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June Carol Treber

June 3, 1940 - July 22, 2018

 

Eileen Vickers

Newcastle, WY

What a very special lady that I can not think about without smiling. Thinking of all of you, family, with heartfelt condolences, love and prayers.

Chris Harford Finney

Baton Rouge, LA

Mrs. Treber was one of my very favorite teachers when I was in school. I remember her encouraging me when I was struggling with math and making me feel like I could do anything I put my mind to. My thoughts and prayers to her family, she will be sorely missed by the many lives she touched.

Heidi Sanders

shelbyville

I am so sorry. Mrs. Treber was one of my all time favorite teachers. She was so caring and loving. She will be missed by many. My prayers to your family.

Jo Brotsky

Lead, South Dakota

I am so very sorry to hear of June’s passing. She was a wonderful lady that will be greatly missed. We had just very recently been reconnected and I am so sad I had not picked up the phone sooner. Big hugs to the family.

Norman Carlevato

Lakewood

One of my special classmates who helped me find classmates that we had lost touch with - definitely miss her.

ralph yant

butte mt

a very sad day...

Karen Harvey

Wasilla, Alaska

So sorry to hear of June's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out for her loved ones....her children and grandchildren. As one of her classmates and friends from kindergarten on through high school, I hold many many good memories in my heart. I talked in length to her just before our reunion as we reminisced and relayed tidbits of growing up together. May God give her family peace and assurance that she is dancing with Dave and those who went before her in Heaven, looking down on us all.

Wanda (Tompkins) Wood

Phoenix, AZ

So terribly sorry to hear about your mom. She and I used to play together when she would go to Newell to stay with her Grandma Kump (Kumpula). We owed the farm just down the road and have lots of fun memories with the Korpi kids. What a lovely lady she was!

Larry Woodle

Deadwood

So sorry to hear about June. June was a heck of a teacher, heck of a person. Both of my daughters talked to me today, they both had June for a teacher and we all thought the world of her. Condolences to her family and friends.

Jolene Johnson-Geer

Sedalia, Missouri

I had the privilege in talking to Mrs. Treber in April of this year. Caught up on a lot of topics like school. Sending my condolences to Terri and the rest of the family. I am sadened by the news. R.I.P. Mrs. Treber. You will be loved and missed by all who knew you.

Mary Jean Booher Diamond

Grand Junction, Co.

I will miss our chats on e-mail ! Thanks for being the special person you were ! Go rest high on that Mt. June your work on earth is thru !Bl

Trevor Atkinson

Wakefield

My special lady, I held her in my arm's only 27 days ago, I take back to England the warmth and the memories.

Sharon Dye

Rapid City SD

My sincere condolences to all of June's family. I worked with her at Deadwood Elementary. She was a joy to know. I respected her a great deal.

Dana Palmateer

Rochford, SD

June was a wonderful friend to me. I'm so glad that our paths crossed six years ago. My stomach "hurt" sometimes because she made me laugh so hard. I always enjoyed our chats. June was so wonderful to me after my cancer diagnosis and her humor and encouragement got me through my treatments and surgeries. We both shared a fondness for the artist Jon Crane, and I joked with her that I was going to someday distract her and "steal" her Jon Crane prints. What a wonderful woman June was and I'm much better for having her in my life. I will miss you my friend. You were the best.

Peg Juffer (Pieper)

Sioux Falls

I remember June as one of the best teachers I ever had the chance to work with. She was also a favorite teacher of my son, Gabe. She taught me a lot in my first year as a principal in Deadwood and I'll never forget all of the laughs we had together. What a great person Mrs. Treber was.

Karen Miller/ Russ Gillenwater

Byron, MN

June - We are very thankful that we had the chance to meet you before you passed! Our condolences to the entire family on your passing.

William Atkinson

Willington, Co. Durham, England.

