“Thank you so much for all your help with the funeral planning and the actual funeral. Everything was beautiful and could not have been more special or gone any smoother. It was comforting for our family to know that everything was going to be taken care of and that we would do my father-in-law justice with a very beautiful funeral. Thank you so much for that peace-of-mind. We could not have been more pleased with how everything turned out. You all are truly wonderful at what you do. I would never go anywhere else! (Although I’m hoping not to have to use your services for a very long time!) Thank you so much for everything.”
— L. H.
June Adair Neef
May 20, 1920 - November 05, 2012
Neef, June Adair Age 92, passed away to her eternal home on November 5, 2012 at Lakewood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. June was born May 20, 1920 in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of Bertha (Iten) and Herman Glindkamp, and sister of Dorothy Glindkamp (Frank) Wersching. On May 9, 1942, June married John David Neef, Sr. (deceased 2005), the son of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Neef, of Rogers Park, Illinois. She and John enjoyed 62 years of marriage as they raised their three children, John, Jr. (A'nna), Jalayne "Jaye"Ahoyt, and Jim (Pat) Neef. They later welcomed their grandchildren, Jason (Wendy) Neef, Justin (Karen) Ahoyt, Nolan Neef and Nealy Neef (Erik) Peters and were blessed with 10 great-grandchildren, McKenna, Caden, Maevry Neef, Madelynn, Nathan, and Connor Ahoyt, Bianca and Drey Wisdom, and Emmett and Malloy Peters. June worked for many years at the Plainfield National Bank, and later as a Secretary for Chicago Bridge and Iron Company. June and John retired to Mt. Dora, Florida for a period of time and returned to their Plainfield home in 1996. June was passionate about fashion, and loved to entertain her friends and family. She took pleasure in knitting, sewing, and sharing her fine baking skills with others. June was a member of the Plainfield United Methodist Church and enjoyed singing in the church choir for many years. There are no words to describe our gratitude for the amazing care, support, and compassion provided to June and the entire family during her ongoing 6 year relationship with the various Hospice team members. The family also wishes to thank all those at Lakewood Nursing Center who cared so lovingly for her during her final years. "To my family and friends, my everlasting love and my wish that your lives be filled with good health and much happiness". (June A. Neef)
At June's request, a private graveside service will be held at the Plainfield Township Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Joliet Area Community Hospice, at 250 Water Stone Circle, Joliet, IL 60431.