Joann Hundelt

Joann Hundelt nee Zakrewski, fortified with the Rites of the Catholic Church, passed away peacefully at Delmar Gardens of Lenexa at 7 AM, June 29, 2020. Joann was born at the home of her parents on June 23, 1940. She was the daughter of Anna Todaro Zakrewski Malon and Joseph Zakrewski and step-daughter of Frank Malon. Joann’s father died when she was 4 months old and at the age of 6, Frank Malon became the only father she knew.

She is survived by her husband, William J. Hundelt, Jr.; daughter, and son-in-law, Nora Hundelt Lindenberg (Eric); son and daughter-in-law, William J. Hundelt, III (Nicole); grandchildren, Jackson, Sampson, Pierce, and Anna.

Visitation and Funeral Mass

Funeral from Holy Spirit Catholic Church (masks required), 11300 W. 103rd St., Overland Park, KS on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 10:30 AM. Visitation will precede the funeral at 9:30 AM. Burial in Resurrection Cemetery, 8300 Quivira Rd., Lenexa, Ks 66215.

Memorials

In lieu of flowers, Masses are preferred or donations to Catholic Charities Hospice.


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14 Comments on “Joann Hundelt”

  1. Carrie Agee Says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful mother and wife and always so kind. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Carrie

  2. Richard M Hundelt Says:

    My condolences to the William Hundelt Family for your loss.
    Jo Ann was a beautiful person who loved her family and an adored her grandchildren. She was a a loving and giving person. In the 55 years of her marriage to my brother I never heard her say a bad thing about anyone. She was a devout Catholic who always held God in her life. May the good Lord take you in his kingdom and hold you near. God bless and RIP Jo. You are missed.

  3. Lud Vukmir Says:

    Condolences to the Bill Hundelt family for your loss. My heart goes out to you, Bill. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Joann is now in the good Lord’s hands and he will take good care of her as she begins her eternal life, the same as he has done for my beloved Shirley for the past several years. Keep the faith Bill and God bless you and your family in your time of need. Much love, Lud

  4. Thomas K. Hundelt Jr. Says:

    My condolences to my dear Uncle Bill, his daughter Nora, and his son Billy, and their families Aunt JoAnn was my god mother and we always loved going to either Chicago or Kansas City to visit the family. Aunt JoAnn was always welcoming, happy, and very positive influence for the family. I will keep my fond memories of those times in my heart and think of her in the coming days.

  5. Norb and Dorene Hundelt Says:

    We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Joann. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow.
    With deepest sympathy.
    Norb and Dorene<

  6. Jan Petelin Says:

    To the family and friends of William Hundelt, I’m so sorry for your loss of Joann. She was a spark in my life whenever I saw her at Mass and also went through a weekend retreat with her. Her dry sense of humor and wonderful hugs touched my heart. I’m thankful she’s found peace and hope to see her when I’m hopefully raised. We will laugh, love and she’ll share memories of her children and grandchildren as she usually did. Rest In Peace dear friend…you are loved by many.

  7. Jerome Alberts Says:

    Bill, Please accept my heartfelt sympathies for losing your beloved wife Joann. My prayers are with your whole family, if you need anything I am here for you. Your friend,Jerome

  8. Marci and Chad Whiteman Says:

    Our heartfelt thoughts are with the whole family. Joann was a sensitive, caring, beautiful woman. We send our love to all of you.

  9. DeeDee Klein Says:

    Joann will be sorely missed.
    My condolences to the whole family.

  10. Judy McMichael Says:

    I met Joann in 1965 when we were both working for IRS and we both lived in those duplexes near 89th and Troost. We rode the bus home together. Though I didn’t have a long time to get to know her, I did enjoy her company. Some years ago I checked to see if she was still living in Kansas City. Now I’m sorry I didn’t follow up and make contact with her. My condolences for your loss.

  11. Dave and Deanna Adams Family Says:

    Uncle Bill, we are so saddened by this. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Nora and Billy and families. We love you all.

  12. Sister Marylu Anne Stueber Says:

    I was a classmate of Joann from St. Alphonsus Rock High School and because of where our homes were, rode the street car and bus together. I had to change in Pine Lawn to another bus.
    Enjoyed her company as we traveled our way home from school.
    I know all of our classmates will remember her when we get together the next time. Once I remember Joann when she came to a reunion of the class of 1958.
    God bless all of you for your faithfulness in being with Joann the last number of years. God bless all of you.
    Sister Marylu

  13. Peggy (Clifford) Foley Says:

    I went to Rock High School with Joann, where we had four years of spiritual, academic education and a whole lot of fun! Joann came to one of our class reunion luncheon a few years ago and she was still the kind person she always was. My condolences to her family.

  14. Maxine (Ladenburger) Schroeder Says:

    Joann was a classmate of mine at Rock. We also rode the streetcar and the bus together. What a nice person she was!
    My deepest sympathy to all of her family —

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