June M. Oliver

June 1, 1928January 10, 2021

Eulogy June M. Oliver

June Marie Oliver, 92, passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. She was a resident of Venice Gardens Assisted Living at the time of her departure to Heaven.

June was born June 1, 1928 in Akron, Ohio. She was the oldest of seven children and was preceded in death by her sister Helen, and brothers Richard, George, David, and James. She is survived by her younger brother, Fred (Joyce).

She was preceded in death by her husband Charles.

June was an RN (Registered Nurse) and PA (Physicians Assistant). When she graduated from Nursing School she went to Thailand as a missionary nurse. When she returned to the states she served as head nurse at The Haven of Rest Rescue Mission before returning to the mission field.

While serving in Guam, she met and married Charles Oliver (January 27, 1984). They returned to Guam, and also went to Russia with Men for Missions. June was instrumental in setting up guidelines for EMT’s (Emergency Medical Technician) in the state of Florida.

June was a faithful member of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in North Port. She served as an Elder and member of the Missions Committee.

June loved the Lord Jesus and longed to go home to Heaven. She is at home at last!


  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Burial

    Monday, January 18, 2021


June M. Oliver

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Susan Della-Corte

January 15, 2021

My condolences to June’s family. She was a dedicated servant to our Lord. May you find peace in knowing she has gone safely home.

God Bless -


Vonda Dunn

January 14, 2021

I will share two memories. June had recently returned from Thailand when I married her brother Richard in 1965. Although we had not met she gave me expensive fabric that she had brought with her. When Richard died and was brought back to life she was teaching artificial resuscitation in FL. She was quick to acknowledge that it was a miracle from the Lord as he was "out" so long that the doctors would not have been able to revive him.

Mardie Butler

January 13, 2021

Perry and I will miss June. She was a good soul with a heart for Christ and love for those around her. She had asked me many times to sing for her funeral and had written a special version of Face to Face (with Christ my Savior). I never got a copy of her verses but will sing the original version at home where I am being Covid distanced. And yes, June, to God be the glory

Christine Davitt

January 12, 2021

Talking to June always made me feel better.
She was a grand person and I am very very glad to have known her!