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Dwight A Nunemacher
September 27, 1945 ~ November 22, 2022 (age 77) 77 Years Old
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Dwight A. Nunemacher, of Kingston, passed away peacefully Tuesday, November 22,2022 at Wilkes Barre General Hospital. Born September 27,1945, Dwight was the son of the late George and Mary Reese Nunemacher. A lifelong resident of Kingston, Dwight was a graduate of Kingston High School, where he was all scholastic in football and track and attended Colorado State University on a football scholarship. Dwight served in the United States Marine Corps and received an honorable discharge. He worked for Bob Thomas Electrical Contracting Company in Kingston and eventually formed his own electrical contracting business. He later became the Building and Grounds supervisor for Commonwealth Telephone Company, Dallas until his retirement. Dwight was a Mason of the Kingston Lodge and was a member of the Caldwell Consistory of Bloomsburg and a member of the Irem Shrine, Dallas. A true outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting and fishing. Dwight was a Little League coach and was most proud when his team the” Dodgers” won the Kingston Little League World Series. Preceding Dwight in death in addition to his parents was a brother Lee Nunemacher, and a brother-in-law John Coldren. Surviving is his wife the former Judith A. (Judi) McKechnie, at home; children; Dwight C. Nunemacher and his wife, Joan, Dimmock; Jill Nunemacher and companion Kevin Clocker, West Wyoming; Jan Mazza and her husband, Frank, Forty-Fort; grandchildren; Drew and Dana Nunemacher, and Reagan Mazza; sister; Mary Beth Coldren, Pittsburgh; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Per Dwight’s wishes, funeral and interment will be private. Memorial donations in Dwight’s name may be made to the Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge, 974 Lockville Road, Dallas, Pa. 18612 or the S.P.C.A. of Luzerne County, 524 E. Main Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA. 18702. Arrangements are by Hugh P. Boyle & Son Funeral Home, Inc. 416 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pa. 18704. To share words of remembrance or to leave words of condolence, please visit email@example.com.