June Veale went to be with her savior surrounded by family on September 30, 2023.
She was born January 2, 1935, to the late Spurgeon and Nora Weaver in Falls Creek, Pennsylvania. June was known for her incredible faith and godliness. She prayed without ceasing and her love for the Lord was evident. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Education and a minor in Music from Toccoa Falls Bible College. She was married to her husband Thomas M. Veale, for 64 wonderful years and they served the Lord together in ministry for over 40 years. One of June's many passions was singing and playing the piano. She had a beautiful voice which she used unsparingly to honor the Lord and usher listeners into the presence of God. She also loved sewing and crafting and took great joy teaching her children and grandchildren the art. She will be deeply missed by everyone who had the opportunity to know and love her.
In addition to her parents, June is preceded in death by her granddaughter, Savannah Veale; her sisters Elva Reitz, Jeanne Shovestull, Aldene Joyce and her brothers; Danny Weaver, Dwayne Weaver, Jack Weaver, Richard Weaver and Charles Weaver. She is survived by her husband, Thomas Murray Veale, Jr. and her children; Thomas Murray Veale III (his wife Senga), Faith Vaughne' (her husband Kreg Vaughne'), Steven Veale (his wife Christie) and Joy Middleton (her husband Hugh Middleton). June is also survived by her grandchildren; Brandon Vaughne', Cameron Vaughne', Bailey Farnell, Brock Veale, Emma Fazekas, Micah Veale, Sydney Freeman, Colton Losciale and Skylar Losciale; and her great-grandchildren; Rory and Parker Farnell whom she loved dearly.
The family will receive friends and loved ones at Clark Funeral Home on Thursday, October 5th, 2023, for a visitation at 10am and a Celebration of Life to follow at 12pm with Rev Norm Patton and Pastor Brian Bloye Officiating. Interment will follow at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton for immediate family only with Thomas M Veale III, Steven Veale, Kreg Vaughne', Micah Veale, Brock Veale and Mason Fazekas as pallbearers.