I met June in the 70's. We became fast friends. She and Harry came to spend time with my granny. Way up on that mountain in madison county NC. Could not imagine why any body would come there. They were going to sleep in a tent in the yard. Granny said no you can't do that, you can sleep in my bed.that was the beginning of a very long and precious friendship. The last time I saw June, we held hands and took a long walk around Lake Junaluska. My heart is so full of sorrow for Harry and the daughters. Take comfort in the fact she will be femembered as long as any of Granny's grandchildren are left. I will love our Handsome Harry forever.
This is your great niece. I will never forget my last visit I had with you. Although I didn't see you that often, I still held you close to my heart. I thought "I cannot imagine life without my Great Aunt June" but now I'm living it and it really is awful. I miss you everyday. I cry every night. Maybe you'll read this message up in heaven. I'm not sure but I just want to say that I love you and I always will love you, even when I'm with you in heaven. Rest in peace.
How I will miss June! She was truly a delightful and talented person whom I always looked forward to being with. Sometimes she and Harry would give us a "rehearsal" of their musical show in Old Town which we loved. They were so fun to watch and sing with, too. June had a wonderful sense of humor and was also quite a reader who enjoyed talking about the things she read. I will certainly miss her and my love and support goes out to her husband, Harry as well as to the rest of her family and friends. Goodbye to you, June, I know you will fare well wherever you are.