Paul Austin Dunkleberger

Paul Austin Dunkleberger

November 15, 1935 - June 23, 2016

Paul Austin Dunkleberger

November 15, 1935 - June 23, 2016


Mr. Paul Austin Dunkleberger, age 80, passed away on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at The Manor at Steeple Chase in Cool Springs.

Paul was born on November 15, 1935 to the late Alvand Dunkleberger and Eva Pauline Seacreast Dunkleberger in Davidson County, Tennessee. On November 25, 1958 he married Brenda Paul and they were happily married until her death on July 6, 2015. He was well loved by many and was of the Church of Christ faith. Paul was a retiree of the U. S. Government Small Business Administration.

He is survived by his loving sons: Jeffrey Paul Dunkleberger of Big Spring, Texas and Jonathan Kent Dunkleberger of Phoenix, Arizona; grandchildren: Austin Dunkleberger, Jonathan Dunkleberger and Kallie Dunkleberger; and sister: Sandra Hicks.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences may be made to the family at

No Events & Services

No Charities & Donations

No Gallery Photos

No Videos

2 responses to Paul Austin Dunkleberger

  1. Paul was a member of a group of boys from Madison including Townsend Lannom, Bob Collins, Tom and Dick Garner, Kent Stockton and a few others. They stayed connected for a lot of years. There was a lot of love shared by these boys (men) in addition to some stories of their adventures. As the wife of Bob Collins, I got to know them too. Paul and Brenda and you boys were in our home off and on for a few of your younger years along with our two daughters, Lesley and Pam. We reconnected with Paul a few years ago. Bob passed away April 10. Kent Stockton passed away last Nov. Now they have started on another adventure! I’m sorry for your loss. Beverly Collins

  2. My sincere sympathy to your family for the loss of a special fellow. I am the sister of John Townsend Lannom, so I knew Paul too. Yes, that group of boys shared life in ways that few do. JTL and Paul enjoyed music/band..Ted Mack Amateur Hour ’55, when it came to Nashville…placing 3rd. They had more fun being silly than most. Good times, all special friends from grade school on. They cherished that youthful friendship a lifetime. I was fond of all those boys/men and the likes of them can’t ever be replaced. Kent, Bob and Paul left within about 2 years of each other. May God bless them all. Sue Lannom Miller

Leave A Condolence

Choose a Candle