Furman Joe Lunger

June 3, 1930 - August 7, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Service Date:

Funeral Home Harding Litwin Funeral Home

Posted by:
Dick bahr

Posted on:
June 15, 2022

I worked with Furman and he always had a smile and always had a good joke to keep you laughing. My prayers and thoughts go out to the family.

Posted by:
Diane K Bean

Posted on:
August 25, 2021

Hi Aunt Dot and family. I just learned of Uncle Jr's passing. So sorry for your loss. He always took the time to call me and check how things were going out here in California. We always talked baseball, weather and health. He was kind and patient. He always had a laugh about a good story with Mom being raised on the farm. He will be missed but remembered with fondness. So glad you have your family around you. Sending you much love.

Posted by:
Jim&Cheryl Bahr

Posted on:
August 16, 2021

Thoughts and prayers for the family. He raised good family . I worked with the boys he instilled good work ethics In them . Jim and Cheryl Bahr

Posted by:
Sheri and Brad Storrs

Posted on:
August 11, 2021

One of our favorite memories will always be the Pa. covered bridge tour Furman took us on in 2014. We saw his old schoolhouse; he told us the history of several covered bridges and we went to a farmers market that had a petting zoo! What a great day we had. We are so very sorry for his family left behind and our hearts are grieving right along with yours. May he soar among the angels now, free of pain and suffering. And I’m sure he is up there getting everyone in ship-shape order. He had a long beautiful well-lived life with Dot. Sending hugs from South Carolina to you all.

Posted by:
janet meigs

Posted on:
August 11, 2021

So very sorry for your loss. I know how much this hurts, as you all are aware. However, the memories you have accumulated will stay with you forever. He is now in God's presence, and I hope you are all at peace. Thinking of you and sending loving regards.

Posted by:
Dale Wintermute

Posted on:
August 8, 2021

I have many childhood memories of my Uncle Junior and Aunt Dot. When I was little the bigger kids wouldn't play with me, but when Uncle Junior and Aunt Dot would visit, Uncle Junior would play with me. He used to spend a lot of time pushing me on the tire swing, he never complained and wouldn't stop pushing me until I told him I had enough and wanted to get down. He and Aunt Dot raised a wonderful family. He will be missed by many. Love to you all and Wade give your Mom a hug from me.

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