Marguerite June Packer
1929 - 2021
Powers Funeral Home
320 West Pioneer Avenue
Puyallup, WA
Marguerite June Packer
March 30, 1929 - April 24, 2021
Puyallup, Washington - June Packer went to heaven on April 24th in Shelton, WA. She is dancing on streets of gold with her beloved husband George Packer. Alongside them are their children Ed Packer, Bob Packer and Tess Packer.
June was 92 and passed away peacefully from natural causes. She was born in Seattle and graduated from Franklin High School. In 1956 she moved to Puyallup and lived there for 64 years. During that time June was an active member of the Light of the Hill and United Methodist Churches.
She will be remembered as a vibrant, loving friend and family member. In her own words, "Remember how much I have enjoyed life. I have been blessed with the ability to laugh easily, love deeply, forgive easily and have learned that with every tragic event in my life some good has come from it."
She is survived by her three sons and their wives; Ed and Judy Jones, Jim and Gale Packer and Blake and Michelle Jones. June was blessed with 12 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren. She was loved beyond words.

Published by News Tribune (Tacoma) from May 3 to May 5, 2021.
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Oh, what a wonderful person! We worked at APA at the same time in the 1970s and she was SO helpful when I needed something from the archives, and also such a thoughtful friend, ready to listen when I needed to grumble!
Linda Carlson
May 9, 2021
June was a special friend. We both attended Light of the Hill. For years, June, Jo Ann, and I had a monthly lunch together. June left many friends, and I count myself lucky to have been one of them.
Cheryl Peach
May 8, 2021
June was a very sweet lady , she will be missed . So sorry for your families Blake and other family . please keep in touch .
Pat Fenner
May 3, 2021
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