XENIA — June Lee Lennox Brown, Our dear Lord must have needed a special angel because he has called upon June Lee Lennox Brown to his heavenly home. June, 67, has passed away unexpectedly, much to the dismay of her adored family and friends, of which she has so many. June was the beloved daughter of Fred and Lorene Lennox, who has preceded her in death and will be there to welcome her home with open arms. Also, the love of her life and late husband, Dave Brown, has preceded her death and she will finally be with him again. For this we can have solace. She leaves behind her daughter, Lisa Erickson-Hale, and son, Paul Fredrick Erickson, her grandchildren, Michael Maddalena, Brittany Magaw, Jordan Zook, Jesse Zook, Elizabeth Erickson and Glenn Hale II. She too, had four great-grandchildren, Camden Biles, Gracelyn Powers, and Noah and Mathew Powers which she had been raising. Also, she leaves behind her loving sister and brother-in-law, Elaine and Dr. Lowell Hardcastle, of Arkansas and their children, Kevin, Michael, Lynette and Leanna, and all of their spouses and kids too, whom she adored. Also, two step-children and their spouses, Dave and Wanda Brown and Kelly and Dan Beerbower and their children, Levi and Grace Beerbower, who were special grandchildren to her too and the many other children and grandchildren that she has forged bonds with from her late husband. She cherished them all and showed them so repeatedly. She devoted herself to her family, many friends and to the Church of Christ. She lived a life that God would want us all to emulate, caring for others and showing them so, so giving of herself that the whole world was able to see. June recently retired from National City Mortgage Company where she started out at the bottom and worked her way up to a senior position, without even a college background. June was born and raised in California and married her first husband, Paul, and they traveled the world for his Navy career. Through these travels, she collected many special friends who became her family as well, too numerous to mention. Everyone knows June for her generous spirit, loving touch and words of wisdom and her hearty laugh. She could ease anyone's heart. She was a living saint to her family and will be sadly missed by all. We were all blessed to have had her in our lives. Heaven is now shining brighter. Visitation will be on Tuesday evening from 6-8 pm at McColaugh Funeral Home, Inc. 826 N. Detroit St.