OBITUARY

June Esther Tremain

June 30, 1924August 28, 2021
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In Loving Memory

June Esther Tremain was born: June 30, 1924; in Dinuba, CA to Ira and Zoe Jillson. She was 97 years old when she died in the Tacoma General Hospital on Saturday, August 28, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd C. Tremain and is survived by 2 sons, Lloyd (wife Diana), and Douglas Tremain. She had 5 grandchildren, Christopher (wife Chelly), Michael (wife Nicole), Zachary, Zoe, and Abigail Tremain. She had one great-grandchild, Edith Tremain as well as numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

June graduated from College of the Pacific in Stockton with a Bachelors of Education. She married Lloyd C. Tremain on July 2, 1954, in Stockton, CA and moved to Seattle, WA where they settled down and spent most of their lives together.

June was a devoted and faithful follower of Jesus Christ who lived out her faith daily. She always had a hymn in her heart and scripture on her lips. She was caring to everyone that came to her even helping foster 3 kids through difficult times, Kay, Cynthia and David. She was also a devoted sister to her brothers Bob and Bud Jillson. She wrote thousands of cards and personal letters over the decades to friends, family, church people, pastors, and missionaries. Most of you remember personal letters sent to you in love often. When she became a Gideon auxiliary member with my father, she began to send out gifts of Bibles in your name. Thousands of Bibles have been distributed over the years through her faithful support and love for people being able to have God’s Word given to them. In fact one of her desires was for Bibles to be given by you through the Gideon’s in honor and memory or her life. Every Bible you give in memory of her life is only $5.00 each. (If you give $100, 20 Bibles will be placed in people’s hands in her name).

While we grieve the loss of her life here on earth, we rejoice in the hope of the resurrection for all who put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as she did! I'm sure she will hear her Savior say, “Well done, good and faithful servant,” (Matt. 25:21) "…welcome home."

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Services

  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, September 19, 2021

Memories

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Donna Bristol

September 20, 2021

June always had a ready smile and encouraging word. She loved the Lord and it always showed.

Helen Bishop

September 20, 2021

So many memories. Could fill a book. This was so amazing to get to see a few of you. June was an avid e mailer for years When we were both on Juno my files were filled with things from June. I have to laugh and so will some of you. Clancy did not know who the quartet was and kept saying where are those quartet guys I don't see them. I said to him. Only one can be seen now and he's standing right here. It took him awhile. Then he got it. I didn't tel him ahead of time. but after the service the memories started rolling. And the tears. I am still trying to figure out who some of the people there were. Doug, of course, we've seen more recent than anyone else. But a couple of people looked familiar but I wasn't sure. theresa introduced herself but I had not seen her for so long I don't know if I would have known her. Memories of June will last forever. She was a faithful friend.

Dixie Likens

September 19, 2021

i am honored to acknowledge the beautiful life of June Tremain. She truly exemplified Jesus as Lord.

Darriel & Sheri Darden

September 19, 2021

To Lloyd and family,
We are so sorry for the loss of Mrs Tremain. She was a wonderful person and we know that she will be missed terribly.
You are all in our prayers and hearts.

Bill & Marguerite Blue

September 19, 2021

June was a good friend to our family. She and Lloyd C. spent time with my parents in Olympia, fishing, hunting, and fellowshipping. I accompanied the two of them when they sang. One of the Gospel songs that I can still hear them singing is "It was love that sent a Savior to a world of sin and woe; It was love that left Heaven's portals to come down to dwell below; It was love that stilled the waters on the stormy Galilee; It was love that paid sin's ransom one dark day on Calvary. Love so divine, Love so sublime; Love that is deeper than any sea. Love for us all, Oh how can it be!" The last time I played for her was at her sister-in-law, Dixie's memorial service. Her smile at that time was as beautiful as every as she sang Blessed Assurance.

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