June Helen Beckman Egan, 93


June Helen Beckman Egan of Silver Spring, MD was born at home in Trenton, New Jersey, died September 29, 2020. She resided in Pennington, NJ until recently. She was 93 years old.

June graduated from Hamilton High School June, 1945. She attended Jersey City Medical Center School of Nursing, graduating in June, 1948. She attained “Registered Nurse” status after passing the NJ State Board of Nursing Examination.

June worked at a number of hospitals, including: Fitkin Memorial (Neptune, NJ), Miami Valley Hospital (Dayton, OH), Mercer Hospital (Trenton, NJ), and Ireland Army Hospital (Fort Knox, KY). June also did private duty nursing.

June was an active volunteer. She led a Cub Scout pack and volunteered at the Pennington Free Public Library for over 25 years. She also babysat for a number of families in Pennington over many years. She stayed in touch with these families and their children right up until the end of her life.

June was the devoted wife of Thomas Vincent Leo Egan, who died in 1974. June is survived by her two sons, Mark (Sandra) Egan of Takoma Park, MD and Matthew (Stephanie) Egan of Houston, TX, and by her six granddaughters, Tara (Steve), Shannon, Alexis, Bridget, Emily, and Amanda Egan. She was predeceