Condolences for John Mark Kunst

Virginia P. Jones posted on 9/8/18

Pam and family, I am so sorry for your lost , my condolences to the family of John Kunst. John and you were so good to my Mother during her illness. She always spoke highly about John was the best boss she had at UMC, he always had very kind words to say whenever I walk into UMC he will be missed. Pam I'll be praying for you and your family.

 

Greg and April Peck posted on 9/8/18

John was very gracious and lovning to those who knew him. Both my husband and I will miss him greatly. We went for a visit two years ago and admist his battle he was a most gracious host along with Pam. Our prayers are with the family at this time but with the grief is a solemn joy that he is with his saviour and one day we will all rejoice with him around that wonderful throne but he just got there a little sooner that the rest of us.

 

John Blackwell posted on 9/7/18

John was a treasure. He was an amazing friend. We ate lunch together most days in the UMO dining room. John loved his family and treated his colleagues with the greatest of respect. I remember helping a UMO employee who was struggling financially. John was one of the first to reach into his pocket and contribute. I am a better human being because of John. He made such a difference in all of our lives. I am honored to hold Pam and her family in prayer.

 

 

Sonia Beadle posted on 9/7/18

So sorry for your loss. My condolences to the family.

 

Jeremy Shreve posted on 9/7/18

I owe so much to John. He was a great boss and my biggest professional mentor, but more importantly his friendship over the last 6 years has meant the world to me. They don't come better than John Kunst. I will miss my dear friend, but know he rejoices now in our father's house.

 

Debbie Landreth and Phil Landreth posted on 9/7/18

Dear Pam and family, Phil and I are so sorry for your loss. John was such a nice man and I loved what a Southern gentleman he always was. Phil always said the nicest things about him. You will all be in our prayers. May you find comfort and rest in the wonderful memories you shared. We were blessed to spend time with John and Pam in New Orleans at a national water conference and were lucky enough to have great conversations and culinary experiences as the bonus. Sent with love and hugs.

 

Melba Ingram posted on 9/7/18

Rest in peace John. Many blessings to your family.

 

Mary Drummond posted on 9/7/18

I serve on the BOT at the University of Mount Olive. I had the pleasure of working with John. He was a great man who was an inspiration to all. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

 

David Hines posted on 9/7/18

Faith, integrity, and good will. This world needs more people like John Kunst.

 

 

David & Rosa Bourgeois posted on 9/7/18

We were so blessed to have had John in our lives... He was a pivotal ROCK during Rosa’s cancer treatments offering prayer, hope and strong words of encouraging faith. John was a true warrior and fighter! His battle may be over here on earth, but now he rests in the presence of our Heavenly Father. God Bless the Kunst Family…

 

Phil Carden posted on 9/7/18

John Kunst .... Great leader, great boss and great friend. Phil Carden

 

Paul Rutter posted on 9/7/18

Johna and I arrived at the university within a month of each other. My staff and I had lunch with him often. Fran’s fried chicken days in particular. Great conversations that made us think deeper on many issues. He will be missed very much by my team and me. Just a great man to know and have been in my life even just a few short years. Requiscat in pace. Paul

 

Paul Rutter posted on 9/7/18

Johna and I arrived at the university within a month of each other. My staff and I had lunch with him often. Fran’s fried chicken days in particular. Great conversations that made us think deeper on many issues. He will be missed very much by my team and me. Just a great man to know and have been in my life even just a few short years. Requiscat in pace. Paul

 

Paul Rutter posted on 9/7/18

Johna and I arrived at the university within a month of each other. My staff and I had lunch with him often. Fran’s fried chicken days in particular. Great conversations that made us think deeper on many issues. He will be missed very much by my team and me. Just a great man to know and have been in my life even just a few short years. Requiscat in pace. Paul

 

Terry Simmons posted on 9/6/18

Sorry. For Your Loss. He was. A. Good Man. And Will. Be Remebered Always