Rosalyn June Quisenberry

July 12, 1932 - February 3, 2018
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SACRAMENTO – Rosalyn June Quisenberry, age 85, died February 3, 2018 at the Heartford House in Owensboro, Kentucky. Mrs. Quisenberry was born in Greenville, Kentucky on July 12, 1932. She was a 50 year plus member of Sacramento Baptist Church. June retired as a Group Leader in manufacturing at General Electric/MPD from 1950-1997, a 1950Continue Reading

Gene Johnston left a message on February 9, 2018:
I have known June since early childhood. She grew up on McDonalds Lane and my Grandmother Newnan lived in the first house on the Lane. The house is now gone but I have fond memories of that time period. June was always a good friend, we talked on the phone occasionally The last time we talked via phone was in late 2017 and June was in good spirits. She always attended our class reunions. We will all miss her.
Gene Johnston
David & Kimberly Caswell left a message on February 7, 2018:
Ms. June was great lady, we loved her very much. May God wrap his loving arms around you at this one.
Mark Dohrenwend left a message on February 7, 2018:
Please accept my wife's and my condolences for your loss. I worked with June for many years at MPD in Planar. She was a joy to work with and so easy to have fun with. We got work done, but we had fun doing it. Oh, and what a GREAT cook June was. I was very sorry to learn of her passing. Best regards, Mark & Shannon
Carol Bolton left a message on February 5, 2018:
Dear loved ones of Ms June. So sorry that you've lost a remarkable woman. I came know to know her when I worked as the mentoring coordinator for Mclean county schools. You will never know the impact she has left on the children of Mclean county. Her unselfish nature and joy as a Christian always shined thru. This earth is a much better place because of her. God bless you
Michael Ray left a message on February 4, 2018:
When I was a younger boy. I would go next door to visit June on a daily basis. we would do a number of things together. these activities go from, watching television, from eating snacks and meals, or just conversing about our daily lives. June was like family to me. She is a person I will never forget.
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Sandra Mize left a message on February 4, 2018:
June was one of the kindest, caring and most unselfish ladies I have ever known. She was one of a kind and my life is much blessed from knowing her.
Allen & Beckie Bell left a message on February 4, 2018:
Our hearts are saddened hearing of June's passing. She was truly a special person. We Cherish our memories of times together. Love & Prayers to All.r
Tucker Funeral Home left a message:
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