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Obituary: Betty June Nunn, 71, Green Co., KY

"June spent her life in the service of her family and her Lord."
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Betty June Nunn (June) was called to heaven by God on Monday, July 20, 2009. She was 71 years of aga and passed peacefully in the hospital bed, surrounded by family, following a fast and courageous battle with cancer.

The memorial service will be at Greasy Creek Cemetery, Exie Community in Green County, Kentucky, at 12:00 noon CT, Saturday, August 1, 2009. A reception following the service will be at the Greasy Creek Baptist Church. All attendees are invited to attend. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to East Lake Methodist Church, Palm Harbor, FL. These can be made at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 West Court ST, in Greensburg, KY.


She was born in Beech Creek, Muhlenberg Co, KY, to Floyd and Estelle (Gunn) Shutt. She was raised in Chicago and met the love of her life at a dance hall there.

She married Doyle Nunn, son of Amos and Ruth Lile Nunn, on September 14, 1957. The happily married couple of 50 years had three beautiful girls, Colleen Rizzo of New Port Richey, FL, with a son Ryan Heinzel, Vicki Bene' with a husband Patrick of New Port Richey, FL and their three children, Tiffaney, Jessica, and Zachary'; Renee' Bibian with husband David of Pleasant Shade, TN, and sons Daniel, Shawn, and Alejandro and daughters Heather and Amanda. There is also one great grandchild, Hayden Hedges, from Tiffaney and Steve Hedges.

She came into the world with two brothers, (the late) A.J. Shutt, and Bob Shutt (Annette) and one very special sister, Barbara Seesholtz (Bob).

Locally, she is survived by the following Brothers in law and sisters in law: Donald and Marge Nunn and Loren and Zelmodean Nunn, all of Greensburg, KY Betty and Tommy Donan and Jeanie Nunn, all of Campbellsville, KY; and Robert and Ann Nunn of Gilbertsville, KY.

June's childhood was disjointed and at times she lived with relatives or friends. During these times, June and her sister Barbara learned the importance of each others love and support and made a life-long commitment to family. June always put the family first, and placed importance on family dinners, holiday events, and special Christmas mornings.

June had a special place in her heart for her grandchildren and always made special time for each one. Whether she played Barbies or Spiderman, or made a trip tot he movies or the mall, she made each grandchild feel special.

June spent her life in the service of her family and her Lord. She was selfless in her actions and celebrated life by being a devoted wife,a loving mother, a supportive sister, a child-like grandmother and great grandmother.

On line condolences may be be made at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home
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Remembering Betty June Nunn, Green Co., KY



2009-07-30 - Greensburg, KY .
Betty June Nunn (d. July 20, 2009)

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