Condolences for June L. DeFrates

Bobbie Maggio posted on 1/16/19

I met June when she and Bert were my next door neighbors at Lincoln Tower. We shared so many wonderful times together. It almost seemed like she was my "Second Mom". Both were kind, caring, selfless women and they both even shared the same name! I'll miss all the fun gatherings, the trips to Quincy, the quiet talks we had. She was a great listener. Today my heart is sad and the tears are flowing but I feel blessed that our paths crossed so many years ago.



Serge & Olivia posted on 1/15/19

A very sweet grandma. The few times we visited her, she was always happy. We loved her sense of humor and her courage. We will certainly miss her next time we come to visit that side of the pond. See you at The House, Grandma.



Teresa Smith posted on 1/15/19

Grandma "De" was always very welcoming, kind and loving. She accepted me as a member of the family immediately, we always loved to visit her and Grandpa "De". They always knew how to have a little fun, and we always loved our visits with them. We will miss you Grandma De.



Sally (Wilkerson) Kimmel posted on 1/15/19

The years of friendship between our parents is unforgettable. The card games, the dinners, the square dancing, but mostly their friendship taught us all how to Cherish our friends.


Susan Verardi posted on 1/15/19

Phill & Janet Thank you for sharing Grandma D with me for so many years. She was a gem. Love and hugs to all of you.