June E. Mohr
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Mohr, June E.

passed away on Sept. 13, 2016. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Tom, her sister Kathleen, her two children, Charles and Melissa (Caspar Hare), and two grandchildren, Thomasina and Inigo Hare. She loved gardening, and her ashes will be scattered in the backyard she planned and tended with such care. She had started designing gardens for friends and neighbors before her long illness, and some of those can still be seen around Whitefish Bay. She loved hair too, having been a beautician, and taught her kids the golden rule—as long as you have a really good haircut (and nice shoes) you can wear what you want because no one will notice the rest of you. After her kids left home, she worked at Lands' End, and enjoyed making full use of her employee discount. Throughout her life, she volunteered at schools, teaching children about art appreciation and reading to the younger grades. One of her most abiding interests was German-Russian history—it's too bad she has to miss the conference on Volga Germans in Sheboygan this weekend, she would have loved to have gone. Her family would like to thank the staff of the Milwaukee Catholic Home for taking such excellent and kind care of her in her last years. There will be a private memorial service.




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Published in Sheboygan Press on Sep. 18, 2016.
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September 18, 2016
So sorry for your loss. May her legacy of sharing nature's beauty with others live on through members of her family.
Patricia Almon
September 18, 2016
Kathy. I am so sorry for your loss. Kris
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