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June Eleanor Rynes

Published On: Jan 27 2013 12:06:32 PM CST
June Eleanor Rynes

June Eleanor Rynes, 83, died Saturday, January 25, 2013. She was born in Glidden, WI to Anton and Eleanor (Hannes) Ernest on June 17, 1928.

June was a waitress in Madison when she met and married Raymond Rynes on November 3, 1952. June worked as a nursing assistant in Stoughton for 14 years and then as a waitress for over 16 years.

She is survived by daughters, Geraldine Kluever, and Nancy Harris (Bruce Jacobson); sons, David Rynes (Meredith Martin) and James Rynes (Megan); grandchildren, Richard Swenson, Raymond Harris (Yvette), Rachel Hahn, Mara Rynes, Mackenzie Rynes, Merette Rynes, and Makayla Mendenhall. She is further survived by cousins Loraine M. Semanko and Cyril J. Ernest.

She was preceded in death by her husband Raymond, 2 brothers Lawrence and Bernard, 2 sisters Bernice and Barbara, and a brother who died in infancy.

A special thank you to Donna and Bob Seekings for their wonderful care and support over the last year.

Services are pending and will be announced soon.

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