Marion L. Chunn


Marion Louise (Kelley) Chunn, 57. Sunrise January 23, 1954 and Sunset November 24, 2011. Marion was born in Columbus, Ohio, graduated from East High School Class of 1972 and was an Accountant at BMI Credit Union. Formerly a member of Rehoboth Temple Church of Christ, for the past 17 years she served as First Lady of First Baptist Church of Nelsonville. Marion was preceded in death by her parents Corrine and James Kelley, Sr. Left to cherish her memory, husband of 36 years, Pastor Ronald Chunn, Sr., son Ronald (Teena) Chunn, Jr., daughter Anika (Mark) Adams, brothers Rev. James (Jocelyn) Kelley, Jr., and Willie (Cynthia) Kelley, sister Roberta (Charles) Booth, Jr., grandsons Rashawn Chunn, Isaac Sheumaker, Jonathan Adams, and Joshua Adams and a host of other relatives, church family and friends. Family will receive friends 6:00pm to 8:00pm Friday December 2, 2011 at The First Church of God 3480 Refugee Rd followed by a Tribute Service From 8:00pm- 9:00pm. Lady Chunn will lie in state 9:00am

Condolence Messages

  1. Bishop Roger Hairston

    You are in my prayers in the lost of you wife and mother… She and I attended East High School together. She was a member of the East High School Gospel Choir in which I directed. God bless you all. In Jesus Name.

  2. Bishop Arden Dennis & family

    Eld. Chunn,
    Our prayers are with you and your family doing this time of sorrow. Please know that we are here for you if you "es;need anything"es;. We love you.

  3. Pastor Chunn- words fail me at this time to properly convey my grief at your (and the world's) loss. I hope that you will allow me to be a source of comfort and support in any way that you need. God bless you and your family.

    Reggie Robinson

  4. As I stated before Ron… I didn't know how to address you with out the Marion part, for everytime I thought of or spoke you it was always Ron and Marion… My prayers are with you and the family during this time… sad cause her presence here is gone, but happy because we know where her new home is… God promised comfort to you during this time and he is a awesome PROMISE KEEPER. Your cousin Vett

  5. Pastor Ron (Cousin) It goes without saying my Prayers are with You and Your Family. You know I am here for all of you. I will miss my (Cousin) Marion.
    Cousin Ron, "es;God will Comfort, Strengthen and Keep You"es;. "es;What a Mighty God We Serve"es;.

    Linda and Roosevelt

  6. Anika and Family:

    Please accept my deepest condolences during your time of bearevment…I know there are no words that can be expressed that can ease the pain and empty spot left in your heart right now.. Know that you have your owe special guardian angel now…. "es;Weeping my endure for a night but joy will come in the morning"es;,,,, Praying for your family's strength… God Bless

    Lisa Dickerson,
    Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc.
    Delta Omicron Sigma, Columbus Alumni Chapter

  7. The network of the Sears family is busy sharing stories and our love for you and Marion. I've been reminded of some pretty good stories…I'm waiting to share them the way you shared one with me. You give such strength, love, faith, and peace. I remember. I thank you and appreciate this moment to give back or to give on…

  8. Don and Wei (Hershey's Ice Cream)

    Marion is a very special lady to us. She will be truly missed. Ron, take care of yourself. Our condolence to you and your family!

  9. Greetings,
    I am Linton Graham from Jamaica West Indies. I lived in Nelsonville, from 2004- 2009 where I attended Hocking College. During my time there I attended First Baptist Church, where Pastor Ronald Chunn was pastor. I enjoyed worshipping at First Baptist Church during my time there. I returned to Jamaica after graduating college in 2009. I always remember the good times I had at First Baptist Church Nelsonville. Today I was reflecting on my stay in Ohio and decided to Google pastor Chunn as I could not find a number for him. I found out just now that his wife, First Lady Chunn had passed. For the little time I knew first Lady Marion Chunn, I found her to be a wonderful, soft spoken and gentle lady. I was grateful then I was welcomed as a part of the First Baptist family, in Nelsonville, where I was living. Please accept my deepest condolences to Pastor Ronald Chunn, his family, friends and well wishers. May God continue to bless you, your family and the First Baptist Church family. I hope one day I get yo visit First Baptist Church again. Be strong and may you continue yo prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers. Minister Linton Graham (Bro. Graham), The Church of Jesus Christ, Berkshire, Westmoreland, Jamaica West Indies.

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