Taryn Raschelle Jungers

Taryn Raschelle Jungers

Taryn Raschelle Jungers, age 19 passed away on February 19, 2019.  She is survived by her parents Nathan and Tammy Jungers,   brother Christopher, sister Layla, grandparents Terry and Lila Andrews, aunt and uncle Karen and Wes Potter, cousins Mariah and Jacob Potter – all from Michigan and aunt and uncle Terri and Jon Hunt, cousins Samantha Nimmick, Matt Hunt, and Danielle LaRae from Montana  and cousin Rochelle Thompson from New Mexico.

A memorial service will be held  at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at the Chinook Assembly in Chinook, MT. The family asks that donations be made to: montanahorsesanctuary.org in lieu of flowers.

*If  you  would  like  to  share  a  good  memory  you  have  of   Taryn  please  go  to: www.edwardsfuneralhomemt.com . Arrangements  have been entrusted with Edwards Funeral Home.

20 Reviews on Taryn Raschelle Jungers

  1. Taryn the impact you left on this world will not be forgotten. Your never ending capacity to love others, no matter what. You were a gentle soul. Your laugh was contagious. You grew up with Mariah and Jake, so many wonderful memories are shared with you. The nerf wars in the basement, the tiki torch “dude what would happen” sessions, the overalls at JC Penny, bonfires, trips to Frankenmuth, beach trips, IN, IL, your graduation. Thank you for letting us share your life. I did not tell you enough how much you were loved by Wes and I, and how much my kids adored you. We will miss you in this life but I will see you again. The God we serve, a loving Father has welcomed a gentle soul into heaven. We will meet you again very soon my dear sweet Taryn. Psalm 34: 18 The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirt.

  2. Please accept our deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one. Rest assured that God (Jehovah) can provide you with the comfort and strength you need to continue on. I pray you find comfort from the following scriptures; (Psm 34:18 & Rev 21:4).

  3. Taryn, my sweet neice…I will always have so many what it’s when it comes to you. You were and are loved more than you will ever know. I am so sorry that our relationship was broken. I love you and always have. That never went away just because we weren’t in each others lives. Rest in peace sweet Angel. Until we meet again. My condolences to Taryns other family…I can’t imagine.

  4. So many fun memories, we will see you again. Your laugh and smile will be missed.

  5. So sorry for your loss, prayers for you and your family. Cousins of Terry and Lila Andrews

  6. I am so very sorry for the loss of your baby girl. A parent should never have to bury a child. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I pray God wraps his loving arms around you all and gives you comfort and peace during this difficult time!! ((((( Big Hugs)))))))

  7. Prayers for Taryn’s family and all that knew her.

  8. When Taryn and I were in kindergarten or 1st grade I spent the night at her house. We woke up before her mom did and wanted to go outside, she had a small crack in her screen of her window. So we ended up opening it more so that we could fit through it. She had these little baby dolls, one with blonde and one with brown hair, that we stuffed under the blankets trying to make it look like we were in bed sleeping. We got out the window and wondered around the yard for a bit. We thought this was the best plan in the world, but it didn’t last long because her mom found us not long after.
    We did mischevious stuff like this all the time, I’ll cherious these memories with her forever. I love you Tar.

  9. I Remember this vividly too, I got a phone call from Tammy, Umm Melissa I have to tell you something…. We knew then you girls were friends forever, partners in crime and TROUBLE LOL!!

  10. I remember everytime you guys came to visit and Taryn was always the first one out the truck and in the house and the girls were off to Kaylas room never to be seen or heard from again! 💕 They were usually plotting some kind of arrangement to spend more time together! 💕🌹🌹🌹 Rest in Peace Taryn We love you 🌹

  11. I remember the four days of labor your mom went through waiting for you to be born. And the days I got to babysit you on my days off.

  12. I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember Taryn from a very young age riding my bus. I can’t imagine the pain you feel, but even though all these years have passed I still remember what a sweet, kind & gentle soul she was. I miss all of my students as they “move” on but never imagined one would move on like this. My heart goes out to her family.

  13. I am so sorry for your loss. No words can take away the pain of losing a loved one, especially when it was way too soon. But please know that God is with you during this difficult time… Your beloved Taryn is in a deep sleep, in peace (1 Thessalonians 4:13,14).
    Please trust in God’s promise, that we will not be going through this forever; suffering, getting sick, and dying. There is a hope that God has promised us! Revelation 21:3,4

  14. Taryn, I remember the first time I got to meet you. I think you were only 3 or 4 years old. We went to a restaurant in Black Eagle, MT. I recall your beautiful blonde hair and how gorgeous you were. Brayden was just a year or so and he seemed to be enthralled by you. Even then, before you became a big sister, it was obvious that you had the heart of an oldest child, an “old soul” of sorts.
    In the last few years I am glad to have have had the opportunity to get to know you better over social media. You have always been so willing to help in any way possible and I love the photography talents you possess. You made the tough “farm life” desirable through your photography. I only wish we would have got to spend more time together in person but I cherish those times we did get to see each other and our conversations over Facebook. You are loved and missed deeply.

  15. I have known Taryn only a short time. We met when we were in the play Sister Act. She was very nice to me and when I had car trouble she picked me up on the way. She was very chipper and I am fortunate to have net her. You are in my prayers and thoughts

  16. I didn’t know Taryn well but moving to Montana she was one who I considered a friend seeing her smile it always seemed so cheerful and that’s one thing that I will always remember

  17. I will forever miss my hugs from this beautiful soul! Always and forever, all my Love.

  18. I am sending my deepest condolences to both of you Nathan and Tammy for the loss of your wonderful daughter. Taryn I will miss you at harvest time. I was lucky to have worked with you the past two years. I have some good memories of us working together. Rest in peace . Love you Taryn

  19. Nathan and Tammy..my heart goes out to you during this difficult time. May God give you strength.

  20. Oh, how sorry I am. I know too personally how you feel at this time. I will be praying for you and your entire family.

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