Dalton Ammerman

Dalton David Ammerman

Friday, April 4th, 1997 - Saturday, September 12th, 2020
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Dalton David Ammerman, age 23, of Woodlawn passed away on Saturday, September 12, 2020.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, October 9, 2020 and Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the Ammerman residence. More details are to be announced.

Dalton entered into this life on April 4, 1997, in Carthage, NY, to David and Jill Salaka Ammerman. He graduated from Fort Campbell High School in 2015, and in 2019 earned a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University where he was a member of TKE (Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.) He was employed by Arcosa Marine in Ashland City, TN as a welder. Dalton was a member of the Clarksville Jeep Crew. He loved to dance, especially when hanging out with his friends at the Electric Cowboy. In his free time, he enjoyed scuba diving, being outdoors, fishing, and hunting.

Dalton is preceded in death by his grandfathers, David R. Ammerman, Sr., Gerald Baker, and Dana Runyon.

In addition to his parents survivors include his sister, Jenna and her husband Cody Busbin of Washington State; nephew, Channing Campbell; maternal grandmother, Janet Baker of Woodlawn, TN; paternal grandmother, Linda Runyon of Albuquerque, New Mexico; grandfather, John Salaka of Youngstown, Ohio, and the rest of his family and friends.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date.

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Geary Schwartz

Posted at 11:24am
Condolences to the entire Ammerman family, especially to Jenna (Je-Lama-Lama / Alaina), on their loss of beloved “Dynamo” Dalton.

Shannon Posted at 01:01pm

He was one of my dance partners @ electric cowboy every week, my heart is crushed, can I please get details on services? I absolutely adored him, he wished me a good day everyday!

Heather Sullivan

Posted at 10:48am
A few days ago our Jeep Crew lost a wonderful member.
Dalton Ammerman was such a sweet kid. Every event I saw him at he was smiling and wearing his boots. He showed up for the important things. We collected blankets and toys for the PD. He was there. We collected supplies and donations for a family that lost everything in a fire. He was there. My husband originally met Dalton in his Jeep at the gas station and remembers seeing him dancing with a girl. He introduced him to CJC and we knew we'd found one of the good ones!
Lone Oak Jeep Crew (also all members of CJC) had a wonderful experience with Daltons family this past Sunday. They gave them a duck and explained what it ment. The whole crew there had ducks for Daltons family. I hope to be able to attend a celebration of life for Dalton, meet his family and express to them the impact he made and personally give them a duck from Ginger.
This life is only temporary. I pray that all come to Christ and see the hope that he provides. This world is not what he ment for it to be. I know now you are more alive than you have ever been.
#untilwemeetagain #ducksfordalton #ClarksvilleJeepCrew #resteasybrother

Jenn Posted at 11:27am

Prayers for all those that knew and loved him. RIP Dalton.

Angi Lambert

Posted at 11:01pm
Jill, David and Jenna - we are so very sorry for the devastating loss of Dalton. He touched so many lives and was taken way too soon. There are no words. Much love to you all, Angi & Larry Lambert

Matthew, Sheena & Korah Allen

Posted at 09:25pm
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Rosemary Felgar Posted at 08:30pm

David, Jill and Jenna, there are just no words. My heart is breaking. Dalton was an exceptional young man . He was blessed with Amazing parents and sister. Although the miles between us made it hard for us to be together often you are all loved very much. It is so hard to understand why but I have faith in Gods love and wisdom. Rest high upon that mountain Dalton. ❤️ Much love, Aunt Rosemary

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