John Steven Duval

Graveside services for John Steven Duval, 53, Lawrence, will be 2, pm, Thursday, December 7, 2017, at Clinton Cemetery.

He died Sunday, December 3, 2017, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City, MO.

John was born February 2, 1964, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the son of Steven and Edith Steinhubel Duval.

He worked as a lineman and worked with Fiber optics for AT&T for many years. In his free time he loved to fish, target practice and watch TV Westerns.  John enjoyed the holidays. His favorite holidays were Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and any holiday he could blow stuff up, like 4th of July, birthdays and New Year’s Eve, ect.

John tolerated Linda’s cats, but through the years he always had a dog. They were true friends to him and when they would pass he would mourn. Linda has his border collie Sadie, she will truly miss him.

He lived in Arlington TX, from the age of two until he was thirty. John moved to Lawrence, KS in 1994, fell in love with Kansas, and made it his forever home. Linda has found comfort in the fact that John will rest in peace in the grave spaces he picked out and bought at Clinton Cemetery sixteen years ago.

Hot Rod, Bam-Bam, Gary, family and friends will all mourn John’s passing.

John Married Linda Duval on June 26, 1991, she survives of the home.

Other survivors include his children Jarrod Munoz, Frisco, TX, Lindsey Munoz, Topeka, KS; brother in law Doug Stone, TX; nephew Steven Stone and niece Julie Renfro, both of TX; grandchildren Brendan Caughron, Jacob Munoz, Isabelle Munoz, Claire Munoz, and Cherish Harvey.

He is preceded in death by his parents, and sisters, Shirley Stone and Kathy Duval.

Friends may pay their respects from noon-8pm Wednesday, at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lawrence Humane Society, sent in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, 601 Indiana Street, Lawrence, KS 66044.

Messages & Condolences

From Don Hamiltno...

Linda it was with a shock and sadness that I saw that you had lost John. I will always remember him like a big kid, full of energy and vitality, a hard worker! I hope you are doing ok. My prayers are with you.

From Barbara Stone Albright...

I’m so sorry for all of John’s family and friends. My son, Doug Stone, always talked about the fun they had. Prayers also for Doug’s daughter and son, Julie and Stephen in loosing their Uncle. Rest In Peace John

From Mary Meek...

Linda & Lindsey, my heart has been so heavy for you. John was a good man, and will be missed. We are sending love & prayers for comfort from Colorado.

From Doug Stone...

john,hard to keep it together after hearing about the loss of my kin and best fishing buddy. After marrying your sister i have not known a tougher or caring guy. God the help you gave us. My life is full of memories you and I have had. Rest in peace my man I love you.

From Juan Barranco...

Linda and Family
I’m so saddened to hear about John. I had the great pleasure of working with him at AT&T in Lawrence,KS. as a splicer. John was a good worker and Kindhearted man. I will treasure his Stories, his Smile,his Laughter, his Jokes and his Friendship forever. I will miss him!
Linda, I know that you and your Family has many memories that will keep John in all your hearts and minds forever. You and your Family is in my thoughts and prayers.

From scott moore...

John you were always a great friend especially when I needed one most, our fishing trips were epic, your sense of humor kept me in stiches. I will always cherish the many good times we shared, you are truly missed

From Glen Hazelwood...

Big John, you’ve been a great friend and neighbor. The few years I’ve known you were far too short. Life will be harder now without your advice and help. Wanda has said many times, since you went to the hospital a week ago, how she misses your morning phone calls. I do too, my friend.

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