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Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur
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Memorial Presentation in Honor of June Grace (Brown) MacArthur

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  • 1. June Grace Brown MacArthur Born October 25, 1912 Died June 6, 2012
  • 2. Wife of
  • 3. Sister of
  • 4. Mother of
  • 5. Grandmother of Jamie B. MacArthur & husband, Peter David James MacArthur II & wife, Lee Colin MacArthur & wife, Paula James B. Nichols & wife, ShaunnaLindsay A. Nichols Foster & husband, Marc
  • 6. Great-Grandmother of Michael T. Nichols Margaret (Maggie) Nichols MacArthur (Mac) Foster Mary Grace Foster Theodore (Teddy) Foster Samantha MacArthur Alec MacArthur David James MacArthur III Sean MacArthur Piper MacArthur
  • 7. So live, that when thy summons comes to joinThanatopsis The innumerable caravan which movesby: William Cullen Bryant To that mysterious realm where each (1794-1878) shall take His chamber in the silent halls of death, Thou go not, like the quarry-slave at night, Scourged by his dungeon; but, sustaind and soothed By an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave, Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch About him, and lies down to pleasant dreams.

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