June Roberts

June 14, 1922-July 10, 2017

June Roberts, 95,

Garrison, formerly of

Douglas, died on Monday,

July 10, 2017 at the

Benedictine Living Center

in Garrison. Funeral ser-

vices will be held on Sa-

turday at 10:30 a.m. at

Trinity Lutheran Church

in Douglas. Burial will be

at the Douglas City

Cemetery.

Visitation will be held

on Friday from 2 to 6 at

Thompson Funeral Home

in Garrison.

June Rose was born

June 14, 1922 to Joseph

and Bonnie (Johnson)

Bentley and was raised

and educated southwest

of Douglas. She married

Randal Roberts on De-

cember 1, 1946. They

made their home in Doug-

las where they farmed

small grains and raised

their children, Ramona,

Zachary, Norman, and Ro-

bin. Randal died on Janu-

ary 25, 1975. June contin-ued to live in Douglas for

many years before moving

to the Benedictine Living

Center in Garrison.

June had a tremendous

love for her family. She

loved when her entire

family was able to get to-

gether, especially at

Christmas time. Her

grandchildren and

great-grandchildren were

her absolute priority, tak-

ing care of them whenev-

er she possibly could. In

her spare time she en-

joyed mowing the lawn

and watching after her an-

imals. Her cats were

spoiled and each had a

unique name, some not

necessarily politically

correct! She was a

member of Trinity Luth-

eran Church in Douglas

where she was very active

with the ladies aid and

was also a member of the

Douglas Nifty Fifties.

June is survived by: her

children, Ramona

(Lawrence) Talbott, Doug-

las, ND, Zack (Marion)

Roberts, Garrison, ND,

Norman Roberts, Grand

Forks, ND, and Robin

(Joan) Roberts, Garrison,

ND; grandchildren, Tonya

(Mike) Balaban, Garrison,

ND, Michelle Roberts,

Belleville, IL, Chad (Kris-

tine) Talbott, Max, ND,

Rachel (Eric) Ross,

Mooresville, NC, Laura

Gray, Max, ND, Nicole

Roberts (Daniel Wagner),

Fargo, ND, Natalie Paul-

son, Van Couver, WA,

Angela (John) Devine, Ita-

ly, Heidi Roberts, Minot,

ND, and Heath Roberts,

Douglas, ND; 18

great-grandchildren; and

numerous nieces and

nephews.

She was preceded in

death by: her husband,

Randal; granddaughter,

Traci Talbott; and sister,

Clara Mae Petterson.

In lieu of flowers the

family prefers memorials

to the Camp of the Cross

in Garrison or the

Benedictine Living Center

in Garrison.

To sign the online regis-

ter go to www.garrison

thompson.com.