Kunz, Myron Logan

Kunz, Myron Logan

Myron Logan Kunz 73 , of Apache Junction, Arizona. Passed away September 8th, 2015 He was born August 8th, 1942 in Murray Utah to his Parents Logan Ray Kunz and Virginia Lucille Pollard Kunz . Myron married the love of his life Sandra Lucille Nelson in 1965 . They raised 4 children Marlene, Troy, Tammy, and Travis. They have 8 Grandchildren And 5 Great Grandchildren . Myron was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He loved serving in his faith. Myron served in the United States Air Force. He was awarded an Honorable Discharge. He worked for Airborne Express for years. Myron had to retire from working due to medical problems. He lived his life in Apache Junction , Arizona. Myron loved his music, photography, sightseeing. But mostly spending time with his family. His pride and joy was teaching and raising his Grandson Dakota. Myron had 4 Brothers Robert, Gary, Ronald and Kenneth. He has one Sister Mary Joyce. Preceded in death Kenneth Dean Kunz

Myron’s services will be held
September 18th 2015 at A Wise Choice Desert View Chapel
9702 East Apache Trail, Mesa, Az
Services will begin at 9:00 am
Myron will be laid to rest at The National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.
23029 North Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix Az

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3 responses to Kunz, Myron Logan

  1. Ron Thompson says:

    On behalf of all the Thompson family in Phoenix & Salt Lake we wish to offer our sincerest condolences and best wishes to Sandra his beloved wife and his parents and all family & friends on the passing of Myron.. Our prayers and Love to all and that our Heavenly Father will bless and be with you all at this time .. Ron Thompson .

  2. Tamera Kyzer says:

    Dad, I love you with all my heart. I will miss you. You are a special part of my life. I know your at peace and very happy in heaven. I love you. With love Tammie.

  3. Just learned of Myron’s passing and wanted to extend my condolences as well. I only knew Myron briefly while we were stationed at Travis AFB, but he and Denny Green and I made an exciting trip together in my mother’s Studebaker Hawk to General Conference in April 1962. I have photos of the trip if anyone would like to have them. I am available at 614-486-1989 in Columbus Ohio.

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