June Helen Nichol Cole

March 6, 1929 - March 13, 2020
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June Helen Cole Liberty, SC June Helen Nichol Cole, 91, of 150 Liberty Highway, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 13, 2020 at ANMED Cannon Hospital. Born in Cincinnati, OH she was a daughter of the late James Frederick and Sarah Faulkner Nichol. She was a retired nurse and was of the Jewish faith. JuneContinue Reading

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Steve & Letitia Skalsky left a message on June 15, 2020:
Dear Malcolm & Family, We were deeply saddened to hear in your loss of June. We always enjoyed seeing you both at the Boxer Dog shows . June was always so friendly and had a tremendous smile! We always enjoyed her baking and the great desserts she would bring. She will truly be missed. Steve & Letitia Skalsky Amherst ,Ohio
Maryann Hasan left a message on April 16, 2020:
Malcolm and family, My deepest sympathy to you in the loss of June. She was one of the sweetest, nicest person I ever met. When I seen her she always had a smile on her face and kind words to say. She will he missed. RIP June. Maryann Hasan Uniontown, OH
Doug Nicholl left a message on April 1, 2020:
June was my favorite Aunt. I have fond memories of her and the family visiting my family in Cincinnati all those years ago. Her work as a Registered Nurse helped inspire me to pursue Nursing as my career. I am so glad I was able to exchange phone calls with her since she and Uncle Malcolm moved to SC. We had planned for me to visit once life was back to normal. She will always be laughing and smiling in my memories. Doug Nicholl
Leslie H Reynolds left a message on March 17, 2020:
June will surely be missed by all of us in Ohio. She and Malcolm were faithful members of the American Saddlebred Horse Association of Ohio and attended every banquet. She was a true lady and possibly the kindest person I have ever known.
Karen Massaad, daughter left a message on March 16, 2020:
I can not share just one memory of my Mother. She was the most loving, gentle soul. She made our childhood so so special. She taught us honesty, integrity, strength, and compassion for our fellow humans and animals. She would stop and offer assistance to anyone she felt needed help. My Father and I brought home numerous strays, she never turned any of them away. She welcomed our friends into our home, and never said no when we asked for help with school work or anything else. As an adult, I knew I could ask anything of her and she would be there. She also gave us a strong Jewish education and kept us close to God. Her career as a Nurse and nursing home administrator was legendary. She mentored many student nurses who were awed by her passion for he patients. Her heart was as big as the world. She loved her family above all else and put absolutely nothing above us. I feel honored and blessed to have had such a caring, wise, funny, and larger than life mother. My heart truly hurts at her loss. But she will always be in my heart. I love you Mom, and you will be sorely missed :broken_heart::broken_heart::heart:
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Harriet Schultz left a message on March 16, 2020:
June was a dear, sweet woman with great patience and a total love for her husband. Of the 40 years I knew her I never heard a harsh word from her. She will be missed by all who knew her. Harriet Schultz and family
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