OBITUARY

Charles June

March 30, 1934January 7, 2021

Charles June was born March 30, 1934 and passed away peacefully January 7, 2021. He was a proud life-long resident of Louisville. Charlie was born on Lyons Avenue in Old Louisville, attended DuPont Manual High School, and enjoyed many games at the old Parkway Field. He met the love of his life, Rose Marie June, at the Parkmoor Bowling Lanes, and they enjoyed over 58 years together.

In addition to his wife, Charlie is survived by his son, Charles Kenneth June (Tina); daughter, Lisa June Gregoire (Loel); grandchildren, Adam, Anna, and Louis; several in-laws; nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Willie Dean June; siblings, John, Eva, Hester, Vernice, and Pat. Charlie was a dedicated worker at Murphy Elevator for over 40 years.

We was a Wildcat fan and enjoyed traveling and cherished time with his family. The family would like to thank his sister-in-law Joyce Dean Clark, caregiver Dee Carpenter, and Hosparus nurse Becky Arnold for their compassionate care.

Due to COVID, the Funeral Service will be virtual. The family invites friends and family to join them on the facebook page of “Evergreen Funeral Home and Evergreen Cemetery”. Live streaming will begin at 11:45am, Friday, January 15, 2021.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Dare to Care or the charity of one’s choice.

  • FAMILY

  • In addition to his wife, Charlie is survived by his son, Charles Kenneth June (Tina); daughter, Lisa June Gregoire (Loel); grandchildren, Adam, Anna, and Louis; several in-laws; nieces and nephews.


    He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Willie Dean June; siblings, John, Eva, Hester, Vernice, and Pat. Charlie was a dedicated worker at Murphy Elevator for over 40 years.

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Mona Frederic

January 12, 2021

I have been a neighbor of Rose and Charlie’s for over 20 years. The first time I met him, I knew he was OK. However, I was warned that he was ‘Outspoken” which I soon learned for myself. He was completely honest and if you didn’t want to hear the answer then “Don’t ask the Question!” I could appreciate that since I am a little that way myself. He became not only my neighbor and friend but my “Mentor” as well. Charlie seemed to know how to do everything around the house. I made many visits to “Ask Charlie”. I am grateful to have known him and will miss him. My sympathy to his devoted Family.

Karen Blum

January 12, 2021

Lisa,
I am sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I remember him fondly from times when I was at your home. You and your family are in my prayers.
Karen (May) Blum

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