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Donald D Unger Jr. 1965-2024

Donald D Unger Jr. of Mercersburg, passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024 at his home.

Donald D Unger Jr.
Donald D Unger Jr.

Born July 9, 1965 in Waynesboro, he was a son of the late Donald D. and Judith (Poper) Unger Sr.

Donnie attended the James Buchanan High School and later started his own pest control company. He loved watching football and was a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles. Donnie enjoyed fishing with his grandchildren and riding along with his son in the tractor on the farm.

Donnie was a member of Two-Top Fellowship Church.

Donnie is survived by his children, Zachary Unger, Jerimy Unger, Justin Unger, Josh Unger, Jessica Unger, and 13 grandchildren. He is survived by two sisters, Sandy (Buddy) Iden, Wendy Unger, and a friend Tina.

Donnie was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Trina and Terry Unger.

A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. on Thursday February 15, 2024 at the Two-Top Fellowship Church, Mercersburg, with Pastor Ronnie Martin officiating.

There will be a viewing 1 hour prior to the service and burial will take place at Montgomery Brethren-Christ Church Cemetery, Mercersburg.

Arrangements are entrusted to Fries Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Two-Top Fellowship Church.

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