Donald Munger

Born: Sun., Apr. 5, 1942
Died: Tue., Jan. 21, 2020


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Donald G. Munger, age 77, of North East, passed
away on Tuesday, January 21st, at his residence. He
was born on April 5, 1942 in Erie, the son of the late
George Clem and Elise (Person) Munger.
Donald graduated North East
High School and Fairmont State
University, where he obtained
his B.S. in education and M.A. in
physical education. Donald was
employed by Ripley Central High
School and Iroquois High School
for over 25 years as a physical education
teacher and coach.
He enjoyed hunting, motorcycles,
skiing, and was an avid
outdoorsman and athlete.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents,
George and Eleanor Persons; aunt, Alice Leary; and
grandparents, Clem and Bertha Munger.
Donald is survived by his loving wife, Vicki (Brown)
Munger of North East; children, Shane Munger of
North East, Dana Munger (Caroline) of Edinboro,
and Melissa Rizzo (Hayley) of Millcreek; sister, Carol
Williamson of Dillsburg, Pa.; niece, Leslie Flor (Dale)
of Dillsburg, Pa.; and grandchildren, Riley, Avanel,
Finley, and Keaston.
Private funeral arrangements are being handled
by the William D. Elkin Funeral Home, 65 South Lake
Street, North East. Memorials may be made to the
North East Food Pantry, 30 Bothel Street, North East
or to the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 9500 Euclid
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.

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Stephanie Aguilar
   Posted Fri January 24, 2020
Mr Munger was one of the teachers everyone loved at Iroquois High School. He made a huge impact on so many. He was funny and caring. I have even told my children of him and how great a mentor he was. Truly sad to hear of his passing.

Brian Bronson
   Posted Fri January 24, 2020
I will be praying for Don's family. We taught together at Lawrence Park Elementary School.

Jennifer Anderson Ayala
   Posted Fri January 24, 2020
Mr. Munger has helped to change and influence the lives of so many of the students that he thought. He taught life lessons. He was humorous. He was very caring to the youth, including myself, that he inspired. May his family find peace and comfort in knowing how many lives this man touched. Rest Easy.

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