June Alice Swaney

02/26/1934 - 06/24/2024


Obituary For June Alice Swaney

Lima, Ohio
June Alice Swaney, 90, passed away peacefully with her son and daughter by her side on June 24, 2024.
She was born to Arthur Eugene and Bonnie Violet Riggle on February 26, 1934. She was very close to her older brother Paul Riggle and this bond continued throughout their lives.
June married Norman Eugene Swaney in 1953 and they raised their three children in Harrod, Ohio, before moving to Indian Lake and then to Sun City Center, Florida. They were married for sixty-two years until Norman passed away in 2015.
June worked at Markey Bronze and Lima Armature Works. She enjoyed reading, word games, old time radio programs, and many genres of music. She especially loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and was very proud of all of them.
Since 2015, June lived at the Wyngate Senior Living Community and made many friends there. The family thanks Wyngate for everything they did to make June's life more enjoyable.
June is survived by her daughter Jan (Rod) Sanford and her son Norm (Nancy) Swaney. A beloved daughter, Bonnie Marie Swaney, passed away in 2021. Grandchildren include Laura (Mike) Vorwerk, Blaine Sanford, Amber (Sean) Anderson, and Drew Swaney. Great grandchildren are Carlee, Keegan and Cale Anderson; Jacob, Amelia, and Josephine Vorwerk; and Mason and Morgan Swaney. Surviving relatives include Larry and Pat Swaney, Mary Augsburger, Kathleen Swaney and many nieces and nephews.
There will be a private family gathering at a later date.
Memorial Contributions may be sent to donor's favorite charity.
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  • 06/30/2024

    Jan, Norm & families, We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • 06/29/2024

    Norm, Nancy and family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you through these trying times.

  • 06/29/2024

    I've only known June since my husband and I moved to Wyngate Senior Living Community in 2020, but it seems like we knew each other for years. After she moved into the Nursing Center, we either talked on the phone or tested , several times a week. She was a wonderful lady and I'm going to miss her alot. My sympathy to her family. Blessings , Marcella Jamison.

  • 06/28/2024

    Best Aunt we could ever ask for. We are so sorry for the family's loss.

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