June Eileen Mohr

4 June , 193029 September , 2019

June E. Mohr, 89, passed away September 29, 2019. She was born June 4, 1930 in Dayton, Ohio to Michael and Bertha Grusenmeyer.

After graduation from high school, June went to work for Cities Service Oil Co. June married John Mohr on June 26, 1954. John and June moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 1962. June went to work for the Maricopa County School System for 25 years, 23 as a secretary at Orangedale Elementary School. She retired in 1988. John and June traveled extensively, enjoying their retirement. They moved to Kokomo in 2006.

June was preceded in death by her husband, John in 2018; and brothers, Robert and Carl Grusenmeyer.

June is survived by sisters, Rosina Beachler (Miamisburg, OH), Kathleen Marlow, Camila Schmil (both of Dayton, OH), and Pat Shuey (Kokomo, IN); and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial mass will be held Monday, October 7 at 11am at St. Joan of Arc Church, 3155 County Rd S 200 W, Kokomo, IN 46902.


  • Memorial Mass Monday, 7 October , 2019


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Jeff Grusenmeyer

2 October 2019

We will always remember Aunt June and Uncle Jack's hospitality when we visited Phoenix and Las Vegas. Of course, who could forget playing tennis at 10:00 at night when it was 100 degrees!

Our condolences to the rest of the family.

Jeff and Monica Grusenmeyer & Family


1 October 2019

Pat Shuey,
What a strange way to make a connection. Just read of your sister's death in my Dayton paper. & see that you are one of her survivors. I am sorry to learn of your loss but excited to know that once again we may connect from our previous times as neighbors on Meadowbrook Court. If you would like to chat, please call me at 435-363-6341. Would love to know about your 'boys', they probably have 'boys' of their own.
Again, my condolences & sending Blessing to All.

Lynne Wick Peterson

Peggy Hollingsworth

1 October 2019

I remember June from the Journey Travel Club gatherings in Kokomo. Thank you, Pat, for "being there" and taking good care of your sister during her years of living in Indiana.

Cindy Kirchmer

1 October 2019

Rest in peace Aunt June.