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Official Obituary of

June E Austin

February 12, 2024
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June Austin Obituary

June E. Austin of Halifax, MA (formally of Hingham and Quincy) passed away peacefully on February 12, 2024, at the age of 95. Wife of the late William T. Austin.  She was the daughter of the late Gustav and Doris Sanford of Quincy. June was born in Rhode Island and was raised in Quincy where she met her childhood sweetheart and married. Later they moved to Hingham to raise their three daughters.

June went to Fisher College and after graduating she worked at the college as a secretary. She loved to square dance with her friends at the Kramer's Barn in Weymouth. She also enjoyed ice skating and golf. June enjoyed vacationing with her family and friends. Her favorite thing to do was spend time with her grandchildren. She was so proud of them. In the 70's she volunteered at the South Shore Hospital. She loved to help people and would always be there to lend a hand. She was a loving and giving person. She had many friends whom she cherished. June will be greatly missed by all who loved her and had the pleasure of knowing her.

June is survived by her three daughters. Lynda Nardone and her husband Paul of Carver, Susan Burm and her husband Joe of Norwell and Lisa Grant and her husband John of Hanover.  She was also the loving grandmother of six grandchildren, Christopher, Nicole, Kristyn, Joe, John and Jeff. She also had three great grandchildren Noah, Sawyer and Alby. She is also survived by two cousins she loved dearly John and Midge.

A private service will be held at a later date.

Arrangements made by the Leighton Mackinnon Funeral Home 4 West Washington St., Hanson MA

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