Rev. Charles Richard Dunn, 90, Berlin, peacefully went to be with the Lord, May 1, 2021, with his family at his side. He was born on April 3, 1931, in Altoona, to James and Isabelle (Green) Dunn. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother James Dunn, sister-in-law Barbara Dunn; and brother-in-law James Herdman. Charlie was survived by his wife the former Joyce Herdman, to whom he was married for 62 year; sons James, John (Michelle), Richard, and Michael Dunn; grandchildren Kaylin, Kassidy, Christian, and John Michael Dunn; sister-in-law Sally Cronmiller, and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. In 1949, he graduated from Altoona High School. With his brother Jim, he started Dunn Brothers Trucking. He then served in the Air Force in the Strategic Air Command during the Korean War. After graduating from Penn State University, where he received his B.S. and Masters Degree in English, he taught in the Altoona School District. Charlie began his career as an administrator at Claysburg Kimmel School District as a high school principal. He served as supervising principal at Salisbury Elk Lick School District; superintendent at Frazier School District, Berlin Brothersvalley School District, and Forbes Road School District; and acting superintendent at Shanksville Stonycreek School District. After attending Luther Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, as a licensed minister, he served as pastor of Glencoe United Church of Christ for 24 years. He is a member of Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. Hunting and fishing were passions of Charlie as well as sharing his love of the outdoors with his sons and grandchildren. Being part of his grandchildren’s lives, of whom he was extremely proud, gave him great joy. Charlie was a member of Sigma Tau Delta, a charter member of Phi Delta Kappa, Pennsylvania State Education Association, Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees, American Legion Post #445, Berlin, past president of Somerset County Sportsman League, Mountain Field and Stream Club, Berlin Sportsman Association, Berlin Historical Society, Berlin Lions Club, where he received the Melvin Jones Award, and Shriners, Scottish Rite, and Freemasons. He was awarded the Future Farmers of America award and Educator of the Year for Fulton County by Saint Francis College in 1996. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Berlin. Masks and social distancing required. Viewing from 1 p.m. until the service at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Reverend Dr. David Williams officiating. Interment Berlin I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Graveside military honors by the Berlin Veterans Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution may be given to Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church at 525 Main Street, Berlin, PA 15530. The family would like to thank In Touch Hospice for their compassion, caring, and guidance. Arrangements entrusted to Deaner Funeral Home, Berlin. Condolences may be offered to the family at DeanerFuneralsAndCremations.com.