June Lloyd Obituary, Death – June K. Lloyd, a 62-year-old Williamston resident, died on Saturday, May 20, 2023, at Elara Hospice with her family and friends at her side. Born June 14, 1941.
Her husband of 62 years, Howard B. Lloyd, sons Tony (Diane) and Sean (Jessica), grandchildren Chris, Nick, Jake, Andy, Liz, and Lexie survive her. Great-grandchildren Aubrey, Sophie, and Aiden.
Sister Carolyn (Roger) Manning, brothers Casey (Mary), Daryl (Kerri), and Rob (Peg), sister-in-law Jackie Graham, and many nieces and nephews.
June was predeceased by her parents Clarence and Nora (McMann), in-laws Howard and Wilma (Barnum) Lloyd, sister Eleanor and brother-in-law Don Williams, Sue (Assid) Griggs, grandson Stephen Lloyd, and brother-in-law Kenny Graham.
June worked retail her whole life. She retired as Spencer’s Gifts associate manager. June enjoyed roller coasters, fishing, and ziplining. She skydived at 71 and 74 to make sure she liked it.
Parasailing at 78. She almost cried when the biplane pilot told her he wouldn’t undertake stunts at 75. June was Camp and Department of Michigan President of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Auxiliary and a Life Member.
Austin Blair Camp No. 7 Auxiliary chaplain. She volunteered regularly at Eaton Rapids’ Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall and Museum.
She attended many Remembrance Day events in Gettysburg, PA, and Civil War battlefields across the country during her vacations. June participated at various Sultana Decedents Association reunions.
At the 2007 Jackson Civil War Muster, she and her husband renewed their vows. She liked Bill Haley and the Comets and the Beach Boys in her spare time. She liked reading and word searches.
The family thanks everyone who messaged, contacted, or visited June in the last two weeks. Elara Hospice personnel deserve praise too.
June requested cremation and a Celebration of Life on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 from 11-2 PM at Williamston United Methodist Church, 211 South Putman St., Williamston.
In June’s honor, the family requests donations to Michigan’s Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall and Museum at 224 South Main St., Eaton Rapids, MI 48824.