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In Memory of

Anthony Wayne Mundy

October 2, 1960 - November 24, 2016

Obituary


Mr. Anthony Wayne Mundy, son of Delores A. Mundy and Jerome Dancler, was born October 2, 1960 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended Indianapolis Public Schools # 41 and Northwest High School. He received an Associates Degree from Miss Wade’s Fashion Merchandising College in Dallas, TX.



Anthony worked for Victor Costa as a tailor and a designer for the Bridal Line in Dallas.



Anthony professed his faith in Christ at an young age and was baptized at Christ Missionary Baptist Church, under the pastorate of Dr. Melvin B. Girton. He was a member of...

Mr. Anthony Wayne Mundy, son of Delores A. Mundy and Jerome Dancler, was born October 2, 1960 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended Indianapolis Public Schools # 41 and Northwest High School. He received an Associates Degree from Miss Wade’s Fashion Merchandising College in Dallas, TX.



Anthony worked for Victor Costa as a tailor and a designer for the Bridal Line in Dallas.



Anthony professed his faith in Christ at an young age and was baptized at Christ Missionary Baptist Church, under the pastorate of Dr. Melvin B. Girton. He was a member of the Pastor’s Choir, designed and made their first choir robes. He later united with The Universal Church of Truth under the pastorate Bishop William M. Payne. He worked faithfully on the Usher Board where he designed and made their summer uniforms.



Anthony moved to Dallas, TX in July 1988. He was a member of the Faithful Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorate Rev. N. C. Sargent. Later united with the Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorate Rev. Verlon Frazier. Anthony have worked in many areas in the church, such as: Church Clerk, Pastor Search Committee, Choirs, Men’s Ministry, Male chorus, Usher Board and many other committees. Again, he designed and made ministerial jackets for the pastor, choir robes and dance attire for the youth just to name a few. Anthony was very active until his health started to fail. He’s known to stand on his post with the ushers using his cane.



Anthony fought cancer for several years and never complained. Even at the Cancer Clinic he would always encourage others. Now in Heaven with his Heavenly Father and his earthly grandparents.



He leaves to celebrate his life, his friend of 36 years, Rev. Kenneth Beacham; 2 adopted sons, Kendrick Jones-Beacham and Ja’Voya Polk all of Dallas, TX; his mother, Delores Mundy; his father, Jerome Dancler; 2 sisters, Tracey Mundy-Davidson and Melanie Patterson; a brother, Darren Brown-Dancler; and 3 nephews, Jason Hatcher Sr. of Indianapolis, IN, Mychal and Terrence Sisson of Dallas, TX. He also leaves aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews all of Indianapolis and numerous of friends in Dallas.