Journee Menk

Journee Menk

Journee MenkHe was on a Journee to heaven that required him to be fierce!  Journee William Menk gained his wings at the New Ulm Medical Center at 9:37 a.m. on September 28, 2018.  He weighed 7lbs 1 oz and was 22” long.  Mommy, daddy and sister are making as many memories with their perfectly, precious baby boy.  Services were held at Birch Cooley Cemetery near Franklin.  Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Journee is survived by his parents Dan Menk & Tasha Zieske of Franklin; sister Lauryn Menk; grandparents: Steve Menk of Franklin, Karen Zieske of Renville & Terry Zieske (friend DaNel) of Renville; great grandmas: Dorothy Menk of Alexandria, Bonnie Lund of Franklin & Joyce Zieske of Renville; aunts and uncles: Dody (Pete) Fuhr of Redwood Falls, Darrick (Deb) Menk of Alexandria & Melissa Zieske (special friend Shane Bruns) of Olivia; cousins: Taylor, Logan, Emilee, Sydney, Zenner & Everlee; and many other relatives.  He is preceded in death by his grandma Becky Menk, great grandparents, great aunts Deanne Dahl & Kathy Dickmeyer, great uncle Mark Weinzetl & other close family and friends.

8 thoughts on “Journee Menk”

  1. We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
    ~Halley, Jayden and Roman Graves

  2. Sandie and Gary Wohlman

    Our deepest sympathies to Journees family! We hope your faith will help give you the strength and comfort you need now. Prayers for all!

  3. Mary Ann Sullivan

    I am so sorry for your loss!!! God has gained another little angel in Heaven!!! Grandma Becky will be so excited!!! My thoughts and prayers to your family!!!

  4. Bert Doll and Alan Lee

    Our deepesy sympathy at the loss of your child. Such a sad loss for his family on earth. Our prayers are with you all.

  5. Duane & Cindy Mertens, Michelle, Eric and Kelsey, and Jason

    Our sincere condolences to you! What a beautiful name for this special child. One day at a time seems small, but yet is the biggest step in moving forward. Take care.

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