June Bardel Menegus
June 30, 1931 - May 15, 2022
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June Bardel Menegus, 90, of Spring Hill, Florida, passed away on Sunday, May 15. She was born to George Stich and Helen (nee Gagnon), on 06/30/1931 and raised in Paterson, New Jersey. She graduated from Eastside High School in Paterson, NJ  in 1947. She went on to study Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University and graduated …
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Sharon Marsh left a message on May 23, 2022:
My father and I first met June at Lake Tahoe in the late 1980’s and was captured by her strong New Jersey accent. Within minutes her accent was overshadowed by her ability to make the people around her feel comfortable. June and her accent are no longer with us, yet her grace and mercy will remain in our hearts forever.”
Jacqueline Childress left a message on May 21, 2022:
You will be alongside me in spirit for my remaining days on this earth. May you rest in peace as you enter the Kingdom of God and know that I will never forget the memories we made together from when I was a little girl right up to the very last couple of years of your life here on earth. The woman I am today is because of you. I have always loved you as you guided me through my life. Your beloved sister, Jackie. Here are some of the special memories that we shared together when I was little: Watching her as a majorette at the football games and parades in Paterson. I was so proud of her. Swimming from our dock up in Lake Hopatcong to the Jefferson House. I was in the boat that was alongside her. Sitting on the dock up at Lake Hopatcong in the summertime with Peggy and all her friends. She was so happy. Throwing me in the water off the dock because I had my bathing suit on backwards and was taking it off in front of everybody to put it on right.....(just a kid). Your mom taking me to East Side Park in Paterson to feed the deer on Sundays. Climbing into her bed at night when I was scared as I always knew she would protect me especially when we would have the air raids during WW2.. Being my Girl Scout Leader when I was at St. Joseph's School in Paterson. Took me to the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in NY when I was a kid. Our mom made her watch me while playing with her friends and she tied me to a tree in the back so that I would not run out to a busy street in downtown Paterson. Always wanting to grow up just like her as she was so beautiful and I loved her so much and telling everyone that is my sister. Always so proud of her. She was my protector in oh so many ways as we grew up. Crying all night when she got married as I felt she had left me all alone and thought I would never see her again. Never to know that was just the beginning of oh so many happy memories to come. Happiest times were the summers she spent in Lake Hopatcong.
Pam Morgan left a message on May 18, 2022:
May you be welcomed into heaven with glorious songs and all the angels wrapping their wings around you.
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