GENOA - Kevin L. Dunn, 44, a lifelong resident here who owned and operated his own archery business, died Sunday in his home. He died of complications from a fall, said his mother, Maxine Dunn.
He was lauded by family members as being an excellent archer.
“He was pretty good,” said his brother Craig. “At one time, he was probably one of the best shots around here with a bare bow.”
In about 1980, Mr. Dunn became a co-owner of Action Archery of Genoa. The business folded after several years. He then started his own company, Dunn Archery, which he operated from his home.
“He had been interested in archery before that,” his mother said. “He got started in the late 1970s, and he was always good at it.”
Mr. Dunn was also an accomplished bow hunter, family members said.
In addition to his archery company, Mr. Dunn worked for Toledo Textileather Corp. as a chemical analyst for the past 10 years, his brother said. His main responsibility was to mix chemicals with leather.
He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Genoa and collected Elvis Presley memorabilia.
Surviving are his mother, Maxine, and brothers Randy, Craig, and Allan.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Trinity United Methodist Church.
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