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June Wenger


June Wenger, age 95 of Lowell, passed away Friday, August 7, 2020. She is survived by her children, Matt Musial, Mark Musial, John (Jill) Wenger, Betsi Wenger, Janet (Larry Johansen) Wenger; 12 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Gail Roderick, Ann Newell, and Lisa Lamancusa. June was a dog trainer and 4-H leader for many years. She was an active member of the West Michigan Sheltie Club. June had a love for all animals and loved the outdoors and gardening.

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  1. Very sorry for your loss. I knew June from dogs. I remember her as kind, funny, friendly and a beautiful smile.

  2. May God hold you closer through this time of pain. June and I always shared a birthday celebration at the June Sheltie Club meetings.

  3. Sounds like a wonderful woman. She left a large and loving family. My condolences to all of them.

  4. Sounds like an absolutely amazing woman! We are so sorry for your loss.

  5. I met June when I moved to 28th St. 30 years ago. I used to walk the two miles down and back With my deerhounds and started stopping by June’s house when I met her a recognized that she was also a dog person.

    We had great conversations and I always enjoyed seeing her. She was an independent, interesting, delightful person.

  6. Fond fond memories of dog club fun at your farm: learning to herd your ducks, playing ball with Justin, your cattle dog, hiking your trails, enjoying cookouts, your hospitality in the sun room…and your upbeat, salty personality! You are loved and missed

  7. How inadequate are any words I could come up with to express my feelings of sadness over June’s passing. She held such a special place in all our hearts and will be missed very much.

  8. My deepest condolences to June’s family. I first met June about 33 yrs ago when I acquired my first Sheltie. She helped me train her. I have many fond memories of Sheltie picnics with the Sheltie club, dog walks, and the wonderful farm she had for years.

    Also, June was a multi-talented and independent woman ahead of her time. She loved to travel independently in her motorhome with her dogs and visit family and friends along the way.

    She will always have a special place in my heart and will
    be sorely missed. Rest in peace, dear June.

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