Joel Dungan • March 1, 2021

Joel Wayne Dungan was born on May 3, 1959 and went to his heavenly rest on March 1, 2021 with friend and family by his side at Sacred Heart Hospital. He was a native and lifelong Pensacola resident and a 1977 Graduate of Tate High School. He was an enthusiastic outdoorsman who loved hunting, offshore fishing, freshwater fishing and particularly excelled in both golf and softball. “Pup” as he was known to some, loved his family, his friends and his many pets–both dogs and cats.
He is preceded in death by his parents, William Travis Dungan Sr. and Betty Jean (Maxwell) Dungan. He is survived by three brothers, Travis Dungan, Donnie Dungan (April) and Terry Dungan and one sister Sheryl Dungan Stanovich (Marty) as well as four nephews, Brien Dungan (Jennifer), Michael Dungan, Andrew Dungan (Rachelle) and Christopher Dungan; his step-mother Melba Dyson Dungan and a very special friend, April Williams.
Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home, 7433 Pine Forest Road, on Monday March 8, 2021 beginning at 12:30 PM; a Graveside Service will follow the conclusion of the visitation at 2 PM. The service will be officiated by Pastor Gordon Godfrey. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that donations be made in Joel’s memory to the Hotel for Dogs and Cats, 4110 Creighton Road, Pensacola.

  1. Margaret Gerald Dyess says:

    Sheryl, Travis,Terry and Donnie. I am saddened in hearing about your loss of Joel. I hardly ever get down to see anybody but just knowing that you are there means a lot. My sincere condolences to you all. Love and blessings til we meet again.

  2. Martha Dungan Rose says:

    Saddened by your lost! Some of
    The fondest memories are of cousins growing up together. That was a perfect picture of Joel and exactly how I remember him as we were growing up and him holding his fishing pole. I love you all and cherish my memories of all of my cousins.

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