William George Junker

April 2, 1929 - April 6, 2011

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JUNKER, William George. Beloved husband of 58 years to the late Shirley Marian Magly. Loving Father of Jora (Robert) Coffey, the late Jeffrey (Bridget) Junker, Jay Junker, Jeril (Nick) Middleton, and Joel “Joby” (Melanie) Junker. Brother to Robert Junker. Brother-in-law to Bud (Ruth) Magly, Cathy Junker, Rose Marie “Sis” Junker, William was preceded in death by his lovely wife and parents John (Marie) Junker, brothers and sister-in-laws John Dale Junker, John Paul Junker, Dan Junker, Mary Lynn Junker, Dorothy Junker, Sue Junker, and Jean Magly Weaver-Goble-Fuller. Loving grandfather to Kyle (Dacia) Coffey, Leigh Ann Coffey Weaver, Kristian (Lucianne) Junker, Megan (Steven) Vogel, Marissa Middleton, Nicholas Middleton, Andi Junker, Bryce Junker, Codi Junker, Dayde Junker, Alexis Junker, Cameron Junker, and Braedon Junker. Great grandfather to Cole Coffey, Austin Coffey, Brayden Coffey, and Liam Weaver. Also survived and loved by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He passed away peacefully on April 6th, 2011 at the age of 82 years old. Despite dealing with Parkinson’s disease, numerous heart attacks and by-passes, and in the end Congestive Heart Failure and Dementia, the resilient William lived an amazing and rich life full of family, friends, love, and happiness. Friends and family may attend the Memorial Service at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 9080 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., West Chester, Ohio on Friday at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, remembrances in his name may be sent to: The Ohio Parkinson Foundation Southwest Region, 325 N 3rd Street Fairborn, OH 45324-4959. www.ohioparkinson-southwest.org


Kim Walsh - Apr 11, 2011

Dear Jora, Jay, Jeril, and Joby,

I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Dad, and saddened that it happened so close to the loss of your Mom. My deepest sympathy goes to all of you and your families. He meant so much to me long ago, as did all of you. You’re in my thoughts and prayers to help you through this difficult time.

Kim Walsh (Usleman)