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Juneau D. Stump, M.D.

d. July 25, 2020

Dr. Juneau (Jay) Stump passed peacefully away on
July 25, 2020 after a brief and courageous battle with
an aggressive cancer. He will be lovingly remembered
by his wife of 43 years Wanda, children Adriana,
Stephen, Donny, Anthony, Celeste, numerous
grandchildren, great-grandchildren, as well as many
extended family members and friends.

Jay had many titles in his lifetime. He worked his
family's dairy farm, drove an ambulance, worked in a
mortuary, and served in the United States Air Force
as a Tow Reel Specialist. After choosing to complete
medical school in Guadalajara, Mexico, he relocated
to the Verde Valley where he served the community
as a family practice physician for over 44 years. Jay
loved and was loved by his many patients and well
respected by his colleagues.

Some of his favorite times were spent making house
calls visiting with elderly patients that were lonely or
who he considered to be special friends.
When he wasn't helping others, he found happiness
working in his extensive garden and sharing the fruits
of his labor. He also enjoyed the many animals that
found their way into his life including dogs, horses,
goats, cows, cats, and a variety of birds.



He loved his family and went on many camping trips
to lakes in the Flagstaff area as well as family
vacations in Mexico. Later years were spent boating
on Lake Powell and tending to his vineyard.

Jay was an extraordinary, generous, hard-working
man and his kindness and gentle spirit are greatly
missed.

He is truly forever felt and cherished in the hearts of
those he loved and who love him. Matthew 5:8-9,
"Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called
the children of God and blessed are the pure in heart
for the shall see God." We will hold you in our hearts
until that time when we can hold you in our arms once
again.

Memorial contributions \u0027in loving memory of Juneau
Stump\u0027 can be given to the
humanesocietyofsedona.org or
garysinisefoundation.org.

Cards and condolences can be sent to 1371 S. Kelli
Lane, Cottonwood, AZ 86326.
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Juneau D. Stump, M.D., please visit our flower store.

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