Margaret Jeannie Jean Duncan
Born: 12/19/1935, Wing, North Dakota
Death: 8/11/2012, Grand Junction, CO
Viewing: 08/17/2012 6;00 to 8:00 pm, , Spanish Valley Mortuary
Service: 08/18/2012, 10:00 am, Moab 1st Baptist Church
Interment: 08/18/2012, , Sunset Memorial Gardens
Margaret Jean Duncan, better known to most as “Jeannie”, passed away
Saturday August 11, 2012 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. Jeannie
was born on December 19, 1935 to Emil and Mary Schocknmyer in wing, north
Dakota but moved to Utah with her family at an early age. Jeannie was
oldest of 6 kids, 4 brothers Emil, Robert, Richard, and Edward were her
baby sister Kathy. Jeannie married Cloyd O Duncan on September 18, 1959.
They spent many happy years together. Hough they had no children of their
own, they shared special bond with their many nieces and nieces, and then
her loved was showered on to her many great nieces and nephews. , and
great-great … Jeannie was cherished by her family, and she was adored by
many in the community. She won our hearts with open arms, always giving
loving words, and warming smiles. She will be greatly missed and
remembered of often. Jeannie was preceded in death by her parents Emil and
Mary Schocknmyer, her husband Cloyd Duncan, and 2 brothers Robert and
Richard Schocknmyer. A Funeral Service will be held Saturday August 18,
2012 at 10:00 am at the Moab 1st Baptist Church. A viewing will be held
Friday August 17, 2012 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Spanish Valley Mortuary.
Interment will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
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