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Jurgensen, Daniel Alan

Jurgensen, Daniel Alan

February 14, 1953 — May 25, 2020

Daniel Alan Jurgensen, 67, of Liberty, MO, passed away peacefully on May 25, 2020, at St. Luke's Hospice House in Kansas City, MO with family at his side.

Dan was born February 14, 1953, in Fort Dodge, IA, the second of four sons of Richard and Mary (Wesley) Jurgensen. He graduated from Albia High School in Albia, IA, in 1971, and enlisted in US Air Force immediately following graduation. Due to vision impairment, Dan received a medical discharge, however proudly remained a member of the American Legion in Albia.

Dan received his Bachelor's degree from Drake University in Des Moines, IA, and Master's degree from Park University in Parkville, MO. He worked in sales and marketing of heavy duty trucking equipment for many years before becoming a financial advisor for Edward Jones in Liberty. He worked 15 years as an advisor until his health no longer permitted.

Dan was active in his community and was a member of the Liberty Masonic Lodge and served as Commodore of Paradise Point Yacht Club at Smithville, MO. Dan was an avid sailor, spending much time with family and friends on the lake.

Dan was united in marriage to Kristine Marie Sulentic on September 16, 1972. They raised a son, Patrick, and daughter, Katy. Dan was preceded in death by his mother, Mary, and son, Patrick.

Dan leaves his wife of 47 years, Kris; daughter, Katy Woolworth (Jared); grandchildren, Norah Woolworth, Weston and Nickolai Jurgensen; brothers, John (Judy), Ted (Janet) and Matt Jurgensen; as well as numerous nieces, nephews other family members and friends.

Visitation will be held from 2-4 pm Saturday, June 6, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to St. Luke's Hospice House or to the K.U. Cancer Center.

Service Information

Visitation will be held from 2-4 pm Saturday, June 6, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to St. Luke’s Hospice House or to the K.U. Cancer Center.

Jurgensen, Daniel Alan's Guestbook

Had the pleasure of working with you at Reyco, during the fun times, the serious times. I have enjoyed conversations and financial Information over the last several years. You are greatly missed, but I’m sure your smiling and thinking of some jokes to greet us with when we all meet again. RIP my friend.

Bill Simmons

Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Thomas & Melody May

May God's love pour out on the family and friends in their grief at the passing of a husband, father, family and friend. We have enjoyed the company of Dan for the last 15 years a will miss his smiling face, advice and friendship. Dan was loved and will be missed.

Preston and Libby Tempero

Dan taught me so much and has helped so many people. He was truly the smartest and most talented man I've ever known. His passing, has left a large hole that will never be sufficiently filled. May God grant peace and comfort to Kris, the family and vast number of friends.

The Griffey Family

Katy, we are thinking of you at this difficult time. we know how much you adore your father. Love to you and your precious family.

Care Progression Team of Saint Luke’s on Barry Road

Dan, I was saddened to hear of the news of your passing. I was not aware that you had been in hospice. It was as pleasure working with you at Haldex and having you as my financial advisor at Edward Jones for the last 14 years. I was also highly impressed with your amazing kitchen cabinet woodworking skills I saw. You will surely be missed by those that knew you and my sympathies go out to all the Jurgensen family. RIP. 😥💔

Jeff Lipschuetz

May you find comfort in the knowledge that Dan's kindness, humor, and spirit will live on through those he has left behind. Prayers for your family.

John & Gale Musgrove

Uncle Dan, thank you for everything you gave me and I will miss you. Love, Matt

Matt Sulentic

Good husband, good father, good person. R.I.P. good friend.

Bill Sarsfield

This world can ill afford to lose one of the great ones like Dan, but at least we had him for awhile. I was so fortunate to have known him. Will truly miss my friend.

Daniel Ehrich

Dan, you started out as our financial advisor and became our friend. We always enjoyed our visits in person and after our move we looked forward to those visits by phone. You will be greatly missed. Prayers of comfort and peace to your loved ones.

Sam and Libby Meyer

we will all miss that smile, Kris and family you are in our prayers

Becky Merten

I will miss you. I am grateful for all of the financial advice over the years

Sandy Gardner

You shall be greatly missed.

Harvey Fries

Fair winds, Captain Dan

Guy & Peg Wright

Fair winds my friend

Chuck Jenkins

Miss you already❤️

Maggie

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