David Alan McMunn, 80, of Cambridge Springs passed away at Meadville Medical Center on July 12, 2023. David was born in Meadville on February 13, 1943, son of the late Fred and Elizabeth McMunn. He graduated from Saegertown High School with the class of 1961 and was a Vietnam veteran serving with the US Air Force.  For over twenty-five years, he was a counselor for  Crawford County Drug and Alcohol and  was one of the first addiction counselors certified in the United States continuing to serve on the certification board for many years. Dave also worked for the Crawford County Parole Board and ran the Detoxification Unit for Drug and Alcohol retiring in 2000 from the Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission. He volunteered for the Salvation Army and the Crawford County Fair attending the gate for many years. He had been involved with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Crawford County, and he and his wife, Mary Alice were foster parents housing several children on a full time, part time or respite basis. He was an active member of AA and of Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Drakes Mills.  He liked to fix things and loved to keep busy. His favorite activities included hunting, fishing,  golfing, bowling, playing cards and attending football games with Michael, and he especially loved watching the Pittsburgh Steelers. Previously, he had had been married to Carol McMunn and then married the former Mary Alice Burnell on February 27, 1988, until her death on January 7, 2022.

     Survivors include son Michael D. McMunn (Amber Cryer) of Macon, GA; daughter Patricia Maziarz (Mitchell, III) of Meadville; daughter Annette Powell (Ken) of White Cloud, MI; son Randy Wikris (Mary) of Nazareth, PA; daughter Andrea Festa (Kurt) of Cambridge Springs; grandchildren: Abby McMunn, Alex McMunn, Alyssa Maziarz, Mitchell Maziarz, Anna Wikris, Nathan Wikris, Elizabeth Wikris, James, Wikris, Michael, Wikris, Gabrielle Wikris, Alex Festa, and Amber Murosky; sister Dorothy Cauvel of Cochranton; sister Mary McBride of Conneaut Lake; special friends Gale Kelly and Roy Merritt; and his beloved dog and companion for the past thirteen years, Foxy.

     Friends may call at Van Matre Funeral Home, Cambridge Springs on Sunday, July 16, from 2-4 and 6-8 and are invited to attend a funeral service to be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Drakes Mills on Monday, July 17, at 10 am. Interment to follow at Venango Cemetery.

The family wishes to thank the doctors and nursing staff of 3N at MMC for their exceptional care and support and Pastor Fisher for all his comfort and blessings.