Edward-Juntilla-Obituary

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Edward Allen Juntilla

Princeton, Minnesota

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Hi Great Grandpa, I wish I could have gotten to know you personally, other than the one time we met years ago. Yet I still know you were a great man. I wish you a peaceful slumber. I miss you.
Sincerely your great grandson.

Hi great grandpa its your great granddaughter i really miss you and hope that you will be ok. I love you a lot.

Grandpa, we love you and miss you. I know you're free of pain now, but I'm sorry you had to go. I wish I had been able to go back to Minnesota today to say a final goodbye, but my heart is with you and the rest of the family. I wish you could have seen Nikko again now that he's a teenager and I wish you had the chance to meet Ryanne cause she's growing up fast herself. But I told them you can see them from Heaven now. Please keep an eye on the family.

We'll miss you Uncle Ed. Our sincere sympathies go out to you Aunt Doris, and your entire family. Love, Niece Angeline and Chuck.

We knew Ed from Emerson ave. He and his family were good neighbors. I am sorry for your loss. James passed away in August and I understand your feelings of loss. Muriel Neifert

Ed Juntilla was a sergeant when I came on the MPD Jan '69. He was the recruit class sergeant. He was slow to anger and very knowledgable. I and his police family mourns at his passing from this life along with his immediate family. I am a better person after meeting Ed Juntilla. God bless

It was Ed that got me started in the traffic aspect of law enforcement. His direction and encouragement put me on a path of how and why traffic accidents occur. A path I am still on today. At our monthly luncheons Ed always was upbeat and had good stories and words to say about everyone. He was a great leader, supervisor, and man. I will miss you Ed. Rest in peace.

Our prayers go out to you on this time of sorrow, losing a loved one is always sad.

Lt. Juntilla was without question the best supervisor I had in my 20 years in the Minneapolis Police Dept. He always had a positive attitude about everything, and always had something good to say about everyone. He sure made coming to work something to look forward to. My sympathies to his family. He was a prince of a man and may he rest in peace.

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