OBITUARY

June Howell Caldwell

October 31, 1930February 16, 2021

June Virginia Caldwell was 90 years old. She was born 31 October 1930 to Paul and Margaret Howell in Delray Beach, FL. June was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is survived by two daughters, Vicki Spray and Janice Rogers, one son Walter Caldwell Jr; seven grandchildren, Tommy Buchholz, Laura Rhodes, Doris Miller, Donna Fisher, Kevin Caldwell, Melissa and Walter Caldwell; seven great-grandchildren, Elizabeth and Jay Buchholz, Alan and Zach Shipp, Grayson Rhodes, Brandon and Riley Fisher. She was proceeded in death by her husband of 38 years Walter Caldwell, Her parents Paul and Margaret Howell, and her two brothers John and Jack Howell and son-in-law David Spray. In lieu of flowers please make donations to St. Jude or Boys Town. Graveside services will be Saturday at 12 Noon at Valhalla Memory Gardens. At the families request they will be no public Viewing.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

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June Howell Caldwell

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Misty Delporte

February 20, 2021

I loved my friend June with all my heart. I met her in the early 2000’s when I was around 27 & we’ve remained close friends all these years.
For me, she was a spunky ball of sunshine whose kind heart & sense of humor couldn’t be beat. She was as tough as nails & didn’t let her health issues slow her down one bit.
We met where I worked. She was so easy to talk to, she made me laugh, and, simply put, she was a kindred spirit.
Over the years I would pay her visits & we’d meet for lunch. We had a fun dinner out where she met my Mama. One day my Daddy & I were antique shopping near her home and we decided to pay a surprise visit. She was thrilled to meet my Daddy (as was I). We took her to Rosie’s & made fun memories. We talked about that surprise visit a lot.
When I adopted my two furbabies she wanted to meet them so I loaded them up in the car & off we went! I have an awesome picture from that day.
We stayed in close contact when I met my husband & moved to Indiana. She would send me cards & letters that I treasure. My husband & I were able to visit her on a couple trips down to Alabama.
She was like a grandmother & friend melded into one for me. We could talk about anything, from small talk to sensitive subjects. She gave me lots of sage advice.
June was one of those people that you only get to meet once in a lifetime. She was treasured beyond words & will live in my heart forever. I will miss her everyday.

Janett Howell Rector

February 20, 2021

June was my half sister we shared the same dad Paul Howell I remember when I first met her I thought she was beautiful and I will always remember her laugh she laughed almost about everything dad was so happy to have her back in our lives I'm just sorry we lost contact after dad passed away Can't believe she's gone now RIP my sister Fly high with the Angels . Janett Rector February 20,2021

johnette bernosky

February 19, 2021

I will always cherish the bond created with my sweet Aunt June and the wonderful conversations we shared. I got to know my family through her and will always be thankful. Until we see each other again RIP beautiful! Always in my heart.

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