OBITUARY

Jordan Daniel Brunk

September 16, 1995July 29, 2020
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Jordan D. Brunk, age 24 of Overland Park, Kansas passed away in the presence of his loving family on July 29, 2020 at 7:25 PM due to a reoccurring GBM brain tumor. Jordan was born on September 16, 1995 in Kansas City, Missouri to Jeff and Debbie Brunk. He graduated from Olathe East High School in 2014 and went on to JCCC and Kansas State University studying construction management and science. He was a AKKA black belt. He was a member of Valley View United Methodist Church and Church of the Resurrection, Overland Park Campus. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout as well as being a Brotherhood member of Scouting's Order of the Arrow and a Firebuilder in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. Jordan is survived by his parents and sister: Rachel Boley. Jordan was most recently preceded in death by his uncle Al Palmer, who lovingly supported him during his radiation treatments and his grandmother Clara Palmer in January 2018. In Jordan's last two months, he was able to make such wonderful connections with people who could visit and made such delicious food for him which he thoroughly enjoyed.

Live stream the celebration August 10 2pm at cor.org/overlandpark/memorialsonline

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to pediatric brain tumor research dottodotrun.org

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Griffin Rohlfing
  • Nate Ahlgren
  • Alex Ohler
  • Alex Westrope
  • Logan Thomas
  • Daniel Rowland

Services

  • Virtual Funeral Service

    Monday, August 10, 2020

Memories

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Marilyn Spatz

August 10, 2020

I remember grade school years of Vacation Bible School. Jordon came home with grandson Sam to spend the afternoon. He was an awesome, brave young man. Blessings! Marilyn

Richard Brown

August 10, 2020

To Jeff,Debbie and Rachel
I was able to watch the on line service today! What a wonderful tribute to Jordan. I am sending my love and prayers to all of you.
Rich Brown

Margaret Goforth

August 10, 2020

I've watched Jordan grow up with photos on his Mom's office wall. I loved hearing of their adventures in Eagle Scouts, including one major hike that included Debbie... what a trooper. My favorite memory is at his sister's wedding... the smiles that Jordan brought to the toast for his sister and the absolute joy he brought to the dancing are happy memories. Jordan and I both shared a love for a certain Greek lemon chicken rice soup and I always think fondly of him whenever I make this pot of soup.

Jocelyn Sanchez

August 10, 2020

There’s endless of great memories with Jordan, but my favorite would be watching him play with my son Ryan. Jordan was always on play mode when visiting our home and with that he always brighten up the room much more. The endless smiles we shared will forever be held close to heart.

Norma Altman

August 10, 2020

I have been blessed to know Jordan over the years. My grandson, Alex Westrope, will miss all the special times he, Jordan, and the group of boys that were inseparable, have experienced. My loving prayers to your family. Jordan left a beautiful, lasting impact on everyone that knew him.

Shannon Casebeer

August 3, 2020

Dear Brunk Family,

I am a professor at K-State in the Construction Management Department. I am so very sorry for your loss. I knew Jordan as a student from my classes and he was a valued member of our department's competition team that I coached for the Associated Schools of Construction. He was a great guy and I am truly grateful that I got to know him during his time here at K-State. He will be missed and for me, remembered.

With my deepest sympathy,
Shannon Casebeer
KSU

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