June Eva Anderson (June 19, 1946 - January 30, 2023)

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June Eva Anderson
  • June 19, 1946
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  • January 30, 2023

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June Eva Anderson was born on June 19, 1946 in Jacksonville, Florida. June passed away on January 30, 2023 at the age of 76 in Daytona Beach, Florida.

June had suffered with dementia and is at peace in heaven with her mother Girlie Louise Downing Anderson and father Regis Howard Anderson, a Retired Air Force pilot.

June was much loved by her surviving family: sister Denise Anderson Rodenbaugh and her husband Mike, nephew Derek Sean Anderson-Farmer, and niece Mya Coreen Farmer. Also surviving are her closest cousins Joanne Moseley and her husband Larry of Panama City, Florida, Shirley Rayburn and her husband Mark of Laurel Hill, Florida, and Janice Van Zant of Mount Dora, Florida, as well as many other cousins throughout the South.

June enjoyed a long career with Walt Disney World, then retired and moved to Panama City, Florida. She enjoyed her church friends, reading the Gospel together and singing her church songs. Although June was a tiny lady, she loved to enjoy a good meal. Her small stature, red hair and robust laughter always left an impression with everyone she met.

She will be laid to rest with a private family service at Wayfare Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Echols County, Georgia.

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  1. Denise Rodenbaugh says:
    12 Feb 2023
    My spitfire tiny sister, very happy to have my moments of happy times with you. It’s had been a difficult time and blessings at the same time. We had each other and you knew I was there for you every step of the way. Love was our bond. My joy was to make you laugh, say our prayers, make sure you had your favorite food to enjoy, I have my wonderful memory of having you dance down the halls of the nursing home to the music of James Brown “I Feel Good”, giving you a twirl and you saying my name with an embarrassed smile on your face, You where enjoying it. Our short time together the past two years was not long enough, I cry for you June but know you’re soaring in the heavens above with mother, mama and Uncle Mannen, all whom you dearly loved. I cherish our time together and happy God gave me patience to deal with the dementia for you. Juney you had so much support from Joann, Shirley, Derek, Mya, I’m happy that you were able to see how loved you were.. in my heart always my dear sister.

  2. Denise Rodenbaugh lit a candle:
    12 Feb 2023
    Lit since February 12, 2023 at 2:08:25 AM

  3. Joanne Moseley lit a candle:
    10 Feb 2023
    Lit since February 10, 2023 at 2:59:20 AM

    10 Feb 2023
    June was much loved by all that knew her. She was courageous, funny, unafraid and outspoken. She was a mixture of it all. She was strong willed along with her strong religious beliefs. She enjoyed her church group friends and helping others. We were the lucky ones that had her in our lives . I learned so much from June, I learned patience, I learned forgiveness, I learned heartfelt sadness as I lent my hand to help her through her hardship of her dementia...she would cry and feel hopeless for a moment in time but I saw her gather up her strength as I hugged her and she said she was so lucky to have her family and friends . Even toward the end she would have her moments of remembering ....and call me on the phone and talk ....thankful to God, wanting to pray for her sister and all her family. And we would pray then talk about funny moments in our lives and laugh .....my dear cousin June, all along I thought I was helping you....but sweet cousin YOU were helping me. You will be forever in my heart.....with your cousin Joanne

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