June Margaret Luther

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June Margaret

Luther, June M. (nee Uebelacker)

Walked peacefully home with the Lord on January 14, 2014 at the age of 91 after an 11 year battle with Alzheimers. Meeting at Heaven’s door: husband Paul, daughter Sr. Melita, grandsons Kevin Lemmer and Justin Luther, great grandson Benjamin Luther, parents Alma and Frank Uebelacker, sister Ruth (Floyd) Barth, and brother Frank (Grace). Left to cherish her memory are her children: Kristine (Bill) Engaas, Sandie (Bob) Lemmer, Paul (Cindy) Luther, Shelley (the late Rudy) Rosas, Donna (Alfred) Pauls, and Gregg Luther. Along with grandchildren: Shawn (Rich) Verdoni, Ken (Dana) Hanrahan, Heather (Eric) Ballesteros, Jeremy Luther, Jason (Taryn) Luther, Candace Luther, Brooke (Theresa) Rosas, Brandon Rosas, Cory Pauls, as well as great grandchildren: Erin, Jonah, Charlotte, Chloe, Ruby, Kaydence, Ava, Devin, Nolan, Ian, Colten, Elias and Daniel.

The visitation will be held Thursday January 16th 4:00pm- 6:00pm at St. Gregory the Great on 60th and Oklahoma. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 6:00pm. Private entombment at Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in June’s name to Zilber Family Hospice, the Alzheimer’s Association or St. Gregory the Great are greatly appreciated. The family would like to thank the staffs of 4 East Waukesha Memorial Hospital and Zilber Family Hospice for their wonderful care during June’s final days.

Heritage Funeral Homes

Past Comments

Alzheimer's Association of SE WI

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer’s Association – thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in June’s name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are wiith you.
tom Hlavacek, Executive Director

Bob Lemmer

To the best mother-in-law anyone could of ever asked for. I was always greeted with a smile and a warm welcome no matter what the event. She was always supportive and positive during our many discussions. I will miss her more than I can ever explain but the one thing that will remind me of her is every time I have a vodka martini (our mutual favortie cocktail of choice) it will bring happy thoughts about the person I cherished and loved more than words can ever explain. You are now in a much better place and I am sure you already know that.

Your son-in-law – Bob

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