Hilton, June

Hilton, June

February 22nd, 2016

With heavy hearts we announce the gentle passing of June at The Village of Glendale Crossing on Monday, February 22nd, 2016. June and her surviving twin sister Jean La Voie Welshman were born on June 29, 1923 to James and Stella Arnold. Predeceased by her husband Gordon Hilton (1998), daughter Judy Taggart, brother Clifford Arnold, sisters Marjorie Harvey and Frieda Smith. Survived by her first husband Larry Holdaway, daughter Janet Holdaway, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, of Ottawa. Loving aunt and great-aunt of many nieces and nephews in Ontario and British Columbia, who will cherish her always. She was much loved by her friends in the deaf community, especially her best friend and schoolmate, Dorothy Parr. June will always be remembered for her big smile, loving nature and her always ready sense of humour. Thanks to all the wonderful staff of Glendale Crossing, who so lovingly cared for our Aunt June. The funeral service will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Friday, February 26th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. with visitation one hour prior. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of June are asked to consider the Canadian Hearing Society. 

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Marc & MarilynSincere condolences to Doug & Marianne Lavoie - I know Aunt June was like a second mom to you.
Bernice Jardine.Jean Kom and family, Hard to describe the wonderful Aunt June,isn't it? So full of fun and mischief and love. Despite the hardships she had to endure,she was always so classy and gracious. She loved to be with people,she loved to laugh,she loved a good meal. She loved life. And we loved her. She will never be forgotten. Her indomitable spirit will always live on. My heart goes out to all of you,but especially Jean,her twin who shared her heart,Kim,my friend,and Natasha. You will miss her so much. My heart breaks for you. Thinking of you all. Bease
Patti Taggart Sad to hear of our Grandmother June's passing. Sending our condolences from Ottawa Ontario. Hoping all are well during this difficult time.
Joan LynchDear Kim, My deepest sympathy to you and your family at this very sad time. Sincerely , Joan Lynch
Roger and Linda WoolfeWe are so sorry to hear of June's passing. We know that she brought joy and was an inspiration to so many people. Our thoughts are especially with Doug and Marianne.
Charlotte McArthur Aunt June was a lovely, funny and strong woman. I am certain she is busy catching up with Gord, Judy, Clifford, Frieda and Marjorie. I am proud to have been related to her will miss her. Rest well Dear Aunt June.
Janice MotiejunasI am sorry to read about Aunt June's passing. She had a great life and was so loved and well taken care of. Special thoughts go to Kim, Dave and Natasha at this sad time. Know that you were a terrific niece and couldn't have done any more for your Aunt June. Also thinking of Jean and how much she will miss her sister. Take peace in all the great times and laughs that took place through the years. Sincerely---Janice
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