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September 30, 2013
Oh I just seen this about baby June havoc I loved her , I used to imitate her on that song and little dance ,let me entertain you .I loved her .I will keep this and pic as a memory .God bless
November 08, 2011
Happy November 8th Birthday to
June Havoc, one of the greats who I
was so proud to know for over 50 years!
June 12, 2011
I would love to et in touch with miss havocs friend Tona. I idolized June and would love to share any meories she might nhave, Peggy Elliott (toerope@aol.com)
April 07, 2011
MAY YOUR MEMORY BE ETERNAL!
January 01, 2011
I just found out about Ms. Havoc's death (1/1/11). I am saddened I was not able to pay my respects at the proper time. I was one of her protege's in Youthbridge. I attended her birthday celebration/tribute at the Lortel theater some years ago...She was a true inspiration and a talented giving person. May she rest in peace...Until We Meet Again June xox Phyllis
November 08, 2010
A Happy Nov. 8th Birthday Tribute June Havoc. May your star forever shine! Our friendship lasted over 50 years!
May your star forever shine..
September 08, 2010
Tona,

Have recently learned of Miss Havoc's death. I remember with great fondness the hours she spent with me telling story after story, as she was arranging costumes in that great barn, or placing protective plastic over her plants before spraying so as not to emit toxics into the atmosphere. I especially remember her energy, stunning beauty, love of animals and her introducing me to Robert Vaughn (forever Napoleon Solo) at one of the Blessings of the Animals at Cannon Crossing. Once asked Miss Havoc about Ronald Reagan, and wanted to know if we could tell when he was acting. Her immediate answer was: "you can't," which caused quite a laugh. Extremely proud to say that I have inscribed copies (to Linda and me) from Miss Havoc of "Early Havoc," and "More Havoc." Such a delightful, caring and lovely lady that I shall always remember, and honored to have known. With sincere good wishes to you, and thank you for all that you did to help Miss Havoc with her life's work and commitment to animals. A very special lady, that did so much good for such a very long time.

Jim & Linda Keeler
Philadelphia, PA
August 19, 2010
To a Wonderful Lady who cared about others. She was instrumental in establishing a theatrical company for underpriveleged children in Bridgeport, Connecticut. She brought in the best professional performers to teach the children, not only theater, but ethics, as well. They were taught discipline and for the most part they became well-rounded individuals, who, I believe, have learned to give back as June gave back to communities. She was truly missed when Youthbidge ended, but she is surely missed in her passing. My children will never forget her and all that she taught them while they attended the Youthbridge program. A great lady has left a great void that cannot be filled - for she really cared about the children she taught and loved.
July 21, 2010
My three brothers and I met Ms. June when we were in elementary school. She ran a theatre club for underprivileged kids in Bridgeport, Connecticut. We have never forgotten the plays we learned and performed in. My baby brother even learned to play the bongo and conga drums from one of the musicians Ms. June brought in...he still plays today. She impacted our lives for the good, and we are forever grateful. We love you Ms. June. We thank God that He allowed us to meet and learn from her...we know she loved us too! She was a great lady. She even took us to meet Paul Newman! Wow!
July 21, 2010
Thank you June Havoc for creating Youthbridge in Bridgeport, Connecticut for the underprivileged community. I remember your pretty blue eyes and energy. Although I was only 7 years old Youthbridge taught me how to act, play congos. There is a newspaper with you and I working on a play at Youthbridge, I cannot find that article, but I think the library somewhere in Connecticut has it. I remember when you and my sister Robin used to write letters to each other. I also remember meeting Paul Newman on the set of Youthbridge before one of our shows. It was so exciting for me as a young child to be a part of Youthbridge, the shows were astounding. I remember when when we were on TV, and also when we went to Providence College. I remember all the hugs I used to get from you.

boone.kent@yahoo.com

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June, this is me Kent all grown up now, I am a die hard Georgetown fan, I miss you and I love you!

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