| July/August 2003

David E. Dunn, Georgetown, Ohio, passed away March 8, 2003. He was born Dec. 19, 1912, near Mount Orab, Ohio, and was the eighth of nine children.

David was an active member and former director of the Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show in Georgetown, Ohio. He also exhibited his equipment at the Clinton County Corn Festival in Wilmington, Ohio, and was a well-known participant in numerous parades in the Brown County, Ohio, area.

In 1971 David bought and restored a 1931 19-65 HP Keck-Gonnerman. This engine was the second to last one the company built, and it was David's pride and joy. He sold the engine in 1994.

In August 2002 David bought a half-scale 65 HP Case, and even though his health was failing, he managed to go to his garage every day to sit on the back of his new toy.

David owned several antique tractors through the years, and he also restored machinery, including a Keck-Gonnerman separator and a McCormick-Deering binder. David's friendship and wisdom will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Submitted by Jay Hanselman, Highland Heights, Ky.


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