I never had the pleasure of meeting you but, your family has made an amazing and strong impact on my life. I want to thank you for raising your daughter and grandchildren to be the people they have become. You will be missed and forever remembered by your loved ones and those who’s lives they and yourself have touched. Thank you.
With dearest love and respect,
Its with a heavy heart that I write this....I miss you so much the past few days have been just a blur its so hard to grasp that Ill never hear your sweet voice say goodbye I love you or hear your sweet laughter as you & Ryker giggle together but im at peace knowing you are finally home & not in any sort of pain anymore. You truly were an extrodanory woman & did so many amazing things in your 94 years but I know the one thing you were most proud of was us your family & with that said im truly honored to have had you as a Grandma & if I could end up being a quarter the woman you were id be blessed. Your roots grow deep Grandma & you now grow & continue to blossom within all of us! I love you so so much Grandma but God sure did inherit a marvelous angel ♡
Lisa and Family....It saddens my heart about the loss of a wonderful person....she was a pretty darn cool lady! in every way! I remember meeting her when you lived on Ellis kitty corner from my family home....and then later on down the road when she got into real-estate and I was looking for property she showed me a few places, and when I settled on one of the last pieces of land....it's where I've been living for the past 25 years...I did have the opportunity to see her off and on over the years....but quite frankly she was always on the move.....I will say the last time I spoke with June was at the "Rhodes Cafe" last year..
mary marshall craker
We had the honor of knowing June for over 30 years and couldn't have asked for a better neighbor. She always had a smile, a kind word and uplifting spirit. Rather she was gardening, headed out to card club or preparing for a family gathering she had a smile and restless energy.
Abraham Lincoln said,"In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.” June was an inspiration and will be missed.