This is the most prestigious award handed out by the Department of Athletics at Oakland University. The award is given to one male and one female student-athlete who have accomplished the highest athletic achievement, academic achievement and community service. She is a longtime volunteer for the Bowling Green Pee Wee League and the Adult Softball Program at Bowling Green Carter Park. She spent many years working at Dunn’s Kiddie Kare, where she still enjoys going back to volunteer. Brittany is a member of the Bowling Green BNI chapter where she currently serves as secretary, BGSU Falcon Club and Bobcat Booster Club. In her free time, she enjoys attending any sporting event, especially her sibling’s events, spending time with her friends and family, traveling to Arizona and following THE Ohio State Buckeyes. Brittany is the daughter of Timothy and Maryellen Dunn. She has two sisters, Ashley and Mackenzie, one brother, Tyler, and two boxers, Calvin and Reese.

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MICHAEL KIRCHNER Funeral Director and Embalmer

Mike grew up in South Toledo and was a 1988 graduate of Bowsher High School . After high school Mike enlisted in the US Navy for 4 ½ years and served in Orlando , Florida and at the Submarine Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. After the Navy Mike attended the University of Toledo for 1 ½ years and attended the Ohio State University for 3 years graduating with Bachelors of Science degree in Agribusiness and Applied Economics in 1998. After Ohio State , Mike attended the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science graduating in 1999. Mike received his Ohio Funeral Director and Embalmers license in 2002. In January 2003 Mike joined the Peinert Funeral Homes. He is responsible for the transportation and preparation of the deceased, supervision of funeral services and is involved in the maintenance and day to day operation of the funeral homes.

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MARVIN W. DUNN Funeral Director

Marv is a graduate of both Bowling Green High School and Bowling Green State University. After graduating from high school, he spent four years in the United States Navy and was assigned to Fighter Squadron Thirty-One and was primarily stationed in Sanford, Florida. He is a licensed funeral director and also a licensed real estate agent with Newlove Realty. Marv majored in secondary education and taught American Literature at Bowling Green High School for many years. In addition, he was the Student Activities Director and was active in high school hockey. He was the commissioner of the Northwest Hockey Conference for twelve years and the manger of the Ohio State Ice Hockey Tournament for eight years.Marv is a member of BGSU Falcon Club, B.G. Kiwanis, Bowling Green Country Club, Elks Lodge #818, Trinity United Methodist Church, Bobcat Boosters, and Bowling Green Blueliners where he served on the booster board for many years. He is also a member of his condominium governing board and is its past president. He is a member of the Toledo Board of Realtors, the OAR and NAR. He is also a member of the Wood County Board of Realtors and serves as the Continuing Education Director. Marv was inducted into the Wood County Board of Realtor’s Hall of Fame in 2011. In his free time he likes to relax at his condo in Port Clinton.

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GARY O. HARTZLER Pre-Need Advisor and Monument Sales

Gary is a native of Urbana and has been in the Bowling Green area since 1981. He obtained his Ohio Insurance license in 2001 and is the Pre-need Advisor. He is available to families who wish to make funeral arrangements in advance and also oversees the “aftercare” program. He also is responsible for Monument and Marker sales and operates a professional funeral car company. Gary previously worked for the former F. W. Uhlman Department store chain as a buyer of Men’s wear clothing and was a former manager of Hawk’s Department store in Bryan, Ohio. He is a member of the Falcon Club and Bowling Green Country Club, where he has served as President for a number of years. Gary has two sons Bryan and Paul. He also has 4 grandchildren, Parker, Piper, Oscar and Kylee who he enjoys spending time with.

