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Milton "Mac" Arthur Cunningham

November 6, 1940 - November 16, 2020

Milton Arthur CunninghamMilton Arthur Cunningham (MAC) Born 11/06/1940 in San Bernardino California to parents William Cunningham and Stella Frizzell Cunningham, He was the 5 th of 10 children. He was preceded in death by his parents, 2 sisters, & 4 brothers and 1 Grandchild! Mac married Marjorie Gump on March 13 th 1965. They have 4 children Trudy & Dave Goodlett, Twylla & James Neal, Michael & Holly Cunningham and Scott & Stacie Cunningham. They have 17 Grandchildren They have 22 Great Grandchildren and 1 Great Great Grandchild. Mac had many jobs throughout his life he started out working at the Mill, then worked as a typewriter repairman, then he was a Dental assistant then moved to Texas where he became a Cabinet builder, He moved back to Oregon in 1985 and continued working as a cabinet builder at Redman mobile home plant in Silverton, Then he worked at Fairview Training Center  for a short time before Opening up an adult foster home in Woodburn OR, After retiring from that he had his favorite job of all where he would go to Nursing homes and Sing country and Gospel songs for the elderly, He was known as Cowboy Mac. He truly enjoyed singing and listening to Country and Gospel music. He read his Bible Everyday and had a close personal relationship with his Lord and Savior. He went to Heaven to be with the lord on 11/16/2020 after a long battle with Leukemia and Heart Disease that we only found about 3 months ago. He always had a positive attitude and looked on the Bright side of everything even when he was so sick. A celebration of Life will be held at a later date when the Covid restrictions are lifted. There will be a viewing that we have to limit to 25 people so we will contact those who may come.

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Love and Miss you Dad! I know your resting in the arms of Jesus!

Love you so much dad I can't believe your gone until we meet again rest easy you will always be in my heart

One thing I remember about Mac was his easy smile.  I know he will be missed by those who loved him.  May you all be comforted with the hope that comes from knowing he is with Jesus!  Blessings, Laura Wilson (Bill & Anna Mae's daughter)

My family's condolences go out he was a very loving man and I love him with every fiber of my being with you will be very missed and very loved

I just spoke with Marge a few minutes ago. I hadn't been aware of Mac's passing, although I live right across the hall. I only knew Mac for a couple of years, but he was one of the sweetest, kindest persons I had ever met. I will miss "Hi Debbie, have a nice day", every time we crossed paths. I will truly miss you Mac. Marge, you and the family have my deepest sympathies. But remember, you will spend eternity together one day. All my love to you.

I love you grandpa. I will miss you so much. I will see you again one day.