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Friends may call for visitation from 12:30 to 2:00 PM Friday October 7, 2022, at Hill Funeral Home, where service will be held at 2:00 PM.  A graveside service will be on Saturday October 8, 2022, at East Canton Memory Gardens in Grayson, KY.


In lieu of flowers donations in her memory can be made to Shriners Hospitals.

I'm so sorry for your loss. Junie was a wonderful sister-in-law, friend, travelling companion, and partner in crime that I loved dearly. I will truly miss her, but have 50 years of fond memories of her that I will cherish forever. Go rest high on the mountain Junebug. I know I will see you again, but until then try to stay outta trouble. Love Donna

Donna Mobley

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Obituary for June Mobley Shartzer

June Mobley Shartzer 1932-2022

June Mobley Shartzer

06/02/1932 - 10/01/2022

June Mobley Shartzer

Born: June 2, 1932, in Grahn, Kentucky, to Earl T. Mobley and Theora Barker Mobley.

Preceded in death by brothers Talmage Mobley, Dearl Mobley, John Mobley, Ralph Mobley, Carl Mobley, and sisters Druise Scott, Mable Clellen and Glenna Phillips, sisters-in-law Ruth Huntsman Mobley, Ruth Bledsoe Mobley, Ruby Mobley, La Verne Mobley, Della Mobley, and brothers-in-law Ken Scott, Jerry Clellen, Delmar Phillips, and Robert “Doc” Webb.

Survived by husband Donald Shartzer, and son Don Shartzer, brother Charles Mobley and sister Linda Webb, sisters-in-law Patsy Hoy, Jackie Gabel, Donna Mobley, and Lisa Ramey.

June is also survived by many nieces and nephews, great and great great-nieces, and nephews, all of whom she loved greatly.  She was also close to many of their respective spouses.  She also had many cousins, 2nd cousins and on down whom she loved greatly.  Family was very important to her.

June had a long and fulfilled life, working until she was 80 years old.  She had many friends and many significant people who touched her life, such as Hamer Coss and Carolyn Carter.

She was a long-time member of Sharon Woods Baptist Church and of the Eastern Star.  She loved to travel, dance, and attend music concerts.

June touched many lives and will be greatly missed.