STEPHEN C. DUNN

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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He graduated from Bowling Green High School in 1964, which was the last class to graduate from the old high school on West Wooster Street. He attended Bowling Green State University from 1966 to 1970 and graduated from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1971, where he was one of two members of the class to receive “special recognition” for interest and ability in embalming. He is currently President of Dunn Funeral Home in Bowling Green. Following graduation Steve served his internship at the former Herman Birkenkamp & Son Funeral Home in Toledo and has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for 45 years. He is past-president of District 7 of the Ohio Funeral Directors Association, a past board member Wood County Cancer Society, the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and the Bowling Green Country Club. He is a member or past member of the National Funeral Director's Association, Ohio Funeral Director’s Associations, the Ohio Embalmer’s Association, Maumee-Bowling Green Elk’s Lodge, the Falcon Club, Bobcat Boosters, BG Blueliners, Classic Chevy Club of America, National Impala Association and was included in “Outstanding Young Men in America” in 1978 and 1983. Steve is the oldest of eight children born to Donald E. and Marian J. (Stevens) Dunn. He and his wife, Becky, a retired nurse, live next door to the funeral home in an 1880’s brick, “Coach House,” which was converted into a home in the 1940’s. They have one son, Stephen Shane and a grandson, Garrett Stephen who they enjoy spending time with. Steve enjoys driving and working on his classic 1958 Chevrolet Impala, his 2002 "retro" Thunderbird, playing golf, listening to 1950's rock and roll music and jet skiing and boating on Lake Erie. He donated a kidney to his youngest brother Tom in 2002 who suffered from kidney disease.

ROBERT J. PEINERT

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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He is a 1968 graduate of Otsego High School. He began working for the Croll brothers at Croll Funeral Home in Tontogany, OH while still in high school. He graduated from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1972 and has served as a funeral director and embalmer for over 40 years. He has also been a licensed insurance agent for 25 years. He is currently president and co-owner of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes in Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. Bob served on the Ohio State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers from 1985-1994. He is a member of the OFDA, past president of District #7 Ohio Funeral Directors Association, a committee member of Browning Masonic Community Alzheimer’s Pathways Committee and he serves on the Board of Directors of First Federal Bank of Delta. He was a former volunteer fireman for Washington Twp. and Whitehouse. Bob is also a member Plain Congregational Church in Bowling Green, OH, Rublicon Masonic Lodge #237 Waterville, OH, Scottish Rite, Zenobia Shriners, NRA, Whitehouse A's Model A Club, Black Swamp Chapter of the Veterans Motor Car Club of America. His hobbies are restoring and collecting Model A Ford cars and gardening. He has been married for over 40 years to Jackie (Dill), former elementary school teacher and also licensed funeral director. He has 2 children, Angie Peinert (Jamie) Weber, who is also a licensed funeral director, and Adam (Katrina) Peinert, a surveyor at Mannik & Smith in Maumee, OH. He also enjoys his granddaughters, Maggie, Grace and Charlotte and grandsons, Layne and Chase.

