June Susan Schwaeble, 85 years, of Whiting, NJ passed on Sunday, January 14.
She was born on April 19,1932 in Ridgefield, Bergen County, NJ. June was the last child born to John Adam Schwaeble and Susan Fitzpatrick Schwaeble (both deceased). June’s brothers, Matthew, John and George Schwaeble all predeceased her. Her sisters-in-law, Lauretta Schwaeble and Mary Schwaeble; nephews, Russell Schwaeble, Orlando Ippolito Sr., Jack Berry and nieces, Marilyn Schwaeble Ippolito and Carol Schwaeble Berry are all predeceased.
June is survived by a loving family of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends.
We call her “Terrific” an affectionate name in lieu of Aunt, Great Aunt or Great Great Aunt. She was a loving Aunt to: Ron, Sharon, Sue, Robert, Bun, Linda and Bruce. Great Aunt to: Kathleen, Holly, John, Scott, Kelly, Ryan, Teri, Tim, Lindsey, Ryan, Randall, Bobbie, Orlando Jr, AnnMarie, Jimmy, Matti, Kim, Amon, Tammi, Bill, Stephen, Tamara, Michelle and Chris. Great-Great Aunt to: Ciara, Justin, Kierstin, Madison, Sierra, Jon, Devin, Kyle, Shawn, Pierson, Jeremiah, Justin, Alexandra, Thairis, Aneyah, Tanus, Nyath, Samarah, LaLayla, Justice, Quenton, Macy and William.
June lived in Palisades Park, NJ for most of her life. Graduating from Leonia High School class of 1950 and enjoyed reconnecting with her classmates at their reunions. June commuted to New York City, NY as an employee of a large jewelry store, Binder Brothers for forty years. She could take you anywhere in NYC and watched many parades from her office window on Madison Avenue. June also processed orders for a plush toy company with her niece, Sue.
Upon retirement she decided to investigate central New Jersey and relocated to the Whiting area where she resided for 20+ years. June was fond of many activities and joined the ceramic club, travel club, and volunteered to be the social representative for her village. She participated in the village activities at the Club House: the annual Christmas dinner, craft show where she sold tickets for the hot dog lunch, the village picnic with her neighbors, and yard sales.