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Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre

1969 Wyandotte Street East, Windsor, ON

OBITUARY

June Maxine Thomas

November 10, 1928March 4, 2020

Passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on March 4, 2020 at the age of 91.

June is now reunited with her late husband Donald (2009). Cherished mother of John (Beth), Patricia and James (Tara). Adored grandmother of Kimberly and Bryan. Sister of Joseph Burgie and sister- in-law of Lynda and Larry. She will be greatly missed by many nieces, nephews and friends, especially Joan Williamson, Maria White and Deb. Special thanks to her “girlfriend” Sherry who provided care, love and compassion to June.

June’s message to everyone …Spend time with family, help each other and always go to the party and dance.

Cremation has taken place.

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Memories

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Sandi Fish

March 11, 2020

Thanks so much Lynn....can you please pass this message on to John....Hi John....just wanted you to know that my dad and I had a wonderful visit with your mom last summer. At one point my dad started to doze off in the chair and I just let him since I was so enjoying my visit. We talked about the days when our family would go to the lake and Don would take us skiing in the boat. We always ate like kings and went home exhausted after a wonderful day at the Thomas’s. She talked about the days before all of our parents even had kids and all the fun they used to have together. She told me all about her grandchildren too...she was so proud of her kids and her grandkids. John, I truly hope one day I will get to see you at Lynn and Tony’s or the Kisch’s and we can catch up on all the years that have passed. I send you and your family my sincere sympathy on the loss of your wonderful mother. My dad also asked me to send his deepest sympathy...

Sincerely
Sandi Fish

Sandi Fish

March 11, 2020

Thanks so much Lynn....can you please pass this message on to John....Hi John....just wanted you to know that my dad and I had a wonderful visit with your mom last summer. At one point my dad started to doze off in the chair and I just let him since I was so enjoying my visit. We talked about the days when our family would go to the lake and Don would take us skiing in the boat. We always ate like kings and went home exhausted after a wonderful day at the Thomas’s. She talked about the days before all of our parents even had kids and all the fun they used to have together. She told me all about her grandchildren too...she was so proud of her kids and her grandkids. John, I truly hope one day I will get to see you at Lynn and Tony’s or the Kisch’s and we can catch up on all the years that have passed. I send you and your family my sincere sympathy on the loss of your wonderful mother. My dad also asked me to send his deepest sympathy...

Sincerely
Sandi Fish

BETH FRENCH

March 10, 2020

John and I took June to Gibbs Gardens about eight years ago. June was determined to handle a rather large black snake that a man was showing a crowd. I knew then that June was no sissy! Of course I had to handle it too... guess who stood far away to watch? ! Yes, John.

Larry Janisse

March 10, 2020

How we enjoyed our trips especially when Shirley and June wanted to stop in New York. The girls fell asleep and we just happened to miss the turnoff!

Larry Janisse

March 9, 2020

Great trips Shirley and I had withDon and June .both western and Eastern.

Marla and Axel Brandt

March 9, 2020

Our deepest condolences to all of you on the loss of our dearest aunt June. She was a wonderful woman who will be deeply missed. We will keep all of you in our thoughts during this difficult time.
Marla and Axel

Michele Bonneville

March 7, 2020

Many favorite memories of Aunt June. As a child I was always excited when she came to visit us over the Christmas Holidays. She ALWAYS brought the very best cookies and sweets. Couldn't wait to enjoy them. Also fabulous weekends at their beach playing in the water, boating, and enjoying picnics. As a young adult she hosted my bridal shower and asked me what I would like. I promptly answered a beach party at her house! It was wonderful. She was always the superb hostess with a welcoming smile and a hug to go with it. Such a warm personality will be greatly missed. I know that Don is celebrating his reunion with her and they are watching over us. God Bless You Aunt June.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY