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June Adamek, 75 | Obituaries

July 12, 2022

June A. Adamek, 75, of Hutchinson passed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at dwelling in Hutchinson. Funeral provider is at 11 a.m. on Monday, July 18, 2022, at Oak Heights Covenant Church in Hutchinson with interment in Oakland Cemetery in Hutchinson. Memorials preferred to Oak Heights Covenant Church. Clergy officiating is the Rev. Steve Larson. Pianist is Judy Voss. Soloist is Jim Wendling, “Birthday Of A King”. Congregational hymns are “Grace Alone”, “Day By Day” and “Until Then”. Casket bearers are Don Karg, Ben Karg, Jeremy Sondergaard, Norbert Doerr, John Olson, Dave Conrad.

June Ann Adamek was born on June 3, 1947, in Shakopee. She was the daughter of Elmer and Lydia (Schulz) Klatt. June was baptized as an infant on Sept. 7, 1947, and was afterwards verified in her religion as a youth, equally at Lake Auburn Moravian Church in Victoria.. She gained her schooling in Waconia, and was a graduate of the Waconia Large Faculty Class of 1965. June then attended college to grow to be a dental assistant.

On Nov. 15, 1969, June was united in marriage to Raymond Adamek at Lake Auburn Moravian Church in Victoria. This marriage was blessed with a single baby, Michael, on Oct. 8, 1977. June and Raymond resided in Hutchinson. They shared 52 decades of marriage.

June held work opportunities from dentistry to fashion, farming, retail, and accounting. June was a member of Oak Heights Covenant Church in Hutchinson.

Volunteering was a massive aspect of June’s daily life. As a teenager, she assisted/volunteered at a household for the mentally disabled, which led to a lot of years and corporations. June was very active in the church choir, youth leader, Sunday School instructor, kitchen chairwoman, bazaar wreath makers, altar decorations, shut-in visitations and phone calls, and church thrift store. She was also quite included in the group serving with the Pink Cross Blood Bank, library, 4-H chief, city board clerk, knitting for veterans. June was active in the faculty. She was a home mother, looking through rooms, video game maker and play helper, Junior Wonderful Guides facilitator and field journey escort. June was also included in serving to the aged and new moms and donated heaps of food and other products.

June loved playing playing cards, and video games ended up almost certainly her preferred pastime, but only for “bragging rights”. Even so, journey, gardening and canning, knitting, examining, cooking, and checking out with other people today were being also specific passions. She specifically relished paying out time with her spouse and children, granddaughter and close friends.

June handed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at home in Hutchinson, at the age of 75 a long time.

Blessed be her memory.

June is survived by her husband, Raymond Adamek of Hutchinson son, Michael (Lisa) Adamek of Hutchinson granddaughter, Hannah Adamek of Hutchinson sibling, Jean (Jon) Hilde of Grand Marias any other relations and friends.

June is preceded in dying by her mother and father, Elmer and Lydia Klatt sisters, Elaine Karg, Emily Klatt brother, John Klatt and specific Aunt, Bernetta Klatt.

The family members invitations everyone to the luncheon at the church promptly following the committal assistance.

Preparations by Dobratz-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Hutchinson. On the net obituaries and guest reserve obtainable at