June Boone

4 Condolences

4 Condolences

  1. We only knew Junie for a short time, I,Betty,enjoyed sharing my re-hab room with her. It was a pleasure knowing her, with the many conversations we had with her,we will miss her. Our prayers are with each family member. God Bless You, John and Betty

  2. Aunt Junie, you will be missed from the bottom of my heart. You have left me with so many wonderful stories to remember you by and knowing that you lived your life as fully as anyone could have ever imagined someone doing brings me the comfort in knowing that you are no longer with us in body. But rest assured that your legend will carry on.

    With All My Love

  3. Dear family members,
    Junie cleaned my home in Va. Beach in the 90’s. She was referred to me and my ex by another client in the neighborhood. When I first met her, I was skeptical of the ability of a woman pushing 70 to meeet my housecleaning expectations.
    Well, to the best of my recollection, she worked for us 7 or 8 years, well into her 70’s, only stopping when my ex and I split in 2000.
    What a firecracker she was!
    She was reliable and dependable, and even if it took her all day, she’d get the job thoroughly done! She loved to talk about the past; her family, military service as a drill sargeant, and job in a mattress factory were among many topics of our bimonthly discussions.
    As we lived on Bay Island in a low lying area prone to high tide flooding, I remember once when a Nor’easter whipped up the water and she became stranded at our home. She could not drive her car on our flooded road, so she was forced to wait for the tide to lower. We got a chance to sit back and really chat without the disruptions and distractions of her work and our comings and goings. She regaled us with many more tales that day!
    Aside from being a hard worker and seasoned individual, Junie was kind and generous. She loved and baby talked my dog Gina, and always brought her treats. On cleaning day I would tell Gina, “Junie’s coming today!”, and my dog would go wild.
    I suspect Junie loved shopping at the dollar and thrift stores. Once a month or so she’d bring me things she thought I needed or wanted like cookbooks or baking dishes. And I must say, they always came in handy!
    I think I met Nira once, but never had a chance to meet any other family members. Just know that there will always be a place in my heart for Junie. She was opinionated, funny and charming, and I will never forget her place in my life!
    Rest peacefully Junie, and know you left an indelible mark on this world.
    Love, Diana Cooper


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