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June L. Arnold

Born: Sat., Jun. 3, 1922
Died: Sun., Dec. 2, 2012

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June L. Arnold, 90, of Springdale, PA, passed away at 4:19 pm, Sunday, December 2nd, peacefully, at West Haven Nursing Home in Apollo.

June was born in Kittanning, PA on June 3, 1922. She was the daughter of the late Lillian (Black) and Mervin Claypool. She was the widow of her first husband, Lewis G. Kountz and her second husband, John B. Arnold.

June had worked for many years as a picker for Moonlight Mushroom in Winfield Twp. She was a member of Springdale United Presbyterian Church.

She is survived by her son Gary Kountz, of South Buffalo Twp and her daughter Lisa Arnold, of Springdale. 4 brothers J. Samuel (Jane) Claypool, of South Buffalo Twp. Gene (JoAnn) Claypool, of Jackson Center, PA L. Jack (June) Claypool, of South Buffalo Twp. and Ben (Kathy) Claypool, of South Buffalo Twp..

June is preceded by her daughter, Fay Gavasto in 2005.

At the family's request there will be no visitation. Burial will be held in the Slate Lick Cemetery Kittanning, PA.

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Jeff and Connie

Our sympathies go out to the entire family. June will surely be missed by all who knew and loved her. She loved her family very much and was always quick to tell them.

Rose Clawson

My mother, Betty, was June's roommate for a very short time at West Haven. June touched our lives in that short time, she was such a sweet lady. We will miss you, June, but know you are in a very special place and will see you someday again. My heart goes out to your family.

Julie Clawson

My prayers go out to your entire family during this difficult time. I only knew June for a short time but she's surely someone I won't forget. I enjoyed spending time with her and my grandmother at the nursing home. Never a dull moment during those visits. You'll be missed June.

Michael and Judi Contes

We extend our deepest sympathies to your family. We knew June and Lisa from the YMCA and enjoyed all the times we spent together. May her memory be eternal.

Keli Cramer

Gary,

So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. My thought's and prayer's are with you.



Keli Cramer


Paul and Sally Hanzel

Gary&Lisa...We were saddened to read of your moms passing. We always enjoyed talking to her at the YMCA. We shared stories about our Boston dogs. May she rest in Peace.

Love and Prayers to you both at this difficult time. Paul and Sally




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