OBITUARY

June R Erlenbaugh

June 13, 1926February 2, 2019

June Rose Erlenbaugh of Hammond, IN

June Rose Erlenbaugh passed away peacefully Saturday February 2,2019, at age 92 surrounded by loved ones, She is survived by her sister Rosemary (nee DeYoung) Fletcher, nieces Kari June( Ed) Bunde, Lee Anne DeYoung, nephews Buddy & Randy DeYoung as well as many great nieces and nephews. June is preceded in death by her sisters Ruth & Anna Lee Erlenbaugh. June grew up in Hammond, Indiana, daughter to Curly and Goldie Erlenbaugh, she worked at Quint Brothers Automotive in Hammond, and also lived in Miller Beach and Munster, Indiana, June as a beloved aunt, a gentle kind soul. She will be deeply missed by all. We love you aunt June rest in peace. Kuiper Funeral Home Highland, IN entrusted with arrangements

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LeeAnne DeYoung

February 5, 2019

Aunt June was probably one of the kindest sweetest persons you could ever hope to have in your life. I remember how Aunt June always sat at the kids table with us and the walks down to the river after dinner at my grandparents. When ever I needed her she was there. In college whenever I came home her and I would go to John's Pizza in Calumet City and she would just listen to everything going on in my life. When my children came along she was there for them too. The walks to the river,sitting at their table to help them with dinner, listening to them and loving them as she did me. You will always be in my heart Aunt June. I'm so glad you are well with the Lord in Heaven.

Mathew Sneed

February 5, 2019

Aunty June was a wonderful woman and a kind sole. She loved me and my siblings more than I can explain. I can remember staying the night at her and Aunt Anna lee's house many weekend as a kid. We would play War or other card games, watch Loony Toons or the Bozo the clown show. I remember having Sunday lunches over at their house with my mom and my aunt Kari and uncle Ed. Living over seas we did not get to see them a lot but the times we did are the clearest and brightest of my child hood memories. I am happy she is finally at peace and reunited with her loved ones that have passed, but she will be missed and the world is a lesser place with her passing.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY