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December 13, 2018

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December 6, 2018
Joyce and I want to offer our deepest sympathy to the entire Kunkel family. Tom and Mary Lou were longtime family friends since childhood. They later became friends and mentors to a young couple returning to Evansville from Vietnam and the U.S. Navy. I shared many work parties, bingo parties, summer socials, softball games, and Men's Club meetings with Tom.

We also shared our love for the St. Louis Cardinals and made many "couples" trips to St. Louis to watch them play. Also on those trips were other great friends from St. Joe, including my parents, Bill & Mary Ann Martin, Jerry and Monna Eberhard, Tom & Lucille Cameron, Don & Dean Bonenberger, Leroy & Mary Singleton, and Bernie and Vinda Kurzendoerfer. Those were some of the best days of my life.

A couple things I remember most about Tom were his dry humor, which was very funny, the quiet and humble way he lived his life, his devotion to his church, family, and friends. He even helped me move to a new house in 1978.

Reading his obituary makes it easy to understand how much he and Mary Lou were loved by all of you and also all of his many friends. He will be dearly missed.

Steve and Joyce Martin
Tucson, AZ