June M. Owen

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Owen, June M.

Age 83 of Horseheads, NY passed away on Wednesday August 15, 2012. June was born on January 5, 1929 in Ulysses, PA the daughter of the late Virgel and Belle Mallory Stiles. She was an Inspector for Corning Glass Inc in the Serengeti Division. June married her husband Lawrence Paul Owen on June 4, 1949 and they recently celebrated their 63rd Wedding Anniversary. Mrs. Owen loved cooking, baking, sewing and camping with her sisters. She was a member of the Central Assembly Church in Horseheads. Mrs. Owen was pre-deceased by her grandson: David R. Atwood; brother and sisters and in-laws: Basil Crippen; Robert and Jeannie Stiles; Peggy Schoonover; Doris and Walt Crippen; Edward and Ruby Johnston; Bernice and Tom Houghtaling. June is survived by her loving husband Lawrence Owen; daughters and sons-in-law: Sandra and Paul Montgomery of Odessa; Bonnie and Charles Beeman of Tavares, FL; Cheryl and Mark Dieterle of Elmira, NY; Peggy and Ron Payne of Painted Post, NY; Connie and Mike Atwood of Montour Falls, NY; Judy and Sam Kemp of Horseheads, NY; son: Paul J. Owen of Horseheads, NY; 10 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; sister: Ramona Crippen; brother-in-law: Leon Schoonover; several nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of caring friends. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the LYNCH FUNERAL HOME 318 WEST BROAD STREET, HORSEHEADS, NY on Friday August 17, 2012 from 2-5 PM. Mrs. Owen's Funeral Services will be held at the conclusion of calling hours at 5 PM with the Rev. Mark Dieterle. Interment in Maple Grove Cemetery in Horseheads, NY. Sandy and Paul, we want to thank you for taking care of mom these past three and a half years. What a blessing you are to our family. Taking mom into your home and caring for her. The care you have given means even more to us because you did it with love, it put our minds at ease knowing she was with you, and not in a nursing home where she would have been just another patient. We know it hasn't always been easy for you, putting up with the rest of us, coming in and out of your home or having the responsibility 24/7. We just want you to know how much we appreciate you guys. All your love and caring, you are a special couple, we can always count on you. That means more to us than any words could convey. Love, Your Family.

Published in Star-Gazette from Aug. 16 to Aug. 18, 2012
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