June Jung

 June Jung, 85,  passed away suddenly May 8, 2017 at her home in El Lago.

A visitation will be from 6:00pm – 8:00pm with a Rosary at 7:00pm Thursday, May 11, at the Crowder Funeral Home in Webster. A mass will be held at 10:00am, Friday, May 12 at the St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Nassau Bay.  Following a fellowship luncheon, June will be laid to rest at the Mt Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson.

Eulalia June Jung was preceded in death by her parents, William Thomas and Nora Lee (Wright) Love, two sisters, Peggy Bruce and Billye Hise and one brother, Tom Love. She will be missed by her husband, William Henry “Bill” Jung, Jr., three sons, William “Butch” Jung and his wife, Sharon and their children, Amanda and Will; Michael Jung and his children Natalie and Conor; Sam Jung; brother, Jeff Love; sister, Bonnie Peterson; other relatives and friends.


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As many of you are aware, June always talked about writing her book. She wanted to tell her life stories so she could share her life with everyone.  She had a road map of her life imprinted on her brain and would love to tell stories about her childhood to the day she passed. These would either be about playing or working or growing up on the farm, nursing school, and our family lives.  For those who have not heard these stories, they were full of detail of friends and relatives that have long since passed. She would always make sure you know their names who they were and how they were related to our family.  These would always begin with “I remember one-time on the farm” or do you remember “Pewee”, “Greer & Hazel”, “Ortie & Doddle”, “Winnie”, “Ethel” “Lefty”, “Sis”, and many more than we can possibly mention. She would tell you about their parents, cousins, sisters and brothers as she wanted you to remember them as she had known them. Many of her stories were happy, some sad, but all were about life as she lived it. 

June loved company and if none were at the house, she spent afternoons talking to as many friends as possible, the numbers on the phone dial were well worn.

 Those who were lucky enough to visit the house and have a meal can testify to the amount of joy June found through her cooking. Well what can we say, June learned to cook from her mom, sisters, aunts and friends. No matter what she served, June always added or changed something in the recipe that would make it her own, from crab meat dip, to mushrooms for the steaks. The best was saved for last; desserts, ranging from chocolate chess pies, milk cakes and cheese cakes.  The food was always great, but the most important part was the conversations during the meals. While one was never sure about where the conversation would go, the best part was to remember where we came from and those who influenced our lives.

 When remembering June as a wife, mother, grandmother or friend, we are sure that each of you can recall a “remember when” story.






















  1. To the Family. SO sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that June has the prospect of being resurrected (in the flesh) to Paradise Earth as God has promised. The vast majority will have everlasting life here on earth. God’s Kingdom will do this under the Rulership of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15 and Revelation 21:2-4

  2. I am shocked and so very saddened to learn of June’s passing. I find comfort that she is with our loved ones that have gone on before her.

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Jung family.

    Judy Gedies
  3. To Mike & the Jung family,
    Our sincerest sympathies in your loss.
    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Jackie & Harold Kapalski

    Jackie Kapalski
  4. Mike,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the Lord comfort you.

    Julian Jones

    Julian Jones
  5. Mike,
    Sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Blessing to you and your family.

    Jeb Blackwell

    Jeb Blackwell
  6. June was my dear friend for over 50 years. We contacted each other by phone after my family moved back to our beloved Mississippi. The last time I talked to her she wanted me to come see her. That was probably a week before her death. She was in her usual good spirits, we laughed a lot as usual and so enjoyed each other’s company even if by phone. She always wanted me to come see her even though we knew the distance separating us was too great for that to happen. Shortly after that conversation I called three times to tell her I was coming. Her voice was on the answering machine but she did not return the calls. So I was determined to see her even though I was deeply concerned as it was uncharacteristic for her not to return my call. Not until I went to see her did I learn of her death. I was devastated but releaved that she went quickly & did not suffer.
    Rest In Peace my dear friend in the arms of our Lord. You were so special to me in this life and now that you are gone I will hang on to the precious memory of our long and loving friendship.

    Beverly Wilson

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