March 28, 1924 ~ December 6, 2009

Born in: Oshkosh, Wisconsin,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Asheville ~ Paul William Jungen, 85, of Givens Estates, passed away on Sunday, December 6, 2009 in the John F. Keever Hospice Solace Center. He was the son of the late Joseph M. Jungen and Rose Clara Wellner Jungen. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Cassidy Jungen and three brothers, Joseph, Leo and Carl W. Jungen and a half sister, Marie. He was retired from the US Army and served during WW II, Korean and Vietnam Wars. He was a member of St. Barnabas Catholic Church. He is survived by his brother, Donald Jungen of Lubbock, TX. A funeral mass will be said at 10:30 a.m. Friday, December 11th at St. Barnabas Roman Catholic Church. Private burial will be held at the Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery in Black Mountain.

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  1. Your time on earth was precious and thoughtful. Thank you for being the generous,caring man that you were. You will be missed.

    Love, Julie, Rick and Mike

  2. We will keep you in our hearts. You will be missed; but we’re so glad you’re now with your Savior!

    With love,
    Laura, Roger, Jenna, & Marcus

  3. We are saddened, but we know you are at peace now. We enjoyed our visits to Asheville and will miss them, but the memories of those visits will always be cherished.
    Marianne & Larry

  4. I always admired the fact he typed his letters. He left us all a gift that will last forever – the Jungen geneology books. Rest in peace, Uncle Paul.

  5. Uncle Paul’s dedication to the Jungen Geneology is a testiment to his love for the Jungen Family. Our Prayers are for you– we too enjoyed our visit to Ashville and Paul’s hospitality.
    Love and Prayers.

  6. My husband and I had great fondness and respect for Paul and we’re so sorry to hear about his death. Our sincere condolences to his family.

    I knew that his health was poor and I’m thankful that he was able to live to care for Aunt Mary until the end of her life. May they both rest in peace together.


    Cathleen and Bill Boyd

  7. We owe Paul a great debt for the Jungen Genealogy he prepared. I became acquinated with him in 1988 when I furnished him some information on Andrew Jungen’s family.
    Andrew was my grandfather. I never met him personally but talked to him on the phone several times. He planned to stop & visit us in June 1995 on their way back from Salt Lake City, UT. However this never happened & we never got to NC to visit them.


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