IJ Morris at Star of David Cemetery of the Palm Beaches 

9321 Memorial Park Road, West Palm Beach, FL


Frederick J. Junker

October 3, 1935January 9, 2020

Frederick J. Junker, age 84, of Royal Palm Beach, Florida passed away on Thursday January 9, 2020. Frederick was born October 3, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Adam and Jane Junker.

Frederick was a veteran, serving in the United States Marine Corps.

Frederick is survived by his wife of 39 years, Phyllis C. Junker; daughter Stacey Regar (Milton); son Fred Junker; daughter Allison Lemming (Malcom); daughter Courtney Basset (Mark); son Shaun Junker (Erin); and daughter Heather Junker; 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

A Memorial Service with Military Honors for Frederick will be held Sunday, January 19, 2020 from 2:30pm at IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches, 9321 Memorial Park Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33412.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.starofdavidfunerals.com for the Junker family.


19 January

Memorial Service

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm

IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches

9321 Memorial Park Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33412


Frederick J. Junker

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Janet B

January 15, 2020

Fred will be missed for sure. All of our conversations, laughs and smart comments!! He always made me smile! What fun memories I will always have of him!! Rest In Paradise my friend!!! ❤️❤️

Sally Graziano-Deckert

January 14, 2020

Not a day will go by that our family won’t think of Fred and just smile! Fred was the first friend we made in the neighborhood 25 years ago! The Junker’s are family to us! We r going to miss our favorite Marine 😘❤️

Catherine Croft

January 14, 2020

I will miss you Fred you always know how to make me laugh. I miss coming over and sitting with you especially on Halloween handing out candy!! Semper Fi Marine!

Andrew Croft

January 14, 2020

I will miss having lunch with Fred every November 10th (USMC Birthday) I will miss his big laugh and smile! Rest easy Marine.

Luann Garten

January 14, 2020

There's not a day goes by that I won't remember you fondly by walking out the front door, seeing you in the driveway and yelling, " Hey Fred" I will miss that. Rest in peace my friend. Prayers for your family. My heart goes out to them. God watch over the Junker family as they make peace with this terrible loss.

sandy sweed

January 14, 2020

sincere sympathy to all. Fred was an awesome guy. he had a wonderful sense of humor. and a terrific personality. he will be missed by all who loved and knew him. rest in peace fred.

Kim Newsholme

January 14, 2020

Going to miss you Fred. You were one of my favorite neighbors and friend. You will leave a deep hole in the hearts of many. I hope Heaven is ready for this Marine, keep them laughing. 💔

Bonnie and Carl Lightfoot

January 12, 2020

We have so many wonderful happy memories of our “Bro”. Multiple vacation cruises and time share weeks all involving side splitting laughter. Fred making eight turkey club sandwiches for all of us at Lake Champlain. It only took him six and a half hours to do it, one at a time!

We remember Fred getting trapped against the wall, in our futon, yelling “help Phyllis, help”. Phyllis and Carl were laughing so hard they couldn’t help him. Fred firmly believed Bonnie saved his life that day.

Our fabulous road trip and week in Branson, all the great shows. When we returned home, we all agreed Fred would never drive us anywhere again, and he didn’t.

Countless New Years Eve celebrations when together we welcomed the new year. Fred will remain in ours hearts forever with memories of so many happy times.

We remember Fred lovingly and send our Love, our thoughts and our prayers to Phyllis and the Junker family,
Bonnie and Carl

Carole & James McCleery

January 12, 2020

There are so many memories and good times . We will miss all of them.
Playing Pictionary and Fred trying to draw a newspaper.I do not know how many times he drew the exact same thing. We never did guess it. New Years some years ago, banging pots and pans at a resort making sure everyone was awake. I think we had a few drinks. Fred enjoyed life , that is certain.
Playing cards for hours and days at Lake Champlain in New York was always Fun. Again, over the years we had many times that are unforgettable.
Phyllis and family, we love you. God Is with you always.
With love to all, Carole and Jim