Stanley Lee Junod

  • Born: July 26, 1952
  • Died: April 4, 2019
  • Location: Ankeny, Iowa

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Ankeny, IA 50023

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Stan Junod, 66, of Ankeny passed away April 4, 2019.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, April 8, 2019 at Our Lady's Immaculate Heart Church (510 E 1st St, Ankeny). A visitation will be held 4 to 6:00 p.m., Sunday, April 7th, also at the church.

Born to Robert and Helen Junod, he grew up in Sioux City, Iowa, and graduated from East High School in Sioux City. He went on to attend Iowa State University where he earned a degree in Civil Engineering, and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

He married Patricia Samson of Ida Grove, Iowa on September 5, 1975, and together had 3 daughters.

After a career in Civil Engineering in the Agricultural Industry, Stan retired in December 2017 from Prairie Engineering.

Stan enjoyed spending time with family, golfing, hunting, fishing, playing cards, and watching sports. He was an avid Cyclone fan, had a great sense of humor, and will be remembered for his "one-liners."

He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Patricia (Samson); 3 daughters, Michelle Junod and her partner Sherry Keating of Mountain View, CA, Laura (Junod) Fremming and her husband Brad Fremming of Omaha, NE and Erica (Junod) Evans and her husband Nelson Evans of Grimes, IA; three granddaughters Makayla and Adelynn Fremming and Ella Evans; brother Steve Junod of Ankeny, IA; sister Suzie Martz & husband Brian Martz of Johnston, IA; brother Scott Junod (Rose Lombardi) of Indiana, PA, and many nieces, nephews, and friends.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I worked with Stan at Weitz. I was just informed of his passing. It seems like yesterday we were trying to plan a golf game with some beers. I can't believe he is gone. My thoughts are with the family. He was truly a great guy!

Sue Sailors

Posted by A friend   July 30, 2019

Julann and I were very saddened to read of Stans passing. I have fond memories of Stan at Iowa State and as members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Stan was Treasurer and I Asst. Treasurer and also in the inaugural class of Big Brothers of Kappa Delta Sorority. I will always be grateful for Stan and Pat introducing me to my wife of which I can never be thankful enough.
Fergie

Posted by Tom/Julann Ferguson - Wheaton, IL - friend   April 27, 2019

I was blessed to get to know Stan and Pat, and I knew immediately Stan had equal parts of love and respect of life and those that lived it. He made the most of his day and he did so with a smile and a positive outlook. My heart is incredibly heavy with his passing and the loss that Pat and their family are feeling. Please know all of you are in my daily thoughts, prayers in your hours, days and time ahead.

Posted by Rhonda Bills - Altoona, IA - Friend   April 11, 2019

I only worked with Stan a short while and learned immediately that he is a man of integrity. My fellow co-workers spoke highly of Stan and I was looking forward to getting to know him better. People like him are always a delight to be around, be it work or pleasure.
My sincerest and most heartfelt condolences to Stan's family and his close friends.
May he rest in peace.

Posted by Steve Novy - Des Moines, IA - Acquaintance   April 10, 2019

I am so very saddened to see this notice. I waited on Stan and Pat many many years at Benchwarmers in Ankeny, they were always so pleasant and fun. Such great supporters of the Ankeny School system athletics with their daughters. We have lost a good one.

Posted by Janet Westendorf - Ankeny, IA - Acquaintance   April 10, 2019

My heart is very heavy hearing about Stan's passing.. he was always a sweet teddybear to all of us KD"s and will always remember his sparkly eyes, kind heart and giving personality. He adored his wife, Pat, our KD angel and we wish strength and keeping of good memories for all of his family.. he will really be missed by anyone who knew him- much love, Becky Wright

Posted by Rebecca Minnick - Milford, DE - Friend   April 09, 2019

Prayers and love from Chicago to the Junod family. Peace to you, youre all in our hearts.

Posted by Michelle & Teresa - Chicago, IL - friend   April 07, 2019

Prayers to the family for this loss

Posted by Rhonda Junod - Soldier, KS - Family   April 07, 2019

Sending our prayers and sympathy to all of you! We have fond memories of time spent with your family!With our love, Andy and Lori Nielsen

Posted by A friend   April 07, 2019

I was very saddened to hear of Stan's passing. I worked with Stan in engineering in years past and considered him a good friend. His humor and wit will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Posted by Gary White - Granger, IA - Coworker   April 07, 2019

Stan, was great guy. He loved his wife, loved his family, and loved golf, if ya played fast! Stan was a really good player, he'd racked up numerous hole-in-ones. He'd play anywhere with anybody.
Sad deal, he was taken too early. He will be missed.

Posted by Jeff Egli - Ankeny, IA - Friend   April 07, 2019

We so enjoyed Stan and Pat as our neighbors on SE 10th St when all of our kids were growing up.

Posted by Bob & Vicky Ryherd - Ankeny, IA - Friend   April 06, 2019

Dear family. I just saw this on facebook and it makes me so sad. Joan had called and told me about his illness, but she didn't let me know he had passed away. I have a lot of good, fun memories of Stan and the whole family which I treasure. We would have come to the funeral if we had known sooner, but I know how life gets when a treasured one passes. Please know I am sending my love to you all and praying that God will give you the strength and peace that you need to endure this loss. Love you and miss you all!
Doris

Posted by Doris (Kuehl) Brockish - Wamego, KS - Family   April 06, 2019

We were so sorry to here of Stan's passing. I had the pleasure of working with him when I joined Younglove Construction in Sioux City in 1980. He was a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor. To Pat and his entire family, we send our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. May God bring you the comfort that only He can.

With sincere condolences,

John and Deb Severe

Posted by John and Deb Severe - Sioux City, IA - Friend   April 06, 2019

Stan was not only my cousin, he was my friend. WE grew up together and we always remained close.

I will miss him so much, he always made me laugh. He was there for me when I went through a terrible time in my life and I'm so glad I was able to talk to him through these last days of his life.

I love you

Posted by Michelle Brand - KANSAS CITY, MO - Family   April 06, 2019