Memoirs of Peter Dunn’s Journey Led and Inspired by Faith

P. Graham Dunn, leading home décor manufacturer, recently released the memoir titled, Unlikely Entrepreneur: From China to Amish Country, written by the company’s founder, Peter Graham Dunn. Dunn hopes to encourage and inspire readers with stories of his upbringing, rebellious years and how those experiences not only shaped his life, but also his approach toward business.

The book is compiled of stories that will both entertain and teach. In moments, readers will overflow with joy and laughter over humous circumstances; in others, they’ll be brought to tears as they learn of the difficulties and challenges encountered while building a multimillion-dollar manufacturing and retail enterprise.

P. Graham Dunn’s CEO Patrick Helmuth says, “Peter Dunn is a master story-teller, and believe me, he has many interesting stories to tell! He has had an incredible journey and I have enjoyed being a part of it for many years.”

The memoir is available to purchase online at and Amazon or at P. Graham Dunn’s Dalton, Ohio and Canton, Ohio retail locations, as well as various retail locations across the US. Additionally, for each book sold, fifty cents will be donated to The Bread of Life School in Haiti.


P. Graham Dunn is an employee-owned company that manufactures art, gift and home décor for thousands of accounts throughout the country and around the world. It operates its factory, warehouse and retail presence in Dalton, Ohio. Continued growth for the company has been a result of newly developed sales channels and product categories beyond inspirational décor, including dedicated lines of coastal, Christmas and outdoor products.



Peter Graham Dunn is the founder of P. Graham Dunn, the nation’s top supplier of U.S.-made wall décor. He was born in China, grew up in Canada, married a steady Mennonite girl, LeAnna, helped raise four children, and now resides with LeAnna on the family farm deep in Ohio’s Amish/Mennonite community.

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