June M. Lavattiata

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June M. Lavattiata of Fremont passed away on Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at the age of 88. June was born in Colorado and moved to California as a toddler. She is preceded in death by Richard, her husband of 59 years. Devoted mom to Larry, Lynne (Tom), Kathy (Chuck), Karla, Paula and grandchildren Lory and Kourtney. She leaves behind siblings Tom and Janet. She owned her own cleaners at Parkway Towers and then June enjoyed a long career at Haller’s Pharmacy. June loved her cats Copper and Boots. She was a proud member of the Red Hat Ladies and Washington Hospital Volunteer League.

A private family viewing will be held at Berge Pappas Smith Chapel of the Angels. 

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  1. CandleDear Lavattiata Family,
    My heartfelt condolences on the recent passing of June. How I loved getting to know my “Junie Moon” while volunteering at Washington Hospital. She was always good for a hug and a laugh about something! We had meaningful times of sharing too as we talked about our common faith in Christ. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.” Psalm 116:15. She is Home and all is well.

    • Thank you for the kind thoughts and memories of our mom. She really enjoyed her time volunteering at Washington Hospital.

      Yes, she is home with my dad now. Thank you again.

  2. CandleMom you will be missed, but I’ll hold close the many great memories including all the family get togethers as an adolescent and adult that you made special. Hope you are with dad again. Love you.

  3. CandleAuntie June was a fun loving kind woman and very family centered. Her laugh, her wit and kindness to us will always be remembered. She and Uncle Rich were devoted to their family and raised 5 great kids. I’m sorry not have been able to attend the services but know that they will continue to be remembered with fondness. Thankyou Auntie June for leaving a legacy of love to all of your family!

  4. June was the best Aunt. She was always laughing and making everyone feel at home. She will truly be missed.

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