Labenski Funeral Home

107 Boswell Avenue, Norwich, CT


June Diacumski

April 1, 1926August 19, 2019

NORWICH - June Vivian Diacumski, 93, passed away on Monday, August 19th, 2019.

June was born on April 1, 1926 in Old Town Maine, the daughter of the late Reginald and Emelia (Daigle) Pelkey.

A lifelong resident of the area, she was a communicant of Sts. Peter and Paul Church and worked as a Nurse’s Aide at Backus Hospital. She lived at Chase Manor in Norwich for 32 years assisting in organizing bus trips and bingo games for many years. She enjoyed spending time at the casino and sitting with friends for a good chat and storytelling. The most important part of June’s life was time spent with family.

June is survived by her three sons and their wives; Gary and Linda Diacumski of Riverside, RI, Steven and Darlene Diacumski of North Franklin, Brian and Lisa Orowson of Norwich, her sister; Doreen McGuire of Florida, 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her daughters; Gail Collier and Bonnie Delmore, and her brothers; Roderick and Kenneth Pelkey.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

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Doreen Mcguire

August 31, 2019

My sister was very special to me. She helped me as a very young child, giving me my first manicure. She loved to dance and sing including being able to yodel when she was younger. She loved her family and held Christmas as a very special time. It was her favorite time. We will miss her terribly and love her much!

George Magrey

August 25, 2019

I have so many memories flooding back to me when I heard of your passing. You always seemed happy even when life threw you some tough situations. I am so lucky to have been your grandson and will see you and mom again some day.


steven Diacumski

August 25, 2019

MOM always love having all of us around her she tell us about her life when she was younger and the stories would make us laugh i will miss hearing her tell they to me family was the most important thing to her especially at christmas time thats when we were all together mom I know i my not be able to see you but i know you will be watching over all of us this is not goodbye because i know i will see you in haven with that big smile on you face and a giant hug

Darlene Diacumski

August 24, 2019

I am so blessed to have had such a wonderful mother-in-law in June. June was such a joy to hang out with. She always had stories to tell of when she was a young child, her time working at Pratt & Whitney, etc. I always told her she should "write a book". I wish she had as it would probably be a bestseller! But I will keep those stories in my heart, just as I will keep her laughter, her love for her family, her joy and the talks we had. Thanks for the memories "Mom".

Adele Wise

August 22, 2019

June's laugh was contagious and her genuine kindness a blessing to me. I am a better person having known her. She will be missed.
Rest in peace, June Diacumski!