June Lynn Freeman, resident of Fellowship Village, Basking Ridge, NJ, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at the age of 93. The daughter of Thomas and Olga Lynn of Greenwich CT, June earned a BA in English from Skidmore College. She enjoyed a successful business career and ‘the single life’ in NYC. She married the love of her life, Leon Samuel Freeman, Jr. in June, 1977.
After several years living in Morrison, Colorado, June and Leon settled in Old Greenwich, CT, where they spent 35 happy and active years. June was engaged in The Woman’s Club of Greenwich and The Flower Club of Old Greenwich. She played tennis and golf at Innis Arden, and enjoyed taking dips in Long Island Sound from the end of her road. The couple retired to Fellowship Village in 2014.
June loved to travel, discuss news of the day, garden, and host dinner parties for her numerous friends. She will be remembered for her sparkling personality and sweet smile. Her engaging nature captured the hearts of all who knew her.
June leaves behind two daughters, Conde Freeman and Kit Greener; Kit’s husband, Kevin and their two children Katie and Trent; and the two children of deceased son Frank Freeman, Sam and Cassandra.
We welcome your memories and photos at www.facebook.com/groups/we.remember.june. To light a virtual candle please visit www.gcfuneralhome.com. Donations in June’s name can be made to The Special Olympics, Trenton, NJ.
We extend a special thank you to her excellent care team at Fellowship Village. Services were held by Gallaway & Crane Funeral Home in Basking Ridge, NJ. Please visit their website at www.gcfuneralhome.com for more information or to leave an online condolence for the family. A memorial celebration will be held in the future when it is safe to gather. Until then, our love and our thanks for the gift of June’s memory that will live in our hearts.
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