Date: Friday 31st July 2020
A private family funeral service will be held at Immanuel Church Oswaldtwistle followed by committal at Accrington Crematorium. The committal will be live steamed for all those who cannot attend. To watch the service, please follow the details below: Website: www.obitus.com Username Hesu3421 Password 411353
June Isabel Scammell (nee Cawthorn)
Peacefully on the 19th July 2020 at Vine House Care Home, June aged 94 years.
Loving wife of the late Tommy, dearly loved mother of Jill, Elaine, Gayle, Keith, Paul, Karen, Tina, Julie, Tracy, Darren and Gary cherished grandma to Amanda, Lauraine, Donna, Kim, Tanya, Charlene, Ebony, Eden, Analise, Helen, Stephen, Mark, Arron, Henderson, Marcus, Justin, Jason, Little Jan, Kurt and Liam also a devoted great grandma and friend to many.
June was born in West Croyden, Surrey and lived there until the age of 13, when the war started in 1939 June was evacuated to Blackpool where she stayed at her Granny’s boarding House, June loved dancing and and found her passion for it from the age of 4 when her parents sent her to Dance school, at 14 June was in the Tower Ballet. Whilst at school June was a hair model for RHO Hills department Store in the School holidays. Upon leaving education June became an apprentice hairdresser in Queen Street Blackpool where she would often work into the evening. Her time spent dancing at the Winter Gardens always held fond memories for June.
June also trained as a shorthand typist but her heart was always in her performing, she joined a group called the RAF Tapperes where she would perform cabaret and shows for the troops. June met and married her true love Tommy who was in the RAF based in Blackpool it was then family life began for her with 11 children and 20 grandchildren her time was spent surrounded by her loving family, she devoted her time to them as they did her.
June will be sadly missed but lovingly remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving her.
Flowers are welcome in memory of June.
Please feel free to leave a message for June’s online memorial book by completing the form below.
MESSAGES for the family of June Isabel Scammell (nee Cawthorn)
Mrs Christine Stables
|June you will always be in our Hearts. Love always your Sister Pam and Niece Christine and Family and your Nephews Guy and Philip xxxx June Isabel Scammell (nee Cawthorn):|
|God bless Mum, she is now in heaven and at peace. Lots of from Paul, Kath Donna,Kim Phil, Millie and Ava and Josh. ❤️❤️❤️|
Ginette and Stef Koman
|Deepest condolences to all June’s family June was a lovely lady and she will be missed by all who knew and loved her rip June x|
|Nanny, I will always remember that you were someone to aspire to. You always looked beautiful and had time for all of us and accepted who we were and supported us when we needed it and loved us, even if we got it wrong. I have such fantastic memories and I have to say that when I remember some times we had, I have a little chuckle to myself. I love you so much and I’m going to miss you.xxxx|
DZIENI BILLY MCKENNA AND FAMILY
June you will be always remembered for your dancing and smiling face.you were always happy listening to your favourite guy ELVIS.R.I.P JUNE.LOTS OF LOVE Dzieni and BILLY and family xxxx.
Glenn Priestley (on behalf of Bett & the Priestley family)
June was a treasured & dear friend of Bett and feel her loss as if it were our own. June & our mother Bett shared many great memories & adventures during their lives in Blackpool (I am informed that this sometimes included them being a bit mischievous at times). We, as Bett’s children (Glenn, David, Leanne & Russ) had the pleasure of knowing June and have the fondest of memories. Our only regret is that we didn’t see her more often. Our hearts and deepest sympathy go out to the whole family & hope that we will have the chance of meeting up with family members sometime shortly after Covid 19 becomes more a substance of a memory to be forgotten, when we can better celebrate her life & re-acquaint ourselves with each other., many of whom we haven’t seen for quite some time. Thank you June for having been a part of our lives. May Heaven recognize the gain it is receiving. With fondest love to all. Glenn (On behalf of Bett & the Priestley family)
|Love you millions mum 💞 I know Jesus embraced you in His Loving Arms as you slept so peacefully & we whispered “Amen”. You are now where you belong with everlasting life/everlasting peace. I will forever treasure our beautiful memories we shared here in the village you came to love, Sabden, & lots of the villagers met & loved you also👭👫 💗 Such fun times at the Bowling Green, Village Fete’s, Christmas Markets (you seemed to win most of the raffles 🤗 plus our famous breakfast’s at the coffee shop ☕(Spike & Christine send their love mum) We also enjoyed Band evenings, Bar-b-que afternoons, & Sabden Live, where you were announced as the star of the Festival, the *Dancing Queen* WOW MUM 🎶 Of course not forgetting Sabden Baptist Church (all send their love to you mum) Thisreminded you of your childhood Church life of which I feel blessed to have been able to share these memories with you. Amen 🙏 Most importantly though mum, I was there right beside you to witness when you stood up at the conference(of your own accord) to *Give your life to Jesus & accept Him in your heart* ❤️ This is one of my most precious moments with you mum although every one of them are special treasures held now deep within my heart💗. We will all miss you more than words can express mum but we have the peace of knowing you are now at rest in the arms of the The King of Kings & Lord of Lords.. AMEN 😇|