Singer and songwriter David Dunn is requesting prayer for his family, particularly his sister and brother-in-law. His toddler niece passed away late last week, and though the family knows her to be home with Jesus, they miss their little girl, Moriah Wimberly.
Earlier this year, Dunn released Crystal Clear. The album includes familiar songs such as "It Is Well," "Have Everything," and Dunn's successful radio hit, "Today Is Beautiful," which provides an intriguing snapshot of humanity that was inspired by a trip to Disney World. The album was chosen from nearly 100 songs that were written over two and a half years and Dunn's main goal is "to tell the truth, and do it in a beautiful way."
Obituary for Moriah:
Our precious little girl, Moriah Constance Wimberly, was called into the arms of Jesus while she slept on September 18th, 2015.
Our vibrant, joyful, silly 23-month-old, lived a beautiful short life. She loved being chased by her daddy and uncles, snuggling with her mommy, jumping on the trampoline with her cousins, taking care of her puppies, having affection poured on her by her grandparents, celebrating people's birthdays, eating cake, and playing, dancing, singing, and spinning with her big sister.
Moriah is loved and will be missed desperately by her parents, Tim and Mary Kathryn Wimberly; her 3-year-old sister, Wheatly; her grandparents, Tim and Terri Dunn and Billy and Connie Wimberly; 5 great grandparents, 11 aunts and uncles, 12 cousins, and many extended family members and dear friends.
A memorial service will be held to celebrate her life at Midland Bible Church on Tuesday, September 22nd at 1:30 p.m. To honor Moriah's love for babies, the family suggests memorial donations be made to Online For Life, a non-profit ministry that cares for women as they choose life for their own precious babies.
Those wishing to may donate by mailing a check to Online for Life, 7800 N. Dallas Parkway, Suite 550, Plano, TX 75024 in memory of Moriah or donate online atwww.onlineforlife.org/donate (and if desired with an email to request in memory of Moriah to firstname.lastname@example.org)