June Elaine (nee: Neuls) shingler

Born June 2, 1934 in Oakshella, Saskatchewan. Passed away in Chilliwack on October 30, 2006 after a brief struggle with cancer.

Predeceased by her first husband Victor Shingler; the love of her life, Ken Munshaw; her father, Phillip Neuls; her mother, Lydia Neuls, and her stepmother, Hertha Neuls.

She is survived by her nine children, Leona Hrabec (Ernie) of Edmonton, AB, Linda Binette (Denis) of Chilliwack, Vicki Bourree of Chilliwack, Susan Petkau (Kevin Cheek)of Chilliwack, Barbara Hildebrant (Darcy Kirkley)of Chilliwack, Brenda Shingler (George Gotzen)of Chilliwack, Len Shingler (Susan) of Chilliwack, Leslie Shingler (Robin)of Chilliwack, and Gloria Baird (Gerry) of Port Alberni.

June also leaves twenty seven wonderful grandchildren: Raymond (Samantha), Shari (Gord), Jason (Shawna), Tom (Pam), Andrea (Dave), Bryan (Krista), Darren (Gabby), Brandon (Angela ), Dawn (John), Dan, Julie ( Chris), Stephanie, Chelsey (Daniel), Kristoffer, Tiffany, Richard, Stan (Rachel), Melody (Rick), Stacy, Jessica (Jonathon), Ryan, Tyler, Paige, Annalise, Emily and Andrew. She is also survived by numerous great grandchildren.

Also left to mourn are her siblings: Vivian (Archie) Charles, Fred, Shirley Thompson, Bob, Ken (Doreen), Don (Marianna), Rick (Roxanne), and Patti (Phillip) Nault.

June resided for many years in the community of Columbia Valley, where she was known as Auntie June to many in the community. Her sense of humour, her dignity and compassion for others endeared her to all who knew her. Viewing will be held at 1:00pm with service to follow at 2:00 pm, Wed., Nov. 1, 2006 at Woodlawn Funeral Home. Burial to follow at Carmen Cemetery. Memorial tea to follow. No flowers by request. Donations to the charity of your choice in Mom’s name are gratefully accepted.


The Magic of a Mother’s Touch

There’s magic in a Mother’s touch,

and sunshine in her smile.

There’s love in everything she does

to make our lives worthwhile.

We can find both hope and courage

Just by looking in her eyes.

Her laughter is a source of joy;

her words are warm and wise.

There is a kindness and compassion

to be found in her embrace,

and we see the light of heaven shining from a Mother’s face.

You will never be forgotten,

although we are apart,

your spirit lives within us,

forever in our hearts.