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Deborah Lynn Kunkler
May 2, 1961 ~ July 1, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Deborah Lynn Kunkler of Junction City, Ohio passed away July 1, 2023, at the Pickering House in Lancaster, Ohio.
Deborah was born the daughter of the late Roger and Margorie Bolyard Storts.
Throughout younger years she did many things, including working as a school bus driver, manager of McDonald’s and she was an employee of Higbees. She felt she was needed at home so in 1996 she left Higbees to care for her children. Show enjoyed a variety of different activities, such as playing cards, fishing, reading, and traveling with her husband and friends. She was always the first person to offer help to anyone in need. She was sweet and kindhearted. Deborah was the best wife, mother, and grandmother.
Left behind to mourn her passing is her husband of 33 years, Gregory Kunkler. Her son Gerald Christopher (Crystal) Brown, Stepson Brian Kunkler & girlfriend Bobbie Miller, daughter Jenna (Thomas) Dickerson, and grandchildren; Payton Kunkler, Aubrey Brown, Chloe Hollingshead, Addie Hollingshead, Brody Kunkler, Jocelyn Dickerson, Mya Brown, and Ivey Dickerson. She will be missed by many, but especially her family.
He puts us here like the fresh start to a day. Suddenly darkness comes, he calls us away with each heart beat he has a plan. Though it may be hard to accept and understand. Our loved ones feel hurt by their loss. They are never truly alone as he walks with the cross no more will she feel pain. In the beauty of her children her life was not in vain. Watching over us each and every day. Before you know it in heaven together will you stay. Go we still need you where you are. We know your love is never far.
Written By Her Daughter.
Jenna (Kunkler) Dickerson
Private calling hours were held Thursday July 6, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Junction City, Ohio.
Funeral service were held Friday July 7, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. with Father Todd Lehigh at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Junction City, Ohio.
Burial was at St. Patrick’s Cemetery , Junction City, Ohio.