June Alyne Bacon
May 13, 1923 – May 15, 2018
Waynesville-June Alyne Aubel Bacon, 95, died on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at Autumn Care Nursing and Rehabilitation. June was born in New Castle, PA, on May 13, 1923, to the late Ross and Hilma Larson Aubel. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and to her delight a great-grandmother.
In addition to her parents, June was preceded in death by her husband, Charles David Bacon, Sr.; an infant son, Charles David Bacon, Jr.; and three brothers.
June is survived by her daughters, Beverly Olsen (William) and Susan Heckman (David); four grandchildren, Scott Heckman (Heather), Dana Sworsy (Jeffrey), Trudi Tuinstra (Taco), and Eric Olsen (Monica); seven great grandchildren, Kayla Olsen, Samuel Olsen, Jeffrey Sworsy, Jr., Kortney Heckman, Nicole Heckman, Maya Tuinstra and Lucia Tuinstra; and special friend Ray Lee.
No services are planned.
The family would like to offer a word of thanks to the staff and nurses of Autumn Care for the compassionate care provided to June.
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August 7, 2018
June Alyne Bacon was my cousin. Her mother, Hilma Larson Aubel, was my dad's (Norman Larson) sister.
I remember most June and Chuck's children, Susan and Beverly. We would play together when holidays and special occasions brought the family together at my Grandfather's...he lived with my Aunt Hilma.
Unfortunately when I moved away from the New Castle/Ellwood City Pennsylvania area, I lost touch with all the relatives of Aunt Hilma. I remember that June and Chuck Bacon moved to Florida. Fort Lauderdale, I believe.
Should this message get seen by any one in the family I would like to pass on my sympathies to Susan and Beverly. I remember those days when we played at Grandfather Hogan Larson's home on Lee Avenue.