1926 - 2021
June Chulay Luneburg, 94, passed away peacefully on May 4, 2021 at The Moorings of Arlington Heights. She was born to Frank and Elizabeth (Ajbb) Chulay in Chicago on May 28, 1926. June grew up in Chicago, graduated from Carl Schurz High School and attended University of IL, where she met her beloved husband, Donald. They celebrated 45 years of marriage prior to his passing in 1995. They began their life together in Chicago later moving to Des Plaines, where they raised their 3 children. They became lifelong members of Immanuel Lutheran Church, where they made many close friendships. In 1985, June and Don moved to Arlington Heights and June moved to The Moorings of Arlington Heights Retirement Community in 2014. June's parents, and brother, Frank, 5 years her senior, relocated to America before she was born. June's family and relatives were proud of their Hungarian heritage and this was prevalent throughout her life. She was a wonderful cook and baker always trying new recipes. June had a gift for entertaining and did it often with grace and finesse. She relished raising her children and took delight in her grandchildren always ready with a helping hand. Her radiant smile will never be forgotten. June enjoyed a career of 20 years as grade school secretary at South School in Des Plaines District 62. June and Don were longtime members of American Turners Northwest. The family spent summers at Illinois Turner Camp where they made lifelong friendships. In her senior years she was an avid Bridge player and enjoyed crocheting. June is survived by her children, Barry (Patti) Luneburg, Donna (Ernie) Wickstrom, Nancy Farrell; grandchildren, Ryan Farrell, Kelsey (Phillipp) Anderson, Brett (Helen) Luneburg, Amber (Shaun) Wishnevski, Erika and Haley Wickstrom; and great-grandchildren, Harper, Jack and Smith Wishnevski, Maxwell Mason, Cassidy and Grace Anderson and Holden Luneburg. Survived also by her dear brother, Frank (Irma) Chulay. The family wishes to thank the staff at The Moorings for their loving care provided to June over the past 6.5 years. Services provided by Benson Family FH. Due to current circumstances, burial will be a private graveside service at Acacia Park Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Illinois Turner Camp. Checks payable to Memorial Swimming Pool Fund. Please send to Barbara Zweifel, 5555 N. Sheridan Rd., Apt. 1115, Chicago, IL 60640.

Published by Daily Herald on May 9, 2021.
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Beautiful life, beautiful rememberance. Condolences to your family.
Beth Kikoen
May 11, 2021
Mrs. Luneburg is without question one of the nicest, most pleasant people I have ever met. She is truly one of those rare, special people that became your friend as soon as you met her. Her warm, compassionate smile will be missed but fond memories of her will live on in our hearts forever. The world is definitely a better place because of this special lady. Our sympathies are with Barry, Donna, and Nancy and the entire Luneburg family over the loss of their matriarch. Your Mom lives on in your souls for all eternity. Rest in peace Mrs. Luneburg.
Karl and Jean Meyer
May 9, 2021
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