650 Main Street
Edmonds, Washington 98020
March 11, 2017
Begins at 1:00 pm
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23800 104th Ave W
Edmonds , Washington
June Marie Robinson (Bashaw)
June Robinson was an important part of the lives of many people. Her kindness, love and loyalty showed in everything that she did. She served many roles in her life:
She was a daughter. Born June Marie Bashaw to Samuel and Mary Ann (Marie) Bashaw, she grew up on a chicken farm in Kirkland, Washington. She was two years younger than her sister Virginia but you could easily tell them apart as June wore ringlets in her hair. Both June and Virginia loved to play make-believe as children. They went to a little red school house nearby, had a dog named Curly and picked blackberries along the railroad tracks.
June was a supportive daughter, helping her mother after her father had passed. She worked in an office at the Lake Washington Ship Yard, learning to type and write short-hand.
June was a wife. She met John William Robinson (“Johnicans” to her) shortly after World War II. John would better be known as Jack to everyone he knew. After a budding relationship, they were married on June 14, 1947. Their 43-year old marriage was very successful. While staying in Pullman with her family, her husband and his uncle...