June O. Healy, formerly of Washington Grove, Md., and Beaufort, S.C., died Oct. 23 in her daughter's Lewiston home after a brief illness. She was 89.
Mrs. Healy was born in 1915 in Detroit and spent her childhood in Jamestown and Hamburg, graduating from Hamburg High School in 1932. She graduated from Cortland University in 1936.
In 1939, she married Norman C. Healy in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Hamburg, where they resided for several years. The Healys moved to Washington Grove, Md., in 1944.
June Healy began selling real estate in 1953 for Bowling Realtors of Gaithersburg and raised a family of seven children. The Healys lived in Beaufort, S.C., upon her husband's retirement from the government in 1974.
For more than 20 years, Mrs. Healy was active in the Beaufort community, doing volunteer work and was active in St. Peter's Catholic Church of Beaufort. Due to ill health, the Healys moved to Easton, Md., in 1998. In 1999, they moved to Lewiston, where they lived until their deaths.
Norman Healy, her husband of 65 years, died Aug. 3. Born in Dunkirk, he graduated from Hamburg High School in 1931 and obtained a bachelor's degree from Cornell University. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946. He joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture and, before his retirement, was head of the Fruit Branch Division, where he oversaw the purchase of fruit and vegetables for school lunches.
Survivors include six children, James of Laurel, Md., John of Rockville, Md., Martha Miller of Ocean City, Md., Betsy Fry of Easton, Md., Pat McCue of Lewiston, and Holly Jahn of Scottsdale, Ariz.; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Services in Maryland will be private.