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June Dianne York

06/12/1943 – 04/19/2022

June Diane (Dianne) Cummins, 78, of Seminole, FL passed away on April 19th, 2022. She was born June 12th, 1943 in Paragould, Arkansas to Y. Dolly James Cummins and Winston E. Cummins. June married Daniel Lee York, ADR3 US Navy, on November 22nd, 1962 in Memphis Tennessee. They had 4 beautiful children together, Lori York Radle, Thomas H York, Owen J York, and Daniel M York.

Mrs. York graduated with Honors from The College of Lake County, Grayslake IL with Associates’ Degree in Library Science. She then served as Librarian for Lake Villa, IL Public Library, and later retired as Librarian for Round Lake, IL Elementary School District.

June was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints since 1970, she will be laid to rest alongside the “Love of her Life” at Bay Pines National Cemetery.

Graveside services will be held May 6th, 2022 at 12:30 pm at Bay Pines National Cemetery located at 10000 Bay Pines Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33708.

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  • Carole & Michael Nischan says:

    Our condolences at Dianne’s passing. She was a dear friend and sister in the gospel of Jesus Christ. We will miss her. She was also my Dr. Pepper friend. I have a few precious items she gifted me. Our love to all the family. We will be there on Friday.

  • james L kobus says:

    such a loss. fist time we ever met was at my own wedding the very same day. so many good times together. love ya missing you already Jim and Mary Kobus

  • Jennifer McMillan says:

    My condolences to her family. She was a blessing in my life. I miss her. 😔❤❤❤

  • Sue Givens says:

    Dianne will always be in my memory for her beautiful spirit, her winning smile and her so appreciated friendship. She will be missed, but she is now at peace.

  • Donna Pavatte says:

    My condolences to Diane’s family. She was one of my favorite and best friends. We met thru school and continued to remain so even and ever after that. I miss her and all the fun and memories we made and shared. Sorry I can’t be there for and with you but know I am there with you in love and spirit. Donna.

  • Jean Sweetwood says:

    My sympathies to the whole family. I met Dianne in 1989. She became quickly my friend and mentor. She truly was the kindest person I have ever met. I will forever have her in my heart. I loved her so.

  • The Jordan Family says:

    Condolences to the whole family. I didn’t really know her that well but I knew her children and if they have any resemblance of there mother she must have been a great women. Sorry for your loss…

  • Darrell and Deborah Waller says:

    Our condolences to all the families. Sister Diane York, she truly lived by righteous example. We will never forget her delightful smile and her confidence in life’s righteous choices. I surely remember the times when her strength, just made me stronger.

  • Mindy Harmon says:

    Dianne was a very special to me my husband and my father-in-law and, especially my mother-in-law. I never heard her say a bad word about anyone. She was so kind to everyone, even my dogs Ace and Chloe! She will always hold a special place in my heart ❤️ May it comfort you and your families that you are in my prayers and thoughts 😢

  • Emin Lomba says:

    May 3′ 2022 2:50am
    I’m so sorry for your lost love one
    Dianne’s was loving, Caring, & sweet beautiful lady, I known her when I worked as caregiver for her husband. My deepest condolences to you and your entire family, she’ll be miss.

    Emin Lomba

  • Belinda Stanger says:

    Dianne was a huge part of my 18 and 17 year old daughters’ lives as their primary teachers and involved in their baptisms. She wrote my husband and I a sweet letter and gifted us something cool just six years ago after we moved to Utah. I know she loved and missed her IL church family as much as we missed her. She loved Dan fiercely and has a strong testimony of Christ’s Atonement. Love you Aunt Dianne.

  • Wendy York Witterschein says:

    I first met Dianne in the early 1960s at her parents-in-laws’ home in Burlington on a trip back to Iowa from NJ (I am her late husband’s first cousin). I was little; it seems that my Mother and I displaced Dan and Dianne from their bedroom and I remember peeking around the corner to see them sleeping on a sofa bed in the living room. I thought that she looked like a movie star. As I grew to know Dianne I knew her as an engaging, loving and good wife, mother and grandmother. Due to geography I didn’t often see Dianne but always felt close to her. She was an amazing person. May God Rest Her!

  • Linda York Janesko says:

    Ron and I send our deepest sympathy to Dianne’s family upon her passing to eterrnal life.

  • Carmela Powell Oluwalana says:

    My sincere condolences for this beautiful soul goes to all touched by this crossover. Keep comfort in one more member joining her eternal family. Blessings and prayers for strength and comfort. Dianne touched my heart in a miraculous way, truly a faithful daughter in Christ

  • Lori Gillis Buckman says:

    Prayers for this family today. She was a beautiful soul! And holds a special place in my memories. Love to all of you.

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