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Plains Edition Obituaries 2-20-10

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.

June Harriett Wade, 89, of North Platte, died Feb. 4, 2010, at Centennial Park Retirement Village.

She was born Oct. 21, 1920, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Harry and Lottie (Donohue) Browne. She grew up in Norfolk and Kearney. She graduated from Kearney High School. She attended Mary Lanning Nursing School in Hastings.

She married Harold E. Wade on July 6, 1940. His military service ended after World War II, they came to North Platte and she worked for O’Connor’s Department Store, after they closed she went to work for Redman’s Shoe Store for 40 years.

She was a past member of the First United Presbyterian Church. She was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary.

She loved to read, and enjoyed her family and her cats very much.

Survivors include daughters, Judy Lalanne of North Platte, Cheryl Peters of North Platte and Carole (Dennis) Egge of Goodyear, Ariz.; grandchildren, Chuck (Tammy) Lalanne of North Platte, Jamie (Eif) DeHeld of Morrison, Colo., Cassandra Miller of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Brett Peters of Centennial, Colo., Kevin (Jamie) Peters of North Platte, Andrew Peters of North Platte, Bryon (Kim) Egge of Denver, Colo., and Mike (Tiffany) Egge of Atlanta, Geo.; eight great-grandchildren and many other family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Pauline; sons-in-law, George Lalanne and Charlie Peters.