Pixley Funeral Home


June Rachel McCoury

March 16, 1934January 17, 2021

June Rachel McCoury, age 86, of Auburn Hills, died Sunday, January 17, 2021, surrounded by her family at the Independence Village of White Lake. Left to cherish her memory are her loving husband, Mack; her four sons: Stephen (Janice) McCoury, Scott (Terry) McCoury, Todd McCoury, and Dan (Kalli) McCoury; her eight grandchildren; and her three great-grandchildren.

June was born March 16, 1934, in Caro, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Aloys and Cecile (Huffman) Schledorn. She and Henry Mack McCoury were married on September 18, 1954, in Troy. June worked as a bank teller at Pontiac State Bank until her first child was born, after which she became a stay-at-home mom. She was a valued member of the congregation at Auburn Hills Presbyterian Church for over thirty years.

In her free time, June could be found watching the birds, spending time outdoors, or working on her crafts. She also loved to travel, and held fond memories of her trips to the Netherlands, New England, Missouri, and New Orleans. June loved to host her famous outdoor parties during the summer time, where her extended family and friends would spend time together. She valued her time with her loved ones greatly; especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren! She loved to watch them have fun in the pool every summer and was always cheering them on at their sporting events. She was a wonderful woman who will be missed by many.

June was preceded in death by her parents, Aloys and Cecile; and her brother, Richard.

Due to capacity limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, June's family has decided to have a small private service. Cremation will follow. Those desiring may consider memorial contributions in June’s name to the Paralyzed Veterans of America.


  • Visitation

    Friday, January 22, 2021

  • Funeral Service Livestream

    Saturday, January 23, 2021



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Aubree McCoury

January 28, 2021

Oh where to begin, I will never find another granny like you.
You were almost perfect in every way, I have so many memories of you but the best, or at least my favorite memories of you were the 4th of July where you would sit on that swing on the deck while we would barbeque and you would watch us from that swing and someone, whether it was Pa or Kari you would talk there ear off and they would listen to you and after we swam for an hour or two my dad would yell girls time to eat get a towel and get some food and while we ate they would light fireworks and the sparkle from them made you look so pretty the last time I saw you were hurting and in pain and when I see you again I hope your happy and not in any more pain and I hope you’re healthy –

Love Aubree, your great grand baby.

Josh McCoury

January 28, 2021

Granny- where to begin? Words can't begin to summarize my love for you. I miss you like crazy. Someone already said it but it just resonates with me, hearing your voice when I would call or walk in the door of your house "hello dearheart" I literally just paused as I was writing this to hear it in my head. You and Pa were an inspiration to me my whole life and the unconditional love you showed and taught all of us goes without saying. Im so grateful that my daughters were lucky enough to spend so much time with you (more would have never been enough). You were always there no matter what. I was trying to muster up a way to say goodbye but I cant so until I see you again I love you to heaven and back.

Ann Schledorn Fletcher

January 24, 2021

Aunt June- You are the best and I miss you terribly. We all do. Nothing could warm a heart more than hearing your voice in the other end of the phone or in person-“Hellooo dear heart”. I cherish the tradition of you giving me a hallmark ornament every year so that when I was on my own, my tree would be filled...and it was. I loved it so much I started doing it with my nieces and nephews. I will never forget the wonderful family gatherings, your pool sign” Don’t pee in our pool-I don’t swim in your toilet!” The awesome organ and the brown shag carpet in the bathroom, your beautiful nails, the steps and screen door from the garage too many memories to list but most of all your love for telling jokes, your comforting smile and laugh and that twinkle in your eyes when you did so. 🌷 Till we meet again...❤️

Ruth Dupuis

January 24, 2021

I will miss our almost daily phone calls. My best memories are our trips through New England and through the southern states.
You would still laugh at me when I said ,you wonder what kind of people come in here? We were in the French Quarter in New Orleans in a risqué bar. Will remember all our craft shows at your house and then in Alpena.
Will really miss you.
Love Ruth

C.Ann Arnett

January 23, 2021

Aunt June,
Your smile, your laugh, your love, your friendship will forever be in my heart. May God grant you his Peace.

Uncle Mack, Steve, Todd, Scott and Dan... Many thanks for sharing this special person. She gave us all great memories.

Faith, Hope, Love..
the greatest of these is Love.
Corinthians 13:13

Lara Arnett

January 23, 2021

Aunt June,
I keep trying to find the right words to express how I feel, but words could never describe the love that I have for you. I will miss you, but you will live forever in my heart and the hearts of everyone that loved you. I cherish every memory I have of you always. ...Until we meet again. I love you.

Marieke Schledorn

January 23, 2021

Dear Mack, Stephen & Janice, Scott & Terry, Todd, Dan & Kalli, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Today Ries and I will light a candle for June, your dearly beloved wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and great-grandmother. With the wish that the light will nurture and warm her. May she rest in peace.
Love ️ Ries & Marieke

Judy Mason

January 23, 2021

I’ll cherish the memory of June always with a smile, a positive word, as a loving & proud mother, wife and sister to Uncle Dick. My thoughts & prayers are with the family. Judy Mason, nee Johnson

Brittany Hall

January 23, 2021

I haven’t seen Aunt June in a very long time but she was the absolute sweetest person. I have vivid memories going to her and Uncle Mack’s pool as a little girl and she always made me feel so special. Sending all my love and prayers to those she left behind.

Shawn McTigue

January 22, 2021

My heart goes out to your family. Dylan my son was blessed to make friends with your Grandson Jessie . His family treated him like their own. Heard about all the fun times in the summer enjoying the pool.
Your son Steve taught Dylan so much about cars. Was like a Dad to him.
As a single Mom it meant the world to me.
May your wonderful smile warm everyone’s heart.
Rest In Peace . 🌻