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Joseph Jund, Jr.

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Joseph Jund, Jr. Obituary

In Memory of my Dad

Joseph Jund was born June 25, 1958 in Alamogordo, N.M. He married Dorothy Sanchez on July 20, 1996. Joseph and Dorothy had a son on February 9, 2000. They named him Daniel Jund.
Daniel's dad was fast, just like his son. He had friends that lived close to him at a young age. His family started going camping together.
My Dad always used to drive us to Alamogordo, his hometown, to visit family and friends, (grandma, grandpa and cousin.) He cooked lots of food for his family at home. He read track books with Daniel.
My Dad always supported me and took me to the track. He was my #1 fan! He cheered for me at track meets! I love you, Dad!!

A year ago, our lives changed forever.

Joseph Jund, Jr. was born on June 25, 1958 and died September 6, 2014.
Joe attended NMSU and attained a BA in Business Administration: Human Resources Management and Psychology in 1986, and continued his education by earning an MBA in Legal Research in 1988.
Joe worked at other positions before settling in Albuquerque, where he met the Love of his Life, Dorothy. Joe worked at First American Title in Albuquerque and went on to his latest job with the US Postal Service since 2000.
Joe was a family man and a member of Annunciation Catholic Parish. He provided for his family love, security and responsibility. Joe married Dorothy Sanchez on July 20, 1996. He leaves behind memories of his love for camping and being in the outdoors, for family gatherings, and especially his enthusiasm for seeing his son excel in Academics, Basketball and Track Events. Joe was a hard-working man and was always trying to provide a better life for his family.
All of his family and friends will remember the Glorious 4th of July BBQ's, the Rustic Camping Adventures and the Awesome Yearly Family Basketball Games that included all ages with few rules. He is safe now with God and has eternal peace. His family and friends will always love and remember.
"Forever and ever" your girl, Dorothy.
Published in Alamogordo Daily News from Sept. 6 to Oct. 5, 2015
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