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Margaret June Nix

September 9, 1940 - January 5, 2007
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Margaret “June” Nix, age 66 of Elwood, Indiana, formerly of Crown Point, passed away Friday, January 5, 2007 in her home. She is survived by her husband and true love of 50 years, Raymond Nix. Their four children: Carolyn Catlow Clark of Noblesville, IN; Raymond Nix, Jr. Patty of Crown Point, IN; Dee O?Hare TimContinue Reading

Ejel Stonesifer left a message on May 2, 2013:
Please accept my most sincere sympathies at the loss of June. I have thought about you all over the years. Some of my fondest childhood memories were when Kish and my sister brought us to your house for Thanksgiving and even New Years eve. I remember playing with Carmella and her mini kitchen. I remember Blue too. I still make the yams with the marshmallows that Carolyn used to bring for Thanksgiving dinner. They are a family favorite. I remember how pretty I thought Dee Dee was and how cool Jabo was. Aunt June was always so sweet to me and Uncle Ray too. You guys might remember me by a different name but I do not go by that name any more. Kind of hard to be a chemistry teacher and go by Bunny. All my best to you all.
carolyn catlow left a message on January 3, 2008:
Mom, It has been one year since you have left me. I have such an empty hole. There is not one day that goes by I think of you. I know you are no longer in pain and I am so thankful for that. I just cant get over this loss. I just want to hug you one more time. I love you so much. Rest well Mom. Love, Sissy
carolyn catlow left a message on January 18, 2007:
Mom It has been two weeks since you left me. I miss you so. So many times I have picked up the phone to call and then I remember I can't. I love you so much! Sissy
Adelle Anderson left a message on January 16, 2007:
June has been a dear friend of mine for many years. Although time has separated us, I have thought of June often and have missed the friendship we shared together. It is a fact of life that one can not go back to relive those special moments that we share with others, but I will resort often to those memories of June that l will cherish forever. I am deeply saddened of her loss, and will always be thankful of the friendship we shared. Ray and the family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Love Always, Adelle, Darlyn & David
Darrin Jordan left a message on January 7, 2007:
Please accept our sincerest condolences on the loss of Mimi. She was a kind soul that made everyone around her feel welcome. I am glad to have known her, and am glad that Cale had the chance to know her as well. I know this is a very difficult time. Please don't forget that she is in a better place now, and continues to look over each of you from heaven. With Deepest Sympathy, Darrin and Cale
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Edward Jagoda left a message on January 7, 2007:
Dear Ray and Family: I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your loving wife and Mother. Please accept my most sincere condolences.
Kennedy June Hall left a message on January 6, 2007:
Dearest MeMe, Nine years is a short time to have been with you, but what a difference you made to me in that brief time. I will carry your name with me all my life and always remember you. I will see you again someday in heaven. I love you. XOXO ~ Kennedy June
Carmella Nix-Hall left a message on January 6, 2007:
Darling Mother, My beloved friend and confidant. Words cannot express the emptiness and feelings of loss that I am experiencing. My only comfort is that you are now free of pain and all physical ailment. I rejoice that you are in your mother's arms and know that someday I will be as fortunate. I look to the sky and beyond and know that you are waiting. I love you with every fiber of my being: mind, body & soul. Your Daughter, Carmella
candace catlow-Ferrell left a message on January 6, 2007:
Meme: My wonderful grandmother, you were my friend, my teacher and my world. I will miss your laughter, your jokes, your songs,your warm face,your kisses, and your advice. As you watch over the loving family that you have created, please know that I will always love you. I am so thankful for my time with you and so thankful that God allowed you to be in my life long enough to meet my two children. I will pass on to them everything that you have taught me about love and life. Until I see you again, there will never be a day that goes by that I will not remember you. Tell Jesus I love him, and keep the coffee warm for when I get there to be with you again. Trissy, Tanny Rae Candace Catlow-Ferrell Noblesville
Carolyn Catlow left a message on January 6, 2007:
My Momma, How do I mend a broken heart? Thank you for being such a wonderful loving Mother for in my heart you have made a home. Only God knows how much I miss you. Love forever and ever amen. Carolyn {Sissy} XOXOXO
George Messler Campbell left a message on January 5, 2007:
Living with Kish, I knew your family as my own. I knew June as My Aunt June. I remember all the good times I spent with your family. Aunt June was truly Loved. I think of her and all of you a lot. If it wasn't for sharing my childhood with June Nix and the Nix family my life would not have been complete. Every time Aunt June spoke with me, I felt comforted, I am coforted again with the fact that she is safe and with God. With All Love and Respect, George Messler Campbell and Family. geomessler@yahoo.com
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
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