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June McGillem

Mrs. June E. McGillem, 77, of Richmond, passed away on Thursday, May 17 at Reid Health.
   Born on June 23, 1940 in Richmond, she was the daughter of Paul and Burnette Spurgeon Reynolds. She was a 1958 graduate of Whitewater High School.
   June was a faithful member of the Greens Fork Christian Church, where she served in the Ladies Aide. She traveled on many mission trips and supported other missions around the world. She had formerly worked at Alcoa before becoming a veterinary assistant at the Greens Fork Veterinary Hospital and later worked at Neaton Auto Products and Earlham College.
   June will be missed by her sister, Edith Jansen & her husband, Pete; nieces, Pam Riggle & her husband, Steve; Paula Allen & her husband, Rick; her special friend, Larry Davis; great-niece, Erin Parker; great-nephew, Devon Parker; great-great-nephew, Sebastian Parker.
   June was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Elden Jackson McGillem; son, Paul Eldon McGillem; and her nephew and birthday buddy, Timothy Kempton.
   A public graveside ceremony will be conducted at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May 21, in Dale Cemetery, 801 North Gregg Road in Connersville.
   June’s life will be celebrated at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 at the Greens Fork Community Center, 117 East Pearl Street in Greens Fork.
   June requested that no flowers be sent. Instead, memorial contributions are encouraged for the Greens Fork Christian Church, 116 East Pearl Street, Greens Fork, IN 47345, or the Greens Fork Community Center, 117 East Pearl Street, Greens Fork, IN 47345.

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Words would be difficult to express the loss of June. I know how she loved my children as her love for her family. I know she will truly be missed.

Joe Parker May 21 2018 12:00 AM

Our deepest sympathy to Junes family. She had a heart of Gold and a wonderful lady. She will be missed.

Marilyn (White) McClain May 20 2018 12:00 AM

Please accept my sincere sympathies to the family. The few times I met Aunt June, I felt genuine love. I had no idea about her missionary work. A woman who lived by her convictions is one to admire.

Beth Wilson May 20 2018 12:00 AM