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In Loving Memory

Jung, Joseph William 

Passed away on Saturday, July 9, 2022 at the age of 57.

Survived by: sister Lori (Karl) Schultz; brother John; sister Lisa (Rick) Young; nephews Mitchell, Nicholas & Trevor Young; long time special friend Kim Stelfox

Preceded in death by father, Roger E. Jung, and mother, Myra Gray Kramer

Joe was a dear son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, and a friend to many.

He served in the Army as a Medical Specialist.  Joe was decorated with the Army Achievement medal; Army Service Ribbon; Parachutist Badge and Marksman Badge, Rifle.  He was honorably discharged from the Army and was proud to serve his country.

Joe graduated from Lindbergh Senior High School in 1983.  He helped with the family car business before enlisting in the Army.  After the Army he spent his life helping others.  He loved doing anything construction-related and would always figure out how to make a project successful.

He took great pride in helping his siblings this past year with tornado clean-up for his sister and supporting his brother’s new home purchase.  His biggest and best asset was his ability to tell stories, embellishing ad libitum, and amply charm anyone who would listen.  While his health failed, his smile, laugh, love of friends and family lives on in those he met along the way.

We are honored that Joe was able to be a tissue donor to those in need.

We intensely miss Joe already.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Wednesday, July 13 from 4-8 pm. Funeral procession to depart Kutis Affton Chapel on Thursday at 12 noon to J.B. National Cemetery for Roadside Service at 12:30 pm. with full Military Honors. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Veterans Administration appreciated.


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