OBITUARY

June M. Walton

October 31, 1932August 23, 2021

June Chiles Walton, age 88, of Richmond, went peacefully into the arms of Jesus with her family by her side on Monday August 23, 2021 at Memorial Regional Hospital.

June was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest E. Walton Jr.; and her parents, Arthur B. and Louise Meginley Chiles.

She is survived by her son, Ernest E. Walton III and his wife, Debbie; daughter, Cheryl W. Disse and her husband, Tommy; her son, Kevin W. Walton and his significant other, Carmen Agnor. She adored her grandchildren, Kim D. Mihalap, Brad T. Disse, Whitney W. Pizzeck, Brett E. A. Walton, Emily L. Walton and Kaity M. Walton. She had 13 great-grandchildren, all who knew her as Nannie.

June had been employed by Mutual of Omaha Insurance Agency, Richmond Memorial Hospital and worked at Memorial Regional until 2020.

She was a faithful member of Varina Church of the Nazarene, 5350 Darbytown Road, where family and friends will be invited for a Celebration of Life on her birthday, October 31, 2021 at 3 p.m.

  • FAMILY

  • June was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest E. Walton Jr.; and her parents, Arthur B. and Louise Meginley Chiles. She is survived by her son, Ernest E. Walton III and his wife, Debbie; daughter, Cheryl W. Disse and her husband, Tommy; her son, Kevin W. Walton and his significant other, Carmen Agnor. She adored her grandchildren, Kim D. Mihalap, Brad T. Disse, Whitney W. Pizzeck, Brett E. A. Walton, Emily L. Walton and Kaity M. Walton. She had 13 great-grandchildren, all who knew her as Nannie.

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, October 31, 2021

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Michelle Townes

August 26, 2021

Ms. June was so sweet and always thinking of others. My old lunch and dinner meet up friend will definitely be missed. We talked and laughed a lot , but she didn't enjoy talking about sports, but always loved talking about her family; which made us feel like we knew even the ones we haven't met. We shared a lot of laughs and were almost always a little late coming back from lunch. To her family rest in knowing that she loved all of you and God, and I'm sure He welcomed her in heaven with not a hair out of place and sharing her famous cheese ball and a family photo.