Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home & Cemeteries

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Malcolm Michael Junker, Jr.

October 26, 1948August 10, 2019
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Malcolm Michael Junker, Jr., age 70, passed away on Saturday, August 10, 2019 while living his dream in Belize. He was born on October 26, 1948 in San Antonio, Texas to the late Malcolm Michael Junker, Sr. and Marie Sahuque Junker Dwyer.

He is survived by his sisters, Marie Junker Curry (George), Lucy Junker Tujague (Steve) and Tammy Junker DeLatte (Craig); his niece and goddaughter, Elizabeth Curry Gibbons (Grant), nieces Renee Tujague Cresap (Doug), Victoria Whittington and Alexis Whittington Williams (Thadeus); nephew, Stephen L. Tujague, Jr. (Holly); great nieces and nephews, Kate and Georgia Gibbons, Emma, Stevie, Ali, Annie, Mary Lucy, and Charlie Tujague, Mia, Ava and Carter Cresap; and numerous uncles, aunts, many cousins and friends.

Malcolm’s love for his family and friends knew no boundaries. He was a true friend, had the biggest heart and was always there to lend a helping hand. He never met a stranger and you would immediately become his friend with his inviting smile, joyful spirit, and warm and kind generous heart. He loved the water, sailing, boating, fishing, snorkeling, cooking and telling a good story or two or maybe three, but most of all he loved people and entertaining them. He was living his best life and invited all to visit him wherever he lived, but especially in Belize, where he enjoyed showing friends his dream life of retirement. Malcolm will always be in our hearts and will be deeply missed by all who were blessed to call him a brother, brother-in-law or friend. He loved the country of Belize and its people and his Texas and Belize friends were a very special part of his life.

Malcolm grew up in the Irish Channel. He attended Redemptorist High School and Alcee Fortier High School, graduating in 1968. He was a City of New Orleans Policeman, working in the 6th District for 10 years. He retired from Boh Environmental, LLC, in 2017, where he was a loyal employee for 18 years. His last assignment was as a production manager in Houston, Texas.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Memorial Mass held in the Chapel of Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd in New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 12:00 noon. Visitation will begin at 10:00 a.m. until Mass. Interment will follow at Lake Lawn Park Cemetery. Following the interment, a Celebration of Life Reception will take place at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to any of the following organizations: The New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation, the Compassion Fund, https://nopif.org/, 141 Robert E. Lee Blvd. #210, New Orleans, LA 70124 or Northshore Humane Society, http//www.northshorehumane.org. 20384 Harrison Ave, Covington, LA 70433.

To view and sign the family guestbook, please visit lakelawnmetairie.com.


21 August


10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home

5100 Pontchartrain Blvd.
New Orleans, LA

21 August

Memorial Mass

12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home


5100 Pontchartrain Blvd.
New Orleans, LA


Malcolm Michael Junker, Jr.

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Micaela Toma

August 19, 2019

My dear Malcolm , I will keep all the photos that I have with you .Like a precious treasure This one is the one I like it more . Love you , you was a real friend for me . One of a million ♥️
RIP Malcom 🙏

Micaela Toma

August 19, 2019

My dear and sweet friend , your baby girl , as you used to call me , can not believe that you are not with us anymore . You was the first person that I meet when I've moved to SP , my neighbor, and instantly we became friends . You love my little family as we love you . I have so much memories with you , we laugh a lot together, you always give me good advices , we make trips with your little boat and have fun , we celebrate birthdays together ! We continue to keep in touch even if I come back to Italy and it was suppose to come by me next year .
You was a true and sincer person , a real gentleman , a great heart and soul . It is not fair that all this happens to you my dear Malcolm . I will never forget you , you have already a little space into mine and my son heart. Love you Malcom , be happy also where you are , keep sailing and protect all of us that really care about your great heart . A huge loss for me and also for your family.
May your beautiful soul rest in peace Malcolm as you deserve 🙏🙏♥️.
We love you . I was lucky to know you .
Micaela and Paul Toma

Irvin Magri

August 18, 2019

I had the priviledge of working with Brother Malcolm in the 6th District,NOPD. Malcolm was a very good police officer working in a very "tough" police district. He was honest,brave and respectful of everyone. He was also a proud member of the Police Assn. of New Orleans (PANO) of which I founded and serves as President of. He joined me in the fight for better police equipment, first aid kits in the District squad cars, better police units,better working conditions and better wages. I knew him to be a solid police officer and the type that you wanted to be with you in a tight and/or dangerous situation. God Bless him and his family. Sgt. Irv Magri, Founder and Past President PANO

Sally Pinkerton

August 17, 2019

Dear Malcolm,
You are an angel and you were an angel on earth too! Your smile and your continuous giving to everyone will be so missed on Ambergris Caye. I could always count on you for an early morning text wherever you were. And of course a visit weekly when you were on island. I’m so glad I have pictures of our memories. Always a gentleman, I already miss you terribly!

Jack Uhle sr

August 17, 2019

Malcolm, you were one of a kind, a friend, a coworker, Sixth District Officer and an all around good individual. Always a smile on your face and nothing bad to say about anyone. Your sailing and your retirement were well earned. We are going to miss you so save a place in heaven for us and I hope that we meet again, just not right away, OK?

Gladis Lopez

August 16, 2019

Dear friend, I did not want to believe when I realized that I would not see you anymore and I was hoping to see you because you had said that you were coming to the United States in this month, you left us too soon but I am glad that your last days you enjoyed living your dreams ...
I will miss you...... rest in peace my friend.

Glenn Blanchard

August 16, 2019

The more I lean about Malcom the more I realize what an amazing individual he was. It is obvious how loved he was by so many people. In every picture I’ve seen of him he has a joy for life radiating from his face. Put simply he was just a beautiful person.

Janice Calligan

August 16, 2019

Malcolm and I went to Fortier together and he was such a nice person always there to help or make us laugh. May you rest in peace my friend Condolences to your family!!

Nestor Cerpa

August 16, 2019

Malcolm you where a great person to my family here in Belize you had a great heart in helping people ❤️ I remember the last time we went deepsea fishing and we got all does mah mahi and that big barracuda 🎣 rest in paradise brother untill we meet again plz give my dad a tight hug in heaven for us tell him that his kids love him so much and that we miss him 😭💔 we love you both so much ❤️

Sherry Wright

August 16, 2019

Malcom you were loved by all here in Texas. First time meeting you with my sister Kerry Wright Bayley at my Baptized at my church. Rest in Peace my friend. Sending my condolences and prayers to all in family.