Erika E. Junger

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Erika E. Junger passed away, with family by her side, on May 4, 2019 at the age of 75 after several complications that she battled and was not able to overcome. Services will be held graveside on July 20, 2019 at 11:00 at the Mountain Home Cemetery, Mtn Home.

Erika was born in Sagan Germany, to Harry and Frieda Hannig on October 29, 1943. She went to trade school and learned tailoring and seamstress, which she pursued with a passion for her entire life.

She married Edgar Junger (deceased) in Berlin Germany in 1963, a childhood love. They were married for 54 years. During her marriage to Edgar she moved 13 times, as a military spouse to numerous locations in the world. During her travels around the world they enjoyed all the places that they were stationed at and made the most of their times together by traveling and seeing as much as they could.

Erika and Edgar had two children, Ralph and Ramona. In 1975 they decided to move to Mountain Home and call this place their home, after Edgar retired from the Air Force. Erika was actively involved with her tailoring business and provided to those that needed her skills for several years. She passionately loved doing cross stitch and shared her talents with friends that she made in all her years in Mountain Home. Erika was also very passionate about her back yard and cabin that she would love relaxing at. Erika made several friends locally and abroad and enjoyed their presence. Erika was a proud wife, mother, mother in-law, grandmother and great grandmother and friend to many abroad and locally. Erika displayed true strength and love for those that were a part of her life. Erika displayed great strength and endurance in her last years with her family and provided comfort to all those that she loved so dearly in their times of need. She will be greatly missed by many and the void can never be filled that family will have due to her passing.

She is survived by, her son Ralph and his wife Nancy, her daughter Ramona and her husband Terry, granddaughter Chelsea and her husband Travis, and great-granddaughter Tessa. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Rest in Peace Mom.