TIMOTHY R. DUNN

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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A lifelong resident of Bowling Green. Tim is a graduate of Bowling Green High School 1980, Bowling Green State University 1985 and Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science 1986, in which he graduated cum laude. He has served as a funeral director for over 31 years, and is recognized by Who’s Who in America. He is a member of the N.F.D.A., the O.F.D.A. and past President of the District Seven Funeral Director’s Association. He has also been a licensed Insurance agent for the past 30 years. He is currently vice-president of Dunn Funeral Home Bowling Green and President of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. Tim is a member of the St. Aloysius Catholic Church and attends Dayspring Assembly of God Church Bowling Green. He is also a member of the Bowling Green Exchange Club, Falcon Club, Bobcat Booster Club, BG Blueliner’s Club, Elk’s Lodge #818, Eagles Club and BG Backcourt Booster. He is a former member of the Bowling Green Optimist Club and Country Club. He is also a supporter of the Northwest Ohio Autism Society. He is a past Board Member of the Bowling Green Community Foundation (2003-2008) and past Chairman of the Annual Grants Committee, Bowling Green Parks & Recreation, BGSU Falcon Club Advisory Board. In the fall of 2017 he was appointed to the board of the Bowling Green Convention and Visitors Bureau.Tim is one of three members credited with starting the “Coaches Corner” for Bowling Green State University in support of BGSU Football. While attending BGSU he coached basketball for the 7th grade and freshman teams at Bowling Green junior high school. For over 40 years he has volunteered for the Bowling Green Youth Baseball Association, holding offices as Pee Wee League Commissioner, Grounds Supervisor and fundraising chairman. In 1982 he became President of the league, a title he still maintains today even though his children are no longer participating. From 1985 to 1989 he worked with the City of Bowling Green and the Mayor’s office in developing, fundraising and constructing a new 5 diamond baseball facility at Bowling Green Carter Park which opened in the spring of 1990. Also, he currently is the director of the Bowling Green Adult softball program for the north diamonds at Carter Park. He received the “I Love Bowling Green” award in 1990 from the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and the “Doyt L. Perry” award in 1996 from Bowling Green State University for outstanding contributions to the Falcon Football program. Tim at a young age, grew up working at the Dunn Funeral Home for his father (Donald), brother (Stephen) and uncle (Marvin), mowing the lawn, painting, washing cars and other numerous tasks around the funeral home. He became a licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer in 1986, co-owner and vice-president in 1987. He received his Life/Health Insurance license in 1987, which qualifies him to make pre-arranged funeral contracts with the families he serves. Both Tim and his brother, Steve before him, donated a kidney to their youngest brother, Tom. Tim donated his kidney to Tom on January 12, 2006. In his spare time he enjoys attending Falcon football, basketball and baseball games. His real joy comes from watching his daughter, Mackenzie play volleyball for Oakland University. He is so proud of his first two daughters, Brittany who graduated & played volleyball for Oakland University and has now joined the family business at Dunn Funeral Home, and his second daughter, Ashley who graduated & played volleyball for Bowling Green State University and is now living in Columbus, OH. His son, Tyler played basketball & baseball for BGHS and recently graduated from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and joined the family business in 2017. Tim loves spending time & traveling with his fiancé , Carla, step-daughter, Giana, playing golf, spending quality time with family and vacationing in Phoenix, Arizona. Tim is also, an avid supporter of THE Ohio State Buckeyes.

JACKIE PEINERT

Funeral Director
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Jackie is a 1967 Bowling Green High School graduate. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 1971 from BGSU and taught school at Ridge Elementary in BG. She received her Funeral Directors license in 1976. Jackie and her husband Bob have been in the funeral business together since 1972. Jackie is a member of the OFDA, District #7 Ohio Funeral Directors Association where she was a past secretary. Jackie is also a member of Plain Congregational Church in Bowling Green, OH, Whitehouse A’s Model A Club and Black Swamp Chapter of the Veterans Motor Car Club of America. Jackie & Bob have a daughter Angie Peinert (Jamie) Weber who is also a licensed funeral director in the family business and Adam (Katrina) Peinert, a surveyor with Mannik Smith in Maumee, OH. They have 5 grandchildren, Maggie, Grace, Charlotte, Layne & Chase which are the greatest blessings ever.

ANGIE PEINERT WEBER

Funeral Director
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Angie is a 1993 graduate of Anthony Wayne High School. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Communications and Business Administration in 1997 from Ashland University. Angie began working at Peinert Funeral Homes in 1997 and received her Funeral Directors license in 1998. She is a member of the Ohio Funeral Directors Association, Northwest Ohio Funeral Directors Association and the District Seven Funeral Directors Association. She attends Fallen Timbers Community Church in Waterville, OH where she sings on the Worship Team. Angie received her Limited Life/Health Insurance license in 1997, which qualifies her to make pre-arranged funeral contracts with the families she serves. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, shopping for bargains, scrapbooking, and crafting. She has been married for 11 years to her husband Jamie. They have 2 daughters, Margaret “Maggie” and Grace

