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Tebay, June Loy Immel

Posted: Wed 10:40 AM, Mar 07, 2018
Funeral Home: Cawley & Peoples Funeral Home, Marietta Chapel
June Loy Immel Tebay, 83 of Punta Gorda, FL died Sunday, March 4th, 2018 after a short illness.

She was born May 8th, 1934 in Marietta, OH to Lloyd & Emma Pape Immel.

June lived her childhood years in Marietta. She graduated with a BA in Languages from Marietta College. In June of 1961 she married Sterling Tebay, and shortly thereafter relocated to Laurel, MD. She and Sterling also lived in State College, PA before retiring to Punta Gorda, FL.

She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Todd & Tracy Tebay of Chadds Ford, PA and granddaughter Alexandra Tebay of New York, NY.

She is proceeded in death by her husband Sterling Tebay, children Wendy and Mark Tebay, and sisters Jackie Wallace and Juanita Hubl.

Cremation per her wishes will take place in Florida and burial of her ashes will take place at Riverview Cemetery, Williamstown, WV.

The Marietta Chapel of Cawley & Peoples Funeral Home is honored to serve June's family and offers online condolences and many more resources by visiting their website, www.CawleyandPeoples.com .


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