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Marilyn June (Courtney) Jungman

02/04/1935 - 12/16/2020

Marilyn June (Courtney) Jungman, born February 4, 1935, was called home to heaven Wednesday, December 16, 2020 in Mesa, Arizona. She was born to Clarence and Edna Courtney in Ottumwa, Iowa. Marilyn met the love of her life, Chuck, in 1953 at the University of Iowa. They worked together at Jungman Oil and raised their three children in Van Meter, Iowa. They were married for 66 wonderful years and fell asleep each and every night holding hands.

Marilyn led a very happy, active life filled with family, friends and an abundance of hobbies such as painting, crafting, traveling the world and riding Harleys with her beloved husband. She had a great sense of style and loved to entertain. She was an avid lover of all sports and never missed a chance to watch her favorite team the Iowa Hawkeyes.

She was an incredible mother, daughter, sister and wife. Family was everything to her and she was everything to her family. She will forever be remembered for her kind heart, sense of humor, and words of wisdom.

She is survived by her husband Chuck, children Dr. Douglas Jungman (Donna) of Bradenton FL, Dennis Jungman (Ann) of Fairfield PA, Debra Decker of Mesa AZ, grandchildren Adam Jungman (Erin), Bridget Harry (Matthew), Elise Pfeifer (Drew), Megan Buhrman (Zach), Courtney Morrison (Richard), Catie Van Cura (Robb) and great-grandchildren Ellie, Tellulah, Bronson and Evie. Marilyn is also survived by many friends and family whom she adored. We find comfort in knowing she has been reunited with her parents and siblings in heaven.

Marilyn will be laid to rest in Van Meter, Iowa. A celebration of her life will occur at a later date. In lieu of flowers we ask that you please cherish every day and hold the ones you love a little tighter in honor of Marilyn.

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  • Susan Myers Goettsch

    Dear Chuck & family, I was so sorry to hear of your loss of Marilyn. Please accept my sincere condolences. May you find comfort in knowing hers was a life well lived. Love from Cousin Susan, Ruth’s daughter

  • Such fond memories of Marilyn from growing up next door, our first convenience store and great friends of Paul and Marie! My thoughts and prayers are with Chuck and the whole family. Love, Terry

  • Molly & Steve Bowling

    Dear Chuck & family. I’m so sorry for the loss of your beautiful Marilyn. Heaven gained another angel. Sleep tight lovely lady. My thoughts and prayers go out to you Chuck and family. Lots of love from Molly & Steve in the UK.

  • Opal (Sparks) Hibbs

    Thinking of each of you! What a nice tribute to your Mom and such a wonderful reminder to all of us to “cherish every day and hold the ones we love a little tighter.” Thankful for the many happy memories of our years in Van Meter. Sending hugs from the Sparks’ family to each of you. Blessings!

  • Dear Chuck and Family –
    Please accept my heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the loss of Marilyn. I have many fond memories of our time together in Van Meter. My parents considered you both close friends and your kids were Steve, Terry and my school friends. May you find comfort in knowing Marilyn touched many lives with her life, love and friendship. Love and Blessings Stan Carpenter

  • Chuck and family:
    Sure sorry to hear about the loss of Marilyn! Chuck and Marilyn were always so kind to our family and made us feel welcome both in Van Meter and AZ. What a gentle soul that I’m sure will be missed beyond words! Cherish your memories in the days to come.
    All our love!
    Dean and Nancy Ross

  • What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us. My heart is with you.

  • Gordon & Jill Martens

    Dear Chuck and Children and Grandchildren,
    We send our deepest sympathy as you grieve the passing of your Marilyn. We will be holding all of you
    in our hearts and remembering you in prayer. Cousins Gordon & Jill (Lucy’s daughter)
    Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. James 4:8.

  • Deborah Moore and Rob Dias

    To Chuck and Family, so very sorry to hear your dear Marilyn has passed. You have our sincere condolences. Please stay in touch.

  • I am so so sorry. It was a pleasure to know her.. Will be thinking of you

  • Dear Chuck and family, So sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. Those 3 years we spent in Van Meter will always be remembered with you guys. That was El’s first teaching job. Our kids were about the same age and spent many afternoon’s playing together.. Marilyn was truly a wonderful person- fun to hang out with. I’m sure she will be greatly missed by you and your family- Remember the good times- I’m sure there are many. Spending Christmas with Jesus is something unbelievable wonderful! All Christian’s have that to look forward to! And, someday we will all be together again 🙏 God Bless you all. Jan

  • Joy and Bruce Curtis

    We are so happy to have known Marilyn. Please accept our deepest sympathy. My (Joy’s) earliest memories of meaningful friendship are those I shared growing up with Marilyn. February birthdays, little girl sleep-overs, school from K thru 12. Marilyn always knew how to be a true friend. We will always miss her.

  • Susan (Herman) Gilman

    So sorry for your loss. Marilyn was so much fun with us growing up. Many fond memories. Will keep u all in my prays. Debbie – please call me

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