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Zelda June Evosevich

May 31, 1925November 21, 2021
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Zelda June Evosevich, age 96, of Carmichaels, passed away on Sunday, November 21, 2021. Zelda was born May 31, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Pearl May (Crow) Williams. She was a member of Greene Valley Presbyterian Church of Carmichaels, where she was a Sunday School teacher, and also helped with the Wednesday Bible School for children. June was very family oriented, always looking after her kids, grandkids and great grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Milan Evosevich (1987), as well as several brothers and sisters.

She is survived by five daughters; Simone (John) Psenicska, Sandra Matyk, Marlene Abate, Annette Fox, Tina (Tim) Baughman; two sons, Milan (Sharon) Evosevich, and Michael (Nanette) Evosevich. Also surviving are 14 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren. One brother; John Williams, and one sister, Janet Lough, also survive June.

As per June's wishes, all services were private. Burial followed at Greene County Memorial Park. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.behm-funeralhomes.com for the Evosevich family.

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Robert Stemnock

November 29, 2021

Sandy, Lisa and I just wanted to express our sympathy at the loss of your mother. There's never a good time for someone to leave, but at the holidays, it's even tougher. Peace to you and to the family.

Kathy Barkley

November 27, 2021

My condolences to the family at this time. She will be missed by so many.

Dylan Lewis

November 26, 2021

I will always remember June as the sweetest, kindest soul whose smile could light up an arena! She was like another grandmother to me. Many great childhood memories were spent at her house, goofing around with Ian, listening to the family make her laugh...She was certainly one of a kind and will be missed by so, so many. No words could ever bring you peace in these times, but her life was one we could all admire, her love will always be felt and her memory will live on forever. My family mourns with you all. Love, Dylan

John Williams

November 24, 2021

To June’s family, we think of your moms joy and laughter and that’s how we will remember her. We pray that GOD will give you his peace and comfort at this sad time. All our love and prayers, brother John,Norma and family.

Sherri Forman Stevens

November 24, 2021

My childhood has so many memories of June and her husband. My grandma Forman lived beside her and we would visit . So sorry for your loss such a kind and sweet lady.

Terri Wallace

November 24, 2021

So many fond memories of summertime sitting on June’s porch listening to her stories. Such a sweet, kind, lady with a big heart of gold. Sending hugs and love to you all as you say goodbye to her.

Emily Jellots-Brichetti

November 23, 2021

We are sending our sympathy and prayers to my brother in law Mike, sister Nanette, nephews Ian, Zach and Benjamin and all of Grandma Junes children, and grandchildren. She lived a long meaningful life and left her loved ones with many wonderful memories. When I think of Grandma June, I think of laughter. She really had a way with always making everyone laugh. I can hear her saying, “Oh golly!” Fly high Grandma June and Rest In Peace. ❤️🙏🏻
With Love and Sympathy,
Emily, David and family

Randy Kerr

November 23, 2021

My heartfelt sympathies go out to the entire Evosevich family. June was a lovely soul. I will miss her very much. She always had a kind word. I can hear her wonderful laugh as I type and remember how she called me "honey". Please know my thoughts are with you all.

Much love to all.

Randy

Teddi Stanchie

November 23, 2021

Aunt June, you will be truly missed. You will always be remembered for your kind and gentle nature. Much love niece, Teddi

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