ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, June Graham, born on August 7, 1938, and passed away on May 20, 2021. We will remember her forever. A private service is scheduled. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Prince William SPCA pwspca.org/make-a-donation/ and or "A Cat's Friend Inc" at P.O. Box 907, Woodbridge, VA 22195 or contact acatsfriendinc@gmail.com.
Posted by Yolanda Clark on May 26, 2021
She was an amazing, generous lady. It was truly a pleasure working with her. She will be deeply missed.
May you blessed in the next life, Mrs. Graham, as I was in this one by knowing you.
Posted by Don Hatley on May 22, 2021
I am sorry for the loss of your loss. I enjoyed our conversations with and Will on the phone rest in peace.

Don Hatley
Posted by Deloris Golden on May 21, 2021
I will miss you my dear Childhood Friend, We will meet again and walk down the Road and Bursting Bubbles in the Tar like we did years ago,  Till we meet again Rest well with the Anglels
Posted by David Graham on May 21, 2021
My wife suffered a fatal heart attack 20 May 2021. She would have been 83 7 August.  I have lost the love of my life. We would have been married 42 years 14 September. Though I am understandably devastated by her departure, I am comforted in the knowledge she will be with the Lord and not suffer pain nor illness in her new abode. Jesus will comfort her now. She's in good hands and I look forward to seeing her and all our dear departed relatives when the time comes for me.
Posted by Linda Flanagan on May 20, 2021
Sis you will be sadly missed,I know we didn't spend much time together,by the time I was old enough to hang out with you,you were almost ready to leave home,we had those four brothers between us.The text and pictures we've been sending each other holds a special place in my heart.Death holds a heartache No one can heal,love leaves a memory no one can steal.
SIDE BY SIDE OR MILES APART SISTERS WILL ALWAYS BE CONNECTED BY HEART...

Posted by Paul Thuong on May 20, 2021
Rest in peace. You will be missed greatly. With love.
Posted by William Simmons on May 20, 2021
Rest in peace my beautiful mother, I will miss you. “Heavenly Father, at this moment, nothing seems to be able to help the loss I feel after my mother's passing. My heart is broken and my spirit mourns. All I know is that your grace is sufficient and there is comfort knowing she is with you in heaven…”

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Posted by Yolanda Clark on May 26, 2021
She was an amazing, generous lady. It was truly a pleasure working with her. She will be deeply missed.
May you blessed in the next life, Mrs. Graham, as I was in this one by knowing you.
Posted by Don Hatley on May 22, 2021
I am sorry for the loss of your loss. I enjoyed our conversations with and Will on the phone rest in peace.

Don Hatley
Posted by Deloris Golden on May 21, 2021
I will miss you my dear Childhood Friend, We will meet again and walk down the Road and Bursting Bubbles in the Tar like we did years ago,  Till we meet again Rest well with the Anglels
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Remembering June...

   Dortha June Graham, "June" was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She left this world suddenly, peacefully on May 20, 2021 at age 82, to join her relatives, friends and pet animal family members in Heaven. June has brothers Jimmy, Bobby, George and Bill and a sister, Linda. 

   June was born to Floyd and Della Wilson on August 7, 1938. After schooling she left her hometown to chase her dreams and see other places, venturing to Ohio, and Virginia and  visiting even New York City. In Virginia she met her husband, David. June and David celebrated their 41st Wedding Anniversary on September 14th. June raised three children: Debbie, Chuck and William.  

   As a child, June lived with her parents on their beautiful farm in rural West Virginia. She loved spending time in the kitchen whenever she could, creating delicious meals for her family. Her family knew very well her hearty home cooking, like her pickled eggs, macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs and carrot cake. She had some exotic dishes as well, like her tender pea salad based on a Russian recipe. She would gather around the kitchen table starting with prayer to give thanks, and then her wonderful meals cooked with love.

   June loved music, particularly gospel music, and participated in singing in choirs, where she would sing soprano. Some of her favorite songs to sing were "It Is Well With My Soul", "Amazing Grace" and "Green Green Grass of Home".  One of her most loved musical artists was Charley Pride, and his songs "Crystal Chandelier" and "Kiss an Angel Good Morning", were favorites of hers. She also watched TV - Joyce Meyer and the Mandelorian were favorites. 

  June loved her pets with all her heart. Her most current rescue cat, "Cleo" enjoyed many days with her mother, playing, listening to music, watching QVC and the Food Network together and taking naps. 

   A private service is scheduled. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Prince William SPCA at https://pwspca.org/make-a-donation/ and or "A Cat's Friend Inc" at P.O. Box 907
Woodbridge, VA 22195, acatsfriendinc@gmail.com

Helping others…

June helped those needing help, even in passing. She voluntarily participated with the Washington Reginal Transplant Community. We are proud of her helping those in need. See https://www.beadonor.org/
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Shared by Debra Campbell on May 20, 2021
My heart is between broke and numb. The strength I have is truly from God. Mom has taught me to always look to Him and with her passing she is making sure I do. I will always have her with me... I’ve heard her voice a million times even when she wasn’t near me. Her strength was beyond measure   A woman who would stand against all odds and make life go on. Her bravery taught me to do the right thing even when I was scared or have done wrong. And that I was as good as the next person. My brothers and I she sacrificed herself for over and over.She didn’t mix words and was to the point. I feel blessed to have known her... and have had her as my Mother. And as strong as she was... she had the softest most tender heart. May I rise to match her quality... Mom I will see you later ( as your father would only say)  Your spirit is at rest in heaven with God our Father. I love you ♥️