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June Constance (Conner) Bone
June 1, 1930 ~ December 30, 2022 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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June Constance Conner Bone, born June 1, 1930, passed away peacefully December 30, 2022. She was born in Bishop, Georgia to the late Mellie Martin Conner and Thomas Marshall Conner. June was the tenth child of eleven children, and loved her siblings dearly.
June spent most of her entire life in Morgan County. She never met a stranger and loved to entertain. She was an amazing cook who rarely used recipes. She was well known for baking and sharing her delicious homemade biscuits with others throughout the years. She was well-loved in her position as the administrative assistant/secretary at Morgan County High School for many years.
June and her late husband, Marvin, enjoyed their Supper Club friends, traveling, and having their grandchildren visit at their Poplar Street home.
In addition to her late husband, Marvin Bone, Sr., she was preceded in death by her grandson, Bryan Whitlock, and her son-in-law, Bill Cochran, Jr.
Her last remaining sibling is her younger sister, Beatrice Conner Levine.
She is survived by her children, Pamela Whitlock (Dick), Marvin Bone, Jr., and Jennifer Cochran
Her grandchildren are Ben Whitlock, Laura Whitlock, Mary Ann Orr (Allen), Bo Cochran (Ansley), and five great-granddaughters, Mary Bryan, Ella, Ava, Jane, and Kathleen.
Visitation and service will be on Tuesday, January 3, 2022, at Madison Baptist Church with visitation at 3:00 PM and the service following at 4:00 PM.
Memorial gifts may be made to either Madison Baptist Church or the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center.