LeRoy-Jungroth-Obituary

LeRoy C. Jungroth

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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To Charlie's family:In about 1951 I worked for Charlie, his brother Bun, Dick Younger and the fourth partner. At the Tower Body Shop in Robbinsdale pumping gas back in high school. My family remembers him from the shoe store next to Coast to Coast where he always had shoes and lots of tootsie rolls. In addition to his pony rides!Our deep sympathies on your loss.Alan & Patty Peterson & Family Plymouth, MN

To the Jungroth family: I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Chuck as well as I knew Ruth but whenever I came to visit Ruth, Chuck was always so friendly and kind. I could tell in his eyes that he was a very kind and gentle man. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Uncle Chuck, you were always sweet and kind to us. My brother and I always looked forward to the shoe shows because we knew you'd be there and have something special for us, usually a shoe horn. lol but we loved it. RIP Uncle Chuck.

Thank-you for passing on the true spirit of giving embodied in the person of Santa Clause. You not only 'Talked the talk' but you 'Walked the walk'!!!!
You leave a lasting impression on the many who had the honor of knowing you.

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LeRoy's Obituary

LeRoy Jungroth passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on March 31, 2013.