My sincere condolences to June's family. She was a dear member of the Los Angeles California Stake and always willing to serve in her church. She was often a speaker in our Stake Relief Society Women's Conferences. She had a keen sense of humor about life and death. She was the author of the book entitled "Mortician Diaries". She will be missed!
My sincerest condolences to June's family! She was truly a wonderful lady. I'm proud to say that we are both Hamilton relatives (my Grandmother May Meyers and her father, Charles Hamilton, were brother and sister). I probably remember June best when she and her brother, Rex, were my Sunday School teachers when I was a teenager in the old Rock Church in Sugar City. I remember Marcy the best of her children because she was there with her in Idaho. I'm grateful to have known your wonderful mother!
Oh, Had not heard the news but I was thinking about June a lot yesterday. I loved her so much. She could make me laugh out loud. We briefly lived around the corner from them in Hollywood and she was always calling with a crazy story or playing a practical joke on us. She was so witty and wise and funny and at her core one of the kindest, sweetest persons I ever knew. Lee Ann and I will miss her and always treasure her friendship. Once she and Ed visited us in Virginia and we were so poor wee didn't even had much in the way of serving utelsils. After they returned to California we received a small package from her with a large serving spoon from her own kitchen with a note: I thought you guys could make use of this. We laughed for days. Love you June and miss you! Michael Renfro
Sister Nadle was always so sweet to me. She offered her home in Hollywood for my daughter's baby shower in 1991. I was new to the church and am so grateful for the friendship and spirit she showed me.
I have such fond remembrances working with you on so many funerals in Los Angeles, CA. Your very sweet spirit and kind heart will be what I remember the most. And we had some laughs along the way too. You will be missed dear June. Rest in peace.