June  Riley-Beckwith

Riley-Beckwith, June

Roseanne & Rob,
You probably don't remember me, but I grew up at Crowheart and remember your mom fondly. I was impressed by her accent and thought she was the smartest woman around! I'm so sorry to hear that she has passed.
Regards, Marcy Richardson (daughter of Ken & Mary Richardson)
Goodbye, my friend. Godspeed.

Bud Seyler
For June's family:
I had delightful experiences working with your mother (over the phone) while she was actively involved with her insurance business. June was an amazing advocate for her clientele as well as any other Senior who needed help with insurance and co-insurance questions. If anyone could get it done, June was the person for the job! Together, we resolved many a problem for our mutual clientele. We sometimes spoke of our personal lives; she had a very interesting one...and no doubt, as her children and grandchildren, you've learned much from her. She will be sorely missed.
I was so sorry to hear of your Mother's death. My prayers are with you and your family.
Dear Roseanne and Rob,

I worked with your mother at Wind River Medical Group from 1966 to 1968. She was always so much fun and I remember she told one of the doctors there was a patient on the phone calling from a "call box" and he didn't understand what she meant. I always laugh to myself when I think about that. Billie Hoshaw (Scarpelli) was another co-worker when I was there. I remember both of you as youngsters although I'm sure you won't remember me. I really enjoyed working with your mother and have never forgotten her. She was a brilliant person with an amazing history. She was always upbeat and always interesting. So sorry to hear of her passing.