Albert Huston Junkin (1901-1979)

ANCESTRAL LINE: A1 Joseph Junkin I | B1 William Junkin | C8 Andrew Junkin | D1 William Junkin (Jenkins) | E1 Albert Augustus Junkin (Jenkins) | F4 Harry Augustus Junkin

G2 Albert Huston ("Jack") Junkin, was born in Hamilton, Ohio on August 6, 1901, and he died in February 1979. He was the son of Harry A. Junkin and Jessie Spivey Junkin. He is buried at Rose Hill Cemetary in Butler County. He married Evelyn C. Pflanzer in 1931 in Williamstown, Kentucky. She was born on 3 Sept 1909 and died on 11 April 1993. She worked at a clerk coordinator for the Selective Service System for 25 years. She retired in 1971.

Jack attended Hamilton schools, graduating from Hamilton High in 1920. He attended Washington and Jefferson College, PA in 1922, and Case School of Applied Science 1923-24.

He was a member of the BPO Elks Lodge 93, served on the board of governors, was lodge entertainment chairman, and active in bowling leagues. He was a member of Hugh Bates Lodge 686, F&M Valley of Cincinnati, Scottish Rite and Syrian Temple. He was a professional representative for pharmaccutical companies in the south east area for 40 years, retiring in 1962.


Obituary of Albert Huston Junkin

Albert H. (Jack) Junkin,77, 355 Thomas Blvd., died Wednesday at 8:30 p.n. in Fort Hamilton Hughes Hospital. He was born in Hamilton son of Harry A and Jessie Spivey Junkin, and attended Hamilton schools, graduating from Hamilton Hignh in 1920. He attended Washington and Jefferson College, PA in 1922, and Case School of Applied Science 1923-24.

Mr. Junkin was a life member of the BPO Elks Lodge 93, served on the board of governors, was lodge entertainment chairman, and active in bowling leagues.

He was a member of Hugh I Bates Lodge 686, F&A.M. Valley of Cincinnati Scottish Rite and Syrian Temple.

He married Evelyn Pflanzer in 1931 in Williamstown Kentucky.

He was professional representative for pharmaceutical companies in the south east area for 40 years, retiring in 1962. Survivors are the wife, Mrs. Evelyn Junkin; Two daughters Mrs. Raymond (Janet Lee) Ingram, and Mrs. Danny (Sue Ann) Cantwell, both of Hamilton; twin grandchildren, four great grandchildren.

Services Saturday 10 a.m. Brown Dawson Funeral Home, 320 Pershing Ave. with burial in Rose Hill Burial Park.

Visitation Friday 5-9p.m. at the funeral home, Hugh I Bates Lodge services followed by Scottish Rite services 7 p.m.. Elks service 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be sent to the Shrine burns Institute or the Elks Charity Fund.


Obituary of Evelyn Junkin

Evelyn C. Junkin 83, of Westover Retirement Community, Hamilton died Sunday at her residence.

Born in Hamilton, Mrs. Junkin worked as a clerk coordinator for the Selective Service System for 25 years, retiring in 1971.

She is survived by her daughters, Jane Lee Ingram and Sue Anne Cantwell, both of Hamilton, 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grand children.

Mass of Christian Burial is 10:30 am Wednesday at St Peter in Chains Catholic Church, Ridgelawn and Liberty avenues, Hamilton. Visitation is 9-10 a.m. Wednesday at Weigel Funeral Home Rose Hill Chapel 980 NWWashington Blvd. Hamilton.

Burial will be at Rose Hill Burial park. Memorials are suggested to Hospice of Miami Valley or to a charity of the donorís choice.


Children of Albert "Jack" Junkin and Evelyn Pflanzer:


Information about the Andrew Junkin line was supplied by Joyce Junkin Cockerill, September 2001, updated June 2005.
Her e-mail address is: jcockerill@cinci.rr.com.

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