Alberta June Kemp Bryan

June 4, 1931August 30, 2012

Alberta “June “ Bryan, 81, of Nashville passed away August 30 in Nashville. She was the daughter of Albert Louis and Isadora (Demaree) Kemp. June was born in Indianapolis on June 4, 1931. She was a graduate of Nashville High School, a homemaker, a gifted artist and musician. June was also a long time member of North Salem United Methodist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church where she sang in the choir, as well as churches county wide. A few of her community involvements include: Brown County Dulcimer Society, a lifetime member of Brown County Art Gallery and the Community Closet. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, September 4 at 10:30 A.M. at Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home with Revs. Richard Halladay & Dan Howard officiating. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Cemetery. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home on Monday, September 3 from 4:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. June & Bill were married 63 years. She was the loving mother of Karen Gail Jackson, Jennifer L. (Garry) Lutes, of Nashville. Christopher Duane (Carolyn) Bryan, Nashville and Jonathan R. (Diana) Bryan of New Castle, CA., nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Her brother Raymond (Joan) Kemp lives in Sebastian, FL. June was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, Louis Kemp and son, Steven D. Bryan. Memorial contributions may be made to Gideons International, P. O. Box 881, Columbus, IN. 47202-0881, Fellowship Baptist Church, 1267 Old State Road 46 East, Nashville, In. 47448, or the charity of one’s choice.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, September 4, 2012
  • Visitation Monday, September 3, 2012

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Charlie Neiman

September 5, 2012
Please play this in Heaven June-Bug

Rita Simon

September 5, 2012

You and your family are thought of in this sad time. I will miss June's winning smile and helpful attitude. A great neighbor and friend of the community. Rita Simon

Ricki Wilkerson

September 5, 2012

I became acquainted with June through the Brown County Alumni Association. What a wonderful, loving and giving lady, always graceful and classy! She will be missed at our meetings. Prayers to Bill and all of her family for strength in this difficult time.

September 4, 2012

To Bill and all of the family, our hearts and prayers are with you. June was one special person, we fell in love with her and loved to be around her and Bill just sitting and talking and of course there was the music. We will miss her sweet sweet smile. God be with all of you. Marilyn and Bob Kidwell

Terry Lloyd

September 4, 2012

June was so wonderful. She was a kind, caring, and loving woman and she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you today. Love,

Cindy & Chuck Smith

September 4, 2012

The Bryan Families are all in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time in life. God Bless You All.

September 3, 2012

I was sorry to hear about June passing away. She was my first bible study leader for BSF in the study of Matthew. She was very inspiring and devoted to her faith. She will be missed not only by her family, but everyone that she knew. May God confort her family during this difficult time.

Shirley Phares (Columbus, IN)

Ed and Lana Wrightsman

September 3, 2012

June was a very genuine and special individual to our family. We love her.
Her treasures,talents and thoughtful kindnesses will be missed by all who
knew her. Brown County has lost and Angel. God Bless Bill and The Bryan

Bill Voland

September 3, 2012

Bill & Family,
I knew June in many of her roles, as a wife, mother, grandmother, artist and as a friend. Few artist painting Brown County landscapes ever get the purple haze of the Brown County hills correct. June had a gift for getting it right. In all of her other roles, I suspect she got it right too. My thoughts are with all of you.

Jo Cluck

September 3, 2012

My sincere sympathy, Bill, on the loss of a most gracious, fun, and talented lady. It's been nearly six years since I left Nashville, but the time I spent there living in your little rental was a most memorable one and I treasure the little painting that June presented to me as a departing gift when Pat died. Treasure your memories and I send my prayers to you and your family.