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Volusia Memorial Funeral Home & Volusia Memorial Park

548 North Nova Road, Ormond Beach, FL

OBITUARY

JUNE B. VAN DE GRAAF

June 21, 1922June 20, 2019

20189 June Greenhaus Van de Graaf died peacefully at Halifax Hospice in Port Orange, Florida on June 20, 2019. She died one day before her 97th birthday. June was born June 21, 1922 in Brooklyn, New York where she lived for many years until moving with her husband, Joseph Lowell and sons to Teaneck, New Jersey in 1954. June had a long career with AT&T, starting during WWII and becoming one of the first female supervisors in the company. Relocating to Florida after retirement she was preceded in death by her husband Joseph. At this point in her life, she met Jake, who not only became her second husband, but a wonderful travel companion. They shared a mutual love for “RVing” which enabled them to spend many years traversing North America. She is survived by her husband, Jacob Van de Graaf, sons: Richard (Anne Marie) Lowell, Islamorada, Robert (Linda) Lowell, Port Orange, Stepson, James Van de Graaf, Daytona Beach, Stepdaughter Lee Anne (Wyatt) Shaffer, Scranton, Pennsylvania, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A private service will be held locally and interment in Volusia Memorial Park, Ormond Beach, Florida. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Halifax Hospice, Port Orange, Florida

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Ron Carducci

September 20, 2019

I went to high school school with Jake in Dover NJ. I would like to hear from him to offer my condolences. I believe I met June but it was years ago in the Dover NJ area. I am so sorry for your loss Jake.

Frank Ryerson

June 22, 2019

I will always treasure the memories of dinners followed by a play at Seaside Music Theater. June was so alive and vibrant and had a wicked sense of humor. Being asked to dinner, I always knew it would be a sumptuous feast with the great company of Robert and Linda and Jake. I will truly miss her.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY