NINE MILE FALLS, WASH. - June Adele Voeller, 77, of Nine Mile Falls, Wash., formerly of Great Falls and Seeley Lake, a retired interior decorator, died of natural causes Thursday, June 21, at Holy Family Hospital in Spokane.
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Her memorial Mass is 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Catholic Parish in Great Falls, with a reception to follow. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Community Cremation Service of Spokane.
June was born in Iron Mountain, Mich., on Jan. 8, 1935, to John and Viola Wildish. In 1943, her family moved to Montana, where she graduated from high school in Neihart. Following graduation, she married Bud Osterman and moved to Great Falls; they were married for 21 years and raised five daughters. June worked as an interior decorator for more than 30 years. In 1980, she met and married the love her life, Marcus Voeller. They were married for 31 wonderful years. After retiring, they moved to Seeley Lake, where they became involved in the community. In 2007, they moved to Nine Mile Falls, Wash., near Spokane. June loved painting, decorating, crafting, cooking and gardening. Her happiest times were with her family and friends. She will always be remembered as our beloved Nana.
Survivors include her husband, Marcus J. Voeller of Nine Mile Falls; daughters Laurie (Osterman) Kirk of Fallbrook, Calif., Jeanie (Osterman) McMaster of Ripley, Miss., Tamera (Osterman) Walters of Deer Park, Wash., Pamela (Osterman) Fosse (Greg) of Nine Mile Falls, Sharon (Voeller) Kohles (Rory), Cheryl Voeller and Mark (Willow) Voeller of Great Falls; sister Joanne (Wildish) Flesch of Great Falls; brothers Allen Mahanna of Arlington Heights, Ill., and Gene Wildish of Whitehall; 16 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her son, Mark Osterman; daughter Cynthia (Osterman) Hyndman; her parents, John and Viola Wildish; her sisters, Florence McCurry and Norma McFrederick and brothers Lymon Stamper and Jim Wildish.
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 1, 2012