March 8, 1933 -- June 23, 2019

June L. Mauck, 86, of Middlebury, died at 7:40 am, on Sunday, June 23, at
her residence. She was born on March 8, 1933, in Constantine, MI to
Leonard and Flora (Lintz) Arnold. On May 23, 1954 in White Pigeon, MI she
married Harold Mauck; he died October 14, 1990. Surviving are daughter,
Carolynn (Keith) Myran of Halliday, ND; four grandchildren, Jennifer Mauck,
Cory Mauck, Sara (Cody) Mann, Devin VanWormer; two
great-grandchildren who resided with her, Landon Schmucker and
Jazzlynn Mauck; 13 great-grandchildren; sister, Fern McClain of
Centerville, MI; brother, George (Iris) Arnold of Mottville, MI; close friends,
Reggie and Linda Huff of Middlebury. She was preceded in death by her
husband; parents; son, Duane Mauck. She loved to read, play cards, and
cook. She also enjoyed traveling, shopping and going to garage sales. She
helped Harold on the farm for many years. She worked as a cook at Eby's
Pines Restaurant and retired after 20+ years from Mid-American
Electronics. Visitation will be from 9:00 - 11:00 am on Thursday, June 27
followed by an 11:00 am funeral service at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home,
Services will be conducted by Chaplin Arnell McCoy. Burial will
be in Bonneyville Cemetery, Bristol. Memorials may be given to Heartland
Hospice.  Online condolences may be offered at

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Carolynn, Keith & family, You have our sympathy and love. She will be
missed by many. So glad I was there Monday to see you guys and she
knew who I was. I will always treasure what she told you when I left. So
thankful you had those last hours with her so precious. With love and
From: Merv & MJ
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To the entire Lintz-Arnold family: I remember June as such a kind, gentle
person and she was always willing to listen. We spent countless hours
talking while we worked at Eby Pines.- a memory that I treasure.
From: Connie Lintz and John Maginness
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George & Iris, Thinking of you during this difficult time. I fondly remember
June and her family. They were very welcoming and always playing cards.
May God keep you in his care.
From: Loretta Dickey
June L. Mauck