Mrs June Wright

Passed away peacefully, aged 90, at the Leicester Royal Infirmary on 21st January 2021. Beloved wife of late husband Ernie and loving Mum to Sue, Jean, John, Denise, Debra and Step Mum to Sandra. Much loved Grandma, nan-nan, and Great nan-nan and Mum-in-law. Forever in our hearts, now reunited with Dad. Will be sadly missed by all the family Due to current circumstances a private funeral service will be taking place on Friday 19th February at 3:30pm.  A webcast of the service will be available and details may be obtained from the funeral director.  Family flowers only.  Donations to LOROS may be made online at www.ansteyfunerals.com or sent to Anstey & District Funeral Service, Talbott House, Leicester Road, Anstey, Leicester LE7 7AT . 0116 234 0548

Total collected to date: £345.21

Charity details

Leicestershire & Rutland Organisation For The Relief Of Suffering Limited

LOROS Hospice is a local charity and every year we care for over 2,500 people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

We provide free, high-quality, compassionate care and support to terminally ill adult patients, their family and carers.

Registered Number 506120

http://www.loros.co.uk

Messages of condolence

In loving memory of Grandma (June Wright), sorry I couldn’t be with all the family today in person.

Mr David W Bale

You will always be in our hearts. Missing you. Rest in Peace. Denise & Glyn xxx

Mrs Denise McAllister

So sorry to hear the news, all our love to all her family. Love from Barbara, Rob, Ian, Glyn and Margaret McAllister and their family’s.

Mrs Margaret Green

Rest in peace Mum. Sue x

Mrs Sue Smith

We are going to miss you so much mum Rest in peace Love from Debra frank. Xx

Mr and Mrs Debra and frank Bott

In Memory of my dear sister June who will be sadly missed

Mr and Mrs David and Jean Caren

Long time friends of June & Erine lots of memories of June. We will miss hearing about June from our Daughter Ruth who help care for June.

Mr and Mrs Allan & Yvonne Broughton

A lovely lady who will be dearly missed by myself and colleagues who cared for her ❤ Thinking of all the family xxx

Miss Ruth BROUGHTON

Fin memories of Mum many a happy times weather playing Darts at the local pubs or going round the village and calling for a snack and a coffee Mum enjoyed doing this when able to do it and bump into old work friends and friends in the village. Grandchildren have fun in the back garden which was quite big and Mum and I had a catch up.

Mr and Mrs Dave Jean, Dave, Anita, Matt, Lushana, Dan and Kat. Bale

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