JUNE, FROM THE FIRST DAY THAT YOU MADE CONTACT WITH ME ABOUT DAVID'S FAMILY ON ANCESTRY WE THANK YOU FOR BRINGING SO MUCH LOVE BETWEEN OUR FAMILIES. YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GAVE US 2 WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS TAKING US TO PLACES THAT WE NEVER DREAMED WE WOULD SEE HAVING MANY A LAUGH ALONG THE WAY. YOU WERE A VERY SPECIAL AND REMARKABLE LADY JUNE AND IT WAS AN ABSOLUTE PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU. YOU ARE NOW WITH YOUR BELOVED DAVID WHERE YOU CAN BOTH LOOK DOWN ON THE WONDERFUL FAMILY THAT YOU HAVE. YOU HAVE GONE JUNE BUT YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN AND THE LOVE BETWEEN OUR FAMILIES WILL STAY STRONG. LOVE ALWAYS AND FOREVER, COUSINS BILL, MARIE & KELLY. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Snooky Raetz

Gilbert, AZ

There is such sadness that comes losing a long time friend. We shared many memories along the way and had many laughs. You will now be with your special angel. Hugs and prayers to Terri Lynn and Donna Rae and your families. She left you a legacy of history and family memories you will cherish forever.

Lars Poling

Riverside, CA

To this day when I think of Mrs. Treber, I think of lying in bed going over and over the multiplication tables we were going to be tested on the next day. The truly special teachers are the ones who have left their mark somehow in your life. Mrs. Treber falls into that category. My thoughts and prayers with Donna and all the family.

Vicki Strickland

Lead, SD

What a wonderful woman your Mom was. I will miss her so much. From scouts, to school, to now, she was such a great teacher, advisor, cheerleader and mostly... a friend. I thought of her as family. My heart is with you Terri and Donna.

Michael

SLC Utah

Our condolences to your families she was a family friend for many years. June will be missed by many she will be in our hearts forever

Becky Brooks -Lewis

Spearfish, SD

To the family of June Treber: I am so sorry for your loss. She indeed was a wonderful lady. May the memories you have of her help all of u through this difficult time. With deepest sympathy.

Heather Collins

Walpole NH

I'm so sorry about your Mom. She was a wonderful woman. I will miss her greatly❤️

Catherine Sorensen

Bozeman, MT

Dear Family of June, I student taught with her in the fall of 1990. She was wonderful, and how we would laugh. From what I packed for lunch, to what happened during the day, to my organizational skills. After I started teaching, I never left my desk ‘a mess’ or carried home papers looking like ‘something for the garbage’ or hung up a bulletin board that wasn’t ‘neat’ looking😀 I loved working and learning from her. We remained friends through the years, either through visits or phone calls. It never mattered how long it was between visits, our friendship picked up right where it left off. Her love for teaching, her girls and grand children, and especially her love for David showed through everything. She was a beatiful human who impacted lives. She was my friend, and I will miss her.

Dianne Clocksin

Rapid City SD

What a joy to have known June, a very special lady. Your work is done on earth, you have a higher calling June. Will miss you. DC

Lesa Budmayr

Belle Fourche, SD

My thoughts & prayers to June's family & friends. She was the sweetest lady. She always smiled. She was loved by many & will be missed by all of us lucky enough to know her. Rest in peace. Hugs to all. Love ya Lesa

Adam Spindler

Spearfish, SD

Thoughts and prayers to her family. June was a great teacher and a wonderful person, see will be missed.

Edith Steger

Lead

Prayers for the family. June was a wonderful teacher and a special friend. She will be missed.

Mark Hill

Roubaix, SD

Terri and Donna & Families, My condolences to you all. Your mom was a lovely person and I'm glad I had the chance to meet her.

