June Shuff

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June Constance Shuff of Montgomery Texas passed away Tuesday morning, October 7, 2014 at St Luke's Hospital The Woodlands, Texas after a remarkable life of 93 years. June was born June 19, 1921 to George and Delpha Bancroft in Toledo, Ohio. June, the oldest of three children, was predeceased by her sister Beatrice Walker, brother Arthur Bancroft, daughter-in-law Lorrie Shuff, son Robert Shuff and son-in-law Cal Duncan, and survived by her daughters Cheryl Duncan and Mary Jo Murphy, sons James Shuff and Douglas Shuff, son-in-law Les Murphy, grand-children, Robert Shuff, June Thompson, James Shuff, Remi Gibbs, Jessica Picard, Sara Campbell, Sean Murphy, D.J.Shuff and Eric Murphy and fifteen great grand-children. June graduated from Woodward High School in Toledo, Ohio and earned a business college certificate after graduation. She lived and worked in Ohio, Michigan and Iowa before moving to Alaska with her young children James, Cheryl and Robert to begin her job with the Alaska Bureau of Reclamation in Douglas, Alaska. She attended Washington State College in Pullman, Washington during the summers. After a move to Hoonah, June taught second grade, helped reestablish the local library and worked with Tlingit Alaska Native American children. In Skagway, she taught fourth grade and worked for White Pass and Yukon Railway. Her daughter Mary Jo was born in Skagway. Before leaving Alaska, June was honored for her service by induction into the Tlingit Indian Tribe. After June's time in Alaska, the family lived four years in Highwood, Montana where she was active in community affairs and gave birth to her youngest son Douglas. From Montana, she moved to Minnesota, New Jersey, Illinois and Texas. She worked at the University of Minnesota in the department of epidemiology, Rutgers University and Eastern Illinois University. In Houston, she finished her career at Dresser Industries before retirement. June remained in the area after retirement to be close to her daughters, brother and his family. June was a life-long Catholic who cherished her children and was active in the lives of her children and grandchildren. She often attended Methodist and Episcopal Church with her family. She was an accomplished artist, avid reader and devoted dog owner. Junes' family and friends could always count on her good humor and enthusiastic conversation. June loved the communities and cities where she lived and successfully endeavored to make a contribution to the lives of all who knew her. June's family appreciates the loving professional care given to our mother, grandmother and great grandmother by the team at Park Manor The Woodlands, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital and St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital. No funeral services are planned. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you please donate to The , https://donate.heart.org. You are invited to view our webpage and leave written tributes to the family at cashnerconroe.com


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