Junia Kinman

Junia Kinman went to be with the Lord, at Hudson Creek Alzheimer’s Care in Bryan, on September 20, 2014. Junia’s body was donated to the Texas A&M Health Science Center. He husband Dr. Murry L. Kinman started the family tradition of donation to medical science at his death in 1990.

Junia’s full life started on a Kansas farm, continued through her husband’s university training, his academic career and later as Secretary – Treasurer of his international consulting service. This was the start of her interest in worldwide travel, which lasted for several years.

Junia is survived by her son Dr. Gerald L. Kinman and his wife Joyce, her granddaughter Kathy Lynn Kinman Doreck and her husband Erich.

There will be a private family memorial at a time to be determined later.

Donations honoring Junia Kinman may be made to Hospice Brazos Valley and West Oaks Baptist Church, where she was a member for several years.

Expression of condolences can be made at callawayjones.com


  1. Dee and I wish to express our condolences. Ms. Kinman will be missed. She was a very kind person.

    Bob and Dee Harris

  2. Dear Jerry & Joyce,

    I know you are comforted by knowing Junia is with her Savior and God. I hope the love and care you gave her will also be a source of comfort.

  3. Gerald and Joyce, I am so sorry for your loss. Even after years of going downhill, the loss of a loved one can be a tragedy in life. I know you will miss her, and my prayer is that God’s comfort and peace abide with you. God Bless.


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