Austin Funk Obituary, Shippensburg, PA, Honoring The Memory Of Austin Funk – Death Notice

Death: Austin Funk Obituary –  All of the people of the community are filled with sorrow as a result of the unexpected death of Austin Funk. He was a man worthy of praise, and he was cherished by everyone who had the opportunity to know him. He passed away with his loved ones and friends by his side. Certainly, he will be sorely missed. The 18th of August, 1996 found Austin being born in Two Rivers. He was a student at Two Rivers schools and received his diploma from TRHS in the year 2015. He completed his studies at LTC in order to pursue a career in Machining. He worked for Rusch Machine & Design in Two Rivers for a period of five years, during which time he became well-known because of his nickname, “Rueben.”

His decision to start working as a sewer construction laborer for Carl Bowers & Son’s Construction, where he was known as “Tacklebox,” came about just a few months ago. He made the decision to entirely change his job in order to provide himself with a new challenge in life. Austin was a passionate outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, and drinking beer. Nothing mattered to him more than spending time with his family and friends, regardless of what they were doing at the time. Not only did he have an exceptional work ethic, but his laugh will live long in the memory. He was willing to stop whatever he was doing at any given moment in order to assist another individual. He was able to fill his days with a wide variety of activities that he enjoyed, such as going on his first date on a charter boat and spending weekends at his family home in Northern Wisconsin.

Surviving members of his family include his devoted parents, Kurt and Connie Funk of Two Rivers; his younger sister, Megan Funk; his two grandmothers, Nancy Funk and Janet Malfroid, both of Two Rivers; his aunts and uncles, Tammy Phillips, Gail Funk, and Brenda (Randy) Meyer; his cousins, Missy (Cody) Gossfeld, Chris Meyer, and Derek Phillips; his best friend, Blake Piontek of Two Rivers; and a large number of other friends and extended family members. Among the members of Austin’s family who passed away before him were his grandfathers, Robert Funk and Roy Malfroid; his great-grandparents; his great aunts and great uncles; and other relatives.

At St. Peter the Fisherman Parish, located at 3201 Mishicot Road in Two Rivers, the family will be present to meet loved ones from nine o’clock in the morning to twelve o’clock midday on April 11, 2024. After a brief memorial ceremony that will be given by Deacon Paul Gleichner and will take place at twelve o’clock, the morning will come to a close with a gathering that will be held at Port Sandy Bay to commemorate the life of Austin.

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