Leone McLellan Geppert

Spearfish, SD

June literally walked into my life through the front door of my townhouse seven years ago. At that time, she did not have immediate family living real close, so she quickly became part of my family for Holidays, Birthdays, the Annual Wrap 'n Wine, sticky buns on the deck, weddings, funerals, graduations, Winter Storm Atlas to name a few daily & special occasions. She was the best neighbor in the world; she was more than a friend - she was like a Sister who was always there to close my garage door, watch over my property, bring me food when I was sick, and take pictures of my grandchildren in the back yard. Lookout Valley Ct is beautiful thanks to her caring vigilance and active involvement; it will never be the same again. I miss her so much already. Rest in Peace, June - I'm certain heaven has a back porch; I'll meet you & David there in about 20 years so we can have coffee and a nice long visit.

Trish O'Brien

York, PA

My dear sweet Aunt June, you will forever be in my heart. Just knowing that you are with Uncle David makes me smile! I will always remember our visits, monthly phone calls and our love of snickers candy bars😜😜 Rest in peace..lotza love Trish

Judy Frazier & Andre Silva

Renton WA

A guardian angel for her family.....a bright star in the sky for her many friends. Her wisdom, knowledge & humor will be missed by those left behind. She has reunited with family & friends. Fly June Fly! It has been our privilege to have known you and to call you friend.

Jeneen Mack

Lead, SD

I have fond memories of Mrs. Treber. She was truly one of my favorite teachers. I will always be thankful for having such a wonderful teacher. When I’d run into her around town, it was always nice visiting with her. May the many memories of this special lady help the family through this difficult time.

Roberta Choma

Spokane, WA

Dear Terri Lynn, Donna Rae and families, Your Grandma Edith and my Grandma Amanda Nelson were sisters. As children, we often visited with your family when we were in the Black Hills. I have stayed in touch with June via e-mails and Facebook until lately, and appreciate the connection to your families. She cared so much about her family and faith. I will miss her messages! Sending our sympathy to you all.

Toni Lyke

Spearfish, SD

I am painfully saddened by the passing of my dear friend and neighbor. June’s kindness, generosity, optimism, faith, playfulness and patriotism will always be an inspiration for me to replicate. The hours we spent together sitting on her deck drinking ice water, watching the seasons come and go, talking about how things “used to be when we were young”, and attempting to solve the problems of the world, will be sorely missed. I will continue to watch the night skies for the constellations that she taught me how to find. I will think of her each time I say “good morning” to Orion…or eat Brach’s malted milk balls. Fond memories.

Jaylene Torres Capps

Rapid City SD

I’m so grateful for your wonderful kindness and being such a great teacher to me in 4th grade. You have always and will be a constant reminder that you can do anything. It was a blessing to have you in my life. My prayers are with you all.

Mike O'Brien

ANNAPOLIS, MD

My Aunt June was a wonderful influence in the lives of my sisters and me. I recall, when I was a child, that she would blow kisses to me over the phone! I would laugh and giggle thinking that she was so fun! Over the years, I enjoyed calling her and just hearing her voice made me smile. I'll miss those calls but will forever carry awesome memories of my favorite Aunt.

Angela Wahlfeldt

Belle Fourche

I Was deeply saddened by Mrs. Treber passing. I spoke with her a few weeks ago after loosing my mother. We had a very nice talk and I was very great full she tried finding me to give me her condolences. I was a past student of Mrs. Treber. She was my favorite teacher and she had a huge impact on my education. She was very caring and a wonderful person. To the family I am very sorry for your loss, my thoughts and condolences to you.

Matt Klein

Lead, SD

June was an amazing teacher and was an equally amazing person. Her students loved her, I'm thankful to have known her.

Douglas Wickey

Richardson, Texas

My only first cousin that I had any kind of rapport or relationship with is now gone. June was a flower girl at my parents' wedding in 1949 along with her sister, Donna. I will really miss her phone calls and our chats, and the little mailings I would get on special days, that is all gone now. She was a window on our family circus all through the 60s and until her death, she was very special to me. RIP June, you were loved by many, including me.