2012-04-19 / Obituaries

Mary June Barber

Mary June Barber, a founding member of Sierra Baptist Church in Ahwahnee, died on March 25.

She is survived by three children, Richard, Ronald, and Rebecca, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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We LOVE June. She and Connie

We LOVE June. She and Connie were the MOST LOVING HELPFUL CHRISTIANS we have ever had the blessing to get to know in this life. Every day June would walk to the mailbox WHISTLING the happiest tune. She was an encourager and so nurturing. When you met June she made you feel like family. She loved to whittle wood and could paint anything and make it a beautiful art piece. We loved to go to her house and watch her play the piano while her precious dog "FERBIE" would sing along:) She was also very proud of all her kids and grandkids. She loved to keep us updated on how wonderful they were doing. I had to move to another state but thought of June OFTEN especially when I would see a humming bird and could remember how excited she was about the Anna's Humming Bird, because it actually sang a happy tune (just like June.) I would then have to chuckle or smile. She is now with not only the man she adored, but her Father in Heaven. I know the Lord was especially happy when she came home ...... she was a special gift to this world. Thank You to her family for sharing your mother/grandmother allowing us to be in the presence of an earthly angel. I didn't realize June had passed and was actually looking for her phone number to tell her hello and maybe email back and forth. I am sad I didn't get to hear her sweet voice one more time. That short time we got to be with her and Connie (they leased us a beautiful home on Rainbow Rd.) was the worst situation in my life .....but they made it the best time in my life!!!! Thank You Thank You Thank You Thank You ...... June will be missed.....but FONDLY remembered.

So sorry to hear that she has

So sorry to hear that she has passed. I did not know her too much, but the one time that I did meet her it was very godly. She talked about how she and her husband have served the lord. Rest in Peace June From The Underwoods

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