In memory of
June Louise (Brasch) Williams
In memory of
June Louise (Brasch) Williams
June Louise (Brasch) Williams passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2020, with family by her side at Long Beach Memorial Hospital after a courageous battle against Pancreatic cancer. June leaves behind her loving husband of 61 years, Lindsey, daughters Debra (Brian) Wicks, Angela (Rob) Simonelli and Martine Vail and grandchildren, Chelsea (Matt), Carter (Jennifer), Nicholas, Danielle (Trevor), Adrianna and Mitchell and Beau, her first great-grandchild. June was born in Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia in 1937 and moved to California in 1981 after relocations to Canada and England. June travelled the world, lived life to the fullest, was always the life of the party and will be missed by her many friends made and cherished on the golf course, playing canasta, at book club, at stitch and bitch and way too many groups and clubs to name. If desired, a donation to the Australian Red Cross or the Australian Salvation Army in support of the forest fires would be greatly appreciated.
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In memory of
June Louise (Brasch) Williams
June Louise (Brasch) Williams passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2020, with family by her side at Long Beach Memorial Hospital after a courageous battle against Pancreatic cancer. June leaves behind her loving husband of 61 years, Lindsey, daughters Debra (Brian) Wicks, Angela (Rob) Simonelli and Martine Vail and grandchildren, Chelsea (Matt), Carter (Jennifer), Nicholas, Danielle (Trevor), Adrianna and Mitchell and Beau, her first great-grandchild. June was born in Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia in 1937 and moved to California in 1981 after relocations to Canada and England. June travelled the world, lived life to the fullest, was always the life of the party and will be missed by her many friends made and cherished on the golf course, playing canasta, at book club, at stitch and bitch and way too many groups and clubs to name. If desired, a donation to the Australian Red Cross or the Australian Salvation Army in support of the forest fires would be greatly appreciated.
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