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Obituary of June L. Clement
June L. Clement, 94, formerly of Aston, PA, died on February 15, 2022, at Seasons Hospice in Wilmington, DE. Born in January 1928, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, she is predeceased by her parents, Nathan and Sarah (Harris) Lavan of Philadelphia, PA, her sister Mary, and her late husband of 50 years, Carl E. Clement of Aston, PA.
June exceled in school as a child, and she was proud to be a 1945 graduate of Philadelphia Girl’s High. She grew up in a loving home in North Philadelphia which also housed her parents’ grocery store. She loved her neighborhood, her school and her family, especially her parents and sister Mary, whom she took care of until their deaths.
June married the love of her life, Carl Clement, in 1957. Moving to Aston, PA in 1962, they were one of the first builders in Woodbrook and were founding members of St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church (of Aston, PA), in which they were active for many years.
June was a talented seamstress and was an excellent housekeeper. She enjoyed card games, especially bridge. She worked as an administrative assistant, a school crossing guard and until retirement, a school bus driver for the Penn Delco School District.
Fun-loving, June and Carl spent their retirement years traveling the country and enjoying their summers at the Jersey Shore. Their love for each other was immeasurable. They worked hard, lived simple lives, and made sure their loved ones never wanted for anything within their reach.
June is survived by two children: Gail (Jim) Witenske, of Pittsburgh, PA and Wayne (Jennifer) Clement, of Claymont, DE. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Tim Witenske, Tyler Clement and Zachary Clement.
Visitation: Tuesday, February 22nd from 10:00-10:45AM at the Minshall Shropshire-Bleyler Funeral Home, Middletown (Rte. #352) & Knowlton Rds., Middletown Twp., Media, PA 19063.
Funeral Service: Tuesday, February 22nd at 11:00AM at the funeral home.
Interment: Edgewood Memorial Park, Glen Mills, PA.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Fisher House Foundation which helps military families, https://www.fisherhouse.org