Rudolph John “Dan Lundy” Chlapecka

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Name: Christine Lenoir
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/10/2020 2:33:39 AM
Message: Dan was one of my favorite people. He taught me so much in the biz. He will he missed. Praying for family.

Name: Jamy Wyatt
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/10/2020 2:45:50 AM
Message: Your friendship meant so much to me. I will forever be grateful for the laughter and the tears we shared! You are loved and missed already my old friend!

Name: John ruff
Email: Private
Date Posted: 6/10/2020 2:51:43 AM
Message: Rudy and I git to know each other when we were in the same confirmation class at St. John’s Lutheran. I haven’t seen him in years but he was a great guy. I’m sorry we lost being in touch with each other. Johnny ruff

Name: Tamra Price
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/10/2020 1:30:56 PM
Message: I worked with Dan in the early 90's at KOYN in Paris. He was such a sweet guy and ALWAYS had a smile on his face. My condolences to his family. I know he will be missed terribly.

Name: Jeremy Phifer
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/10/2020 3:55:08 PM
Message: Im so sorry to have lost you my friend. We always had great ideas together. Our paths crossed so many times in my life time from visiting my dad back in the 90’s giving him copy’s of the top 40 count down so my dad didn’t have to record it every week on his tape recorder. I was just a kid back then but I remember every detail. To working the club. I’ll never forget that first week, I was in the parking lot and you came running out and said you need to come in here. I ran in and seen total chaos and jumped in head first. We all stop the conflicts. We had alot of great music talks, hell your the reason I quit working the club and went back to music. You helped me see my vision and live it. You helped me with my first t-shirt and PA system. You tried to book for me. You sat at every show tried to help me in anyway you could. Filmed the choctaw country showdown. Showed me what youtube was and how to use it. Taught me about marketing and how to promote. Without these useful tools I wouldn’t had never really been able to get any kind of music career off the ground. My dad and I, wanted to make jingles with you because you cane to us and told us what we could do. I went to school to get the knowledge to record, mix, and edit commercially. I knew this an essential tool to have ifI was going to make any kind of productions for broadcasting. I looked up to you and took every bit of advice you shared with me and applied it to my every day life and businesses. I have recently been in contact with you and was looking forward to our little venture we had been discussing over the past year. I knew you were having a though battle and felt like I was with you with your struggles. We talked about music, video, and life. You are truly missed my friend. Please know that you gave me hope when things were going downhill. Im glad you’re at peace now my friend. I will always cherish my moments with you. Love you Dan. Jeremy Phifer

Name: Ansurio G
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 1:28:13 AM
Message: Dear sir you taught me so much thank you for being my friend thank you for being much more than just a DJ the teacher of music Affair play of decency we had our ups and we had our Downs I'm glad you're not in no more pain my friend rest in peace until we meet again

Name: Evonne Ward
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 3:51:51 AM
Message: You will be missed my friend.

Name: Holley Burns
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 4:38:29 AM
Message: Dan the man. How I miss you! So many memories in Paris and so many funny stories I could tell. It broke my heart to hear the news. My prayers are with Dans family at this time. He will truly be missed.

Name: Steve Defries
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 6:17:36 AM
Message: Worked with Dan the Man for a few years and consider him a good mate. Had intended to catch up with him when we came back to the USA. Fondest memories of Dan playing "The Land Down under" and dedicating it to me as soon as he saw me in the Club. I am proud to have known him and consider him my friend. Fly high Dan the Man. Free Bird flies ❤️🙏☹️

Name: Peggy Norman Perkins
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 2:27:04 PM
Message: Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss! I knew Rudy most of our lives, from when he was known as “Tuffy!” He rode the school bus with me every day, every year til he graduated. I feel like I grew up with him & he was sort of like a brother to me. Many years passed & we didn’t stay in touch, but I thought of him often. We grew to have very different political views, but I respected how passionately he expressed his. I will always love him &remember him as a very special person & friend. May you be comforted by the fact that he was a devout Christian and is with The Lord , little girl, dad& others. May God bless you all. You are in my heart & prayers.

Name: Dan and Paula Hooks
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 2:49:31 PM
Message: Dan has memories of Rudy when they were both growing up and running around in the Slovak community! Dan thought so much of him. We love Ms Geneva and will pray for her comfort.

Name: Paula Coburn
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 3:50:56 PM
Message: I will always cherish the memories of our growing up years in Slovak. Those were the Good Ole Days! I will miss you 😘 Rudy & thanks for being a big part of the Class of 68’ Blessings ✝️ & Love ❤️ to the family.

Name: Buddy Hall
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/14/2020 2:21:58 AM
Message: Rudy and I went through 12 years of school together in Hazen. Rudy was a great guy, truly one of the good ones. I never once heard anyone say even one negative thing about him. He was always good-natured and pleasant to be around. Rudy was the best speller I ever knew in school. I used to tease him that he was the only student in the third grade that could spell CHLAPECKA. It was so good to see Rudy in recent years at high school reunion get-togethers. We talked recently about having lunch in Stuttgart when the coronavirus dust settled. I regret that we never got to have that final time together. Rudy will be dearly missed by all of his classmates in addition to so many others who were fortunate to know him. RIP Rudy. Your friend, Buddy

Name: DeAnna Ray
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/14/2020 6:04:31 PM
Message: I remember Rudy from when I served him lunch at Sportsman when Christine Garrett owned it. Always a pleasant man with a smile. Prayers for his family and friends.

Name: DeAnna Ray
Email: [email protected]
Date Posted: 6/14/2020 6:04:31 PM
Message: I remember Rudy from when I served him lunch at Sportsman when Christine Garrett owned it. Always a pleasant man with a smile. Prayers for his family and friends.

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