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1930 June 2024

June Marilyn Lunn

March 19, 1930 — February 2, 2024

June Lunn, 93, of Ogallala, passed away on February 2, 2024, at the Ogallala Community Hospital.

June's journey alongside her beloved husband, Ted Lynn Lunn, began on September 27, 1946, in Kansas City, shortly after his return from service in August of the same year. The couple made their first home in Kansas City, where they lived for 11 years before moving to Colorado. In 1986, seeking a quieter life post-retirement from Coors, where Ted had worked, they settled in Ogallala, Nebraska. Here, they indulged in their shared love for fishing, picnicking by the lake, and camping, creating countless cherished memories.

In 1987, their son Ted purchased a carpet and furniture store, and they ventured into helping with that business. June, known for her quiet and reserved nature, also had a creative side. She often made clothes for her grandchildren and cooked large family meals. Her chicken and noodles became legendary among family and friends. In later years, June suffered macular degeneration but never stopped cooking, which led to some interesting culinary creations, like her famous Mexican spaghetti.

June's life was marked by dedication to her family, her love for playing cards, and years of hard work. Despite living in Denver for a while, Ogallala remained her home.

June was preceded in death by her husband, Ted; four sisters; and sons, Don and Jim Lunn.

Survivors include her son, Ted of Ogallala; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

A memorial has been established in her memory for later designation. Condolences may be shared at

A family service will be held at a later date.

Prairie Hills Funeral Home of Ogallala is in charge of arrangements.

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