BRITTANY L. DUNN

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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Brittany born and raised in Bowling Green, Ohio. She is a 2006 graduate of Bowling Green High School. Brittany attended Oakland University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree in 2010. She then went on to the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, the same school her Uncle Stephen graduated from in 1971, and father Timothy graduated from in 1986. Brittany graduated Cum Laude in 2012 and received her funeral directors and embalmers licenses in 2013. She is currently vice-president of Peinert-Dunn Funeral Homes in Whitehouse, Waterville and Tontogany. She is a member of The Ohio Funeral Directors Association and the National Funeral Directors Association. Brittany played four years of division I volleyball for the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies. She earned Summit League Defensive Player of the year, 1st team All-Summit league honors, and was voted by her coaches and teammates the team’s most valuable player as a senior. She was on both the Academic Excellence List for Oakland University Athletics and The Summit-League All-Academic Team from 2006-2010. Brittany was the recipient of The Hollie L. Lepley award her senior year. This is the most prestigious award handed out by the Department of Athletics at Oakland University. The award is given to one male and one female student-athlete who have accomplished the highest athletic achievement, academic achievement and community service. She is a longtime volunteer for the Bowling Green Pee Wee League and the Adult Softball Program at Bowling Green Carter Park. She spent many years working at Dunn’s Kiddie Kare, where she still enjoys going back to volunteer. Brittany is a member of the Bowling Green BNI chapter where she currently serves as secretary, BGSU Falcon Club and Bobcat Booster Club. In her free time, she enjoys attending any sporting event, especially her sibling’s events, spending time with her friends and family, traveling to Arizona and following THE Ohio State Buckeyes. Brittany is the daughter of Timothy and Maryellen Dunn. She has two sisters, Ashley and Mackenzie, one brother, Tyler, and two boxers, Calvin and Reese.

MICHAEL KIRCHNER

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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Mike grew up in South Toledo and was a 1988 graduate of Bowsher High School . After high school Mike enlisted in the US Navy for 4 ½ years and served in Orlando , Florida and at the Submarine Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. After the Navy Mike attended the University of Toledo for 1 ½ years and attended the Ohio State University for 3 years graduating with Bachelors of Science degree in Agribusiness and Applied Economics in 1998. After Ohio State , Mike attended the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science graduating in 1999. Mike received his Ohio Funeral Director and Embalmers license in 2002. In January 2003 Mike joined the Peinert Funeral Homes. He is responsible for the transportation and preparation of the deceased, supervision of funeral services and is involved in the maintenance and day to day operation of the funeral homes.

MARVIN W. DUNN

Funeral Director
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Marv is a graduate of both Bowling Green High School and Bowling Green State University. After graduating from high school, he spent four years in the United States Navy and was assigned to Fighter Squadron Thirty-One and was primarily stationed in Sanford, Florida. He is a licensed funeral director and also a licensed real estate agent with Newlove Realty. Marv majored in secondary education and taught American Literature at Bowling Green High School for many years. In addition, he was the Student Activities Director and was active in high school hockey. He was the commissioner of the Northwest Hockey Conference for twelve years and the manger of the Ohio State Ice Hockey Tournament for eight years.Marv is a member of BGSU Falcon Club, B.G. Kiwanis, Bowling Green Country Club, Elks Lodge #818, Trinity United Methodist Church, Bobcat Boosters, and Bowling Green Blueliners where he served on the booster board for many years. He is also a member of his condominium governing board and is its past president. He is a member of the Toledo Board of Realtors, the OAR and NAR. He is also a member of the Wood County Board of Realtors and serves as the Continuing Education Director. Marv was inducted into the Wood County Board of Realtor’s Hall of Fame in 2011. In his free time he likes to relax at his condo in Port Clinton.

GARY O. HARTZLER

Pre-Need Advisor and Monument Sales
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Gary is a native of Urbana and has been in the Bowling Green area since 1981. He obtained his Ohio Insurance license in 2001 and is the Pre-need Advisor. He is available to families who wish to make funeral arrangements in advance and also oversees the “aftercare” program. He also is responsible for Monument and Marker sales and operates a professional funeral car company. Gary previously worked for the former F. W. Uhlman Department store chain as a buyer of Men’s wear clothing and was a former manager of Hawk’s Department store in Bryan, Ohio. He is a member of the Falcon Club and Bowling Green Country Club, where he has served as President for a number of years. Gary has two sons Bryan and Paul. He also has 4 grandchildren, Parker, Piper, Oscar and Kylee who he enjoys spending time with.