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Marian June Flack, Age: 91
Feb 23,1928---Nov 20,2019

Marian June Flack

February 23, 1928--November 20,2019

 June (as she was known by family and friends), 91, the youngest of 6 children, was born at her childhood farm in the rural community of Wabash, AR hear the small town of Helena, AR.  It was in Helena, that June met her husband, William (Bill) when he and his buddies stopped to help June and her friends with a flat tire.  Bill was a student at the University of Arkansas when they were married on June 10, 1947.   Their daughter, Katherine (Kathy) was born in Fayetteville AR on September 2, 1949, just months before Bill's graduation from the University.  After Bill's graduation, the young family moved to Kansas City, Kansas.

It was in Kansas City, KS that son, William (Bill) was born on January 10, 1951 and son, James (Jim) was born on January 25, 1960.  Husband, Bill, a business major, worked as an accountant for Armour & Co. in Kansas City until the plant closing.  He then worked as Director of Accounting for Farmland Foods until his retirement.  June was a devoted wife, mother and homemaker. She was a wonderful cook and enjoyed cooking and preparing food for family, friends, and for social events.  She frequently prepared meals for others, including preparing and serving food at local food kitchens.  Her cooking received recognition when she was nominated and chosen for the title of "Cook of the Month."  June was an excellent typist at a time when such skills were in demand.  She worked various clerical jobs, some at home and others in the workplace. She studied at home to learn court transcribing.  For a number of years, she transcribed and typed official documents of court proceedings.  June had a servant's heart and she and Bill both were active volunteers. 

It was after Bill's retirement that the couple moved to Greenwood, MO.  June, A Christian, had a passion for Missions.  At Aldersgate UMC in Lee's Summit, where she was an acitve member, June started a ladies missionary outreach, known as The Morning Glories. Her passion, and greatest joy was in meeting the needs of those less fortunate, particularly the homeless. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution to a charitable organization of your choice. 

June was preceded in death by her parents, her 5 sibilings, her beloved husband of 53 years, and 5 nieces/nephews.  She is survived by 3 children and their spouses:  Kathy (Mack) Woods; Bill (Lori) Flack; James (Janet) Flack; 6 grandchildren:  Stacy (Tyler) Young; Eric (Pam) Woods; Shawna Woods; Cody, James, and Deborah Flack; 4 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.  She is greatly missed.  A visitation followed by a memorial service will be held at Aldersgate UMC, 350 SW Highway 150, Lee's Summit MO 64082 on January 8, 2020.  Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., followed by a memorial service beginning 11:00 a.m.  In the event of inclement weather the memorial will be rescheduled.

 

Additional Service:
Memorial Service
Location:
Aldersgate United Methodist Church
Address:
350 SW Highway 150
City:
Lee's Summit
State:
Missouri
Zip Code:
64082
Date of Service:
Jan 08 ,2020
Time of Service:
11:00 AM
Additional Information:
No Additional Information Added
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Condolences

Connie Barrentine Nov 27 ,2019

Aunt ,Collierville ,Tennessee

Pray that God will provide you strength & peace during this most difficult time. Aunt June was a wonderful person & will be missed by many. Most certainly a happy reunion is taking place in heaven now. Love & prayers.

Gene Foreman Dec 03 ,2019

nephew ,CHARLOTTESVILLE ,Virginia

I have fond memories of my aunt June, who was more of a big sister than an aunt. When I was 5 and she was 12, she camped out in the backyard with my brothers and me. Years later, she and her fiance, Bill Flack, took me to games that his softball team played. June became a devoted wife and mother who took enormous pride in her family. I extend heartfelt condolences to her daughter, sons and grandchildren.