Michael C. Lunn

December 8, 1953June 4, 2018
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Michael C. Lunn, 64, of Yonkers, died on Monday June 4, 2018.

He was born on December 8, 1953 at St. John's Hospital to Mary Clifford and Glenn Lunn. Michael is survived by his son, Michael Lunn, daughter-in-law Patricia Lunn and a Grandson, Justin Lunn. Michael is also survived by two older brothers, James Lunn and Glenn Lunn and one sister, Glenna Lunn. Michael married Deana Labianco in 1971 and welcomed a son in 1972. Michael worked for Bard Pharmaceutical until he attended interstate trucking school at which time he purchased his first big rig, an international. Michael worked for CRST, Bullet Express for several years until he became an Owner operator obtaining his own Authority. He continued working as an owner/operator for the rest of his 40 year trucking career driving cross country New York to California and back. Michael recently retired from trucking and subsequently became ill and passed away unexpectly. Visiting hours will be at Whalen & Ball Funeral Home on Thursday 2-4 &7-9pm. Funeral service will take place at 11:15am on Friday June 15th at the Ferncliff Cemetery Chapel. Entombment will follow in the Rosewood Building at Ferncliff Cemetery. Whalen & Ball Funeral Home 168 Park Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. 10703 (914)965-5488


  • Visitation Thursday, June 14, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 15, 2018
  • Entombment Friday, June 15, 2018

Michael C. Lunn

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Paul Kazan

June 14, 2018

The entire Target Logistics family, mourns the loss of Michael, our dear friend and business partner.

In a very challenging business, Mike was a very rare individual.

He was the hardest working and and by far the most loyal person we have ever had the pleasure to work with.

We have been blessed to collaborate with Mike in business for almost 30 continous years.

We had the pleasure to sit down with Mike in our office after every trip.

He always engaged Jack and myself in topical conversations and of course he couldn’t help but share some new jokes he had.

We had always looked forward to seeing him and truly lamented his retirement. Not because he didn’t surely deserve it.

But because we knew that we wouldn’t have our regular talks over coffee, that Jack would brew fresh for Mike in anticipation of his stopping by.

He promised to stop by every so often nonetheless.

We extend our sincerely deepest condolences to Mike’s entire family for their untimely and profound loss.

Paul, Jack and all his friends at
Target Interstate Systems

Jazmine Cappa

June 12, 2018

My condolences to the Lunn family. No doubt this is a tough time for your family and the need for comfort is critical. Thankfully God lovingly provides us with his word the Bible which offers us this comfort. (Revelation 21:4) So very soon God will bring about a time where not only our loved ones will return., but they will return to a world where they wont be plagued by sickness or stalked by death.

Chelon Vazquez-Rakic

June 7, 2018

To my bff first cousin Mike, I am so sorry for your loss...
Uncle Mike was an awesome man by far. I love you very much and I will see you soon, so be prepared to hug for a bit.
God bless you, love always- your first cousin/Bff. Chélon

Amy Maloney

June 7, 2018

Mike and Patty,
I am so sorry for you and your family's loss, my heart goes out to you all, much love and prayers to you both and your family.

patty Lunn

June 7, 2018

Mike was a great father to my husband and grand father to our son he always had a joke to say. He was a great father in law nice kind friendly man there are no words to say but we are heart broken this happened to fast unexpectedly bit u will always be in our hearts go fly with the angels now and be with your mom. R.i.P u will be missed mike
Love your daughter in law always patty and grandson justin

James Lunn, Jr. (Little Jimmy)

June 7, 2018

Uncle Mike has a beautiful soul. He was sometimes rough around the edges, but those that really got to know him, realized what a gentle and kind person he was. He truly would give you the shirt off his back. I always enjoyed my conversations with him and he always made me rethink my personal opinions, no matter what the subject was about. He was a comedian and enjoyed hearing people laugh and smile.
He drove his brothers and sister crazy at times, but they all have the deep love for one another, including the leader of the pack, Mary Lunn (Grandma). I know she is up there with him now, holding his hand along with his brother Bobby.
I wish I had spent more time with him, but he was on the move a lot. Instead of conforming to the typical “rat-race” most of us live as, he wanted to travel, explore, and be responsible for what he wanted to do. He was a hard worker and never gave up. God bless him, his beautiful son Michael Lunn, Jr., and his siblings( My Dad James, Uncle Cliff, and Aunt Glenna). A big emptiness is felt within all of our hearts.
Little Jimmy

Lane Sanders

June 6, 2018

Uncle Mickey was someone you always remember . It was always a happy scene whenever he was around . He was always sure to give you the laugh that would keep you laughing through the night . Even more so he was someone that would care for you no matter what . Always wanted to ensure you were ok and would do anything to help you through anything whether it be sure advice or the shirt off his back . You can’t help but hope that you too could someday replicate the soft soul that he would pass onto everyone in the room . You will be truly missed Uncle Mike .

-Love Lane

Noreen Keener

June 6, 2018

Mikey, Thank you for thirteen years of laughs, you will be greatly missed.
I will always cherish our saturday morning coffee chats and your stories about rolling across the nation.

Every time you arrived into Newfield you had a new joke. I remember some of your jokes were so bad, I had to get you reinstated back into warehouses that they tossed you out of because of your jokes.

Most of all the love you have and shared for your family.

Forever in my mind, rest in peace my friend.

Noreen Keener (RLS Logistics)

Michael Lunn. Jr

June 6, 2018

Well I do not even know where to begin, this happened so out of the blue that I am still in shock.

My dad was a real comedian, No matter who he met or where he was he would speak his mind and always had a joke to tell and I think that is what I will miss the most is him always calling me to tell me some of his jokes he heard on the road.

My dad definitely lived his life to the fullest and on his terms and always said when it's his time to go he would like to go in his sleep and not have to be in the hospital for months and he got his wish of not having to spend time in the hospital.

I know he is up there with gram right now telling everyone up there jokes.

I love you dad

Love always
Michael Lunn
Your son


Michael when he was a Baby