- Born on: March 28, 1920
- Departed on: December 22, 2002
- Resided in:
Carl Paul Jungbluth
Carl Paul Jungbluth Sr.: 82, of 2008 100th Street, New Hampton, Iowa died Sunday morning, December 22, 2002 at Mercy Medical Center of North Iowa following a sudden illness. Memorial services will be held Thursday, January 2nd at 11:00 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church with Rev. Bergstrom officiating. Inurnment will be at a later date in Elm Grove Cemetery in Washington, Iowa. Friends may call at the church after 10:30 a.m. on January 2nd. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of North Iowa, 1003 Gilbert Street, Charles City, Iowa 50616. Carl is survived by his daughter Christine Popenhagen and husband Jerry of Middleton, WI, a son, Carl Jungbluth and wife Ronda (Boggess) of New Hampton, IA; 6 grandchildren, Mark Popenhagen of Nashville, Tennessee, Sara Popenhagen of Chicago, Illinois, Eric Jungbluth and wife Jennifer of Denver, Colorado, Sue Jungbluth and fiancée Adam Liddle of Waterloo, Iowa, Tammy Altman and husband Erik of Des Moines, Iowa and Laurie Smith and husband Mike of Des Moines, Iowa and 4 great grandchildren, Kelsea, Taylor, Brittany and Amber. Carl was preceded in death by his wife, his parents and two sisters and two brothers. Carl was born March 28, 1920 in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, the son of Carl and Olga Smevog Jungbluth. He married Mildred (Millie) Anderson on September 4, 1943. Millie died July 12 of this year. Carl served in Marines during World War II as dive bomber pilot. After the war, he returned to Washington, Iowa and was employed by the American Pearl Button Company. In the early 50s, they began farming in southeastern Iowa. In 1957, they purchased a farm near Alta Vista. In 1966, they returned to Washington, Iowa and owned and operated a Ford auto dealership until retirement in 1974. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. He also was a member of the Kaaba Shrine in Davenport and the Masonic Lodge #274 in New Hampton, Iowa. He loved gardening and flowers and was an avid hunter, fisherman and traveler. His favorite hobby was collecting friends. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Eastern Iowa.