Edna Moody Dunn, 103, passed peacefully in the loving presence of her family on October 8, 2022, in Houston, Texas. She was born on September 11th, 1919, in Drew, Mississippi to Robert E. and Mary Nix-Moody; the oldest of 6 siblings.Edna grew up in Sunflower County, Mississippi, where she accepted Christ at the age of 12. After graduating high school in 1938, she went to Memphis in January 1939 to begin her formal RN training. She attended Baptist Nursing School in Memphis, receiving her RN Degree in January of 1942. She married Hartwell Dunn, MD on May 27, 1942, in the home of the hospital's chaplain. After Hartwell's residency and earning his MD from the University of Tennessee, they departed for the Panama Canal Zone, where Hartwell was an Army Officer in the Medical Corps. In 1944, they departed the Canal Zone for the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In 1948, they moved to Oklahoma City, where Hartwell was one of the founders of Baptist Hospital of Oklahoma City. Edna and Hartwell served Baptist Hospital from 1948 until his retirement in May 1993. They were also heavily involved with the Oklahoma University Alumnae Programs, rarely ever missing a football game. After retirement, both moved to the Fountains of Canterbury in Oklahoma City until Hartwell's death in 1996 from Alzheimer's. Edna served as the County President of the Medical Auxiliary (Doctor's wives), Oklahoma State President of the Medical Auxiliary, First Female Baptist Deacon, and Chairman of Deacons. Edna's true joys in life were her daughter Margaret, family, and OU Football. In 2016, Edna moved to the Garden's of Bellaire in Houston, Texas to be closer to her daughter to spend more quality time with her. She was preceded in death by her parents; her siblings, Archie Moody, Howard Moody, and Claudie Moody; her husband of 54 years, John Hartwell Dunn, MD; and her son, Johnny Dunn. She is survived by her daughter, Mary Margaret Watson and husband, Michael Overbey; and her siblings, Mavis Moody-Faust and Robert Moody.Graveside Service for Edna will be 10:00 am Friday, October 21, 2022, at Memorial Park Cemetery with a Celebration of Life following at 11:00 am at First Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.