Joan McJunkin Hopkins
November 14, 1934 – March 2, 2020
Joan McJunkin Hopkins 85 years old passed away on March 2, 2020.
She was born in Statesville to Fred and Bernice McJunkin on November 14, 1934 and was a long term resident of Statesville. She was preceded in death by parents and her brother F. Eugene McJunkin.
Joan attended Statesville High School, where she was valedictorian of the class of 1953, and then went on to attend Mitchell Community College and the University of Cincinnati, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. Joan returned to Statesville where she was a long time employee of Davis Hospital and Statesville Medical Group working in and then managing the clinical laboratory until her retirement in 1995.
She was also a very active member of First Baptist Church and the Adult Sunday School Class in Statesville.
Survivors of Joan are two children Mary Beth Hopkins Zayicek of Belmont, NC and Mark Jordan Hopkins (Alex) of Statesville, grandchildren Sam Montgomery of Belmont, NC , Matt Montgomery (Maria) of Charlotte, NC, Jordan Hopkins of Claremont, NC and Cameron Hopkins of Charlotte, NC and one great granddaughter Amelia Montgomery of Charlotte, NC.
Burial will be a private family gathering at Oakwood Cemetery on Thursday, March 5th. Family will receive friends afterwards from 4-6pm at Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home.
Memorials in her honor can be made to the Western Carolina chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, 4600 Park Rd, Suite 250, Charlotte 28209.
Bunch-Johnson Funeral Homs is serving the Hopkins family.
The Western Carolina Chapter of The Alzheimer's Association
4600 Park Rd., Suite 250, Charlotte, NC 28209
- Visitation Thursday, March 5, 2020
Joan McJunkin Hopkins
March 4, 2020
Beth and Mark,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your families in the home going of your beautiful mother. She was very kind, supportive, and loving to all who knew her. She was one of my dearest friends. I have missed that close friendship and spending time with her since we moved from Statesville. I will remember her with all good thoughts in my heart and know that she is at rest in her heavenly home.
Much love and sympathy,
Fay Brincefield (Mrs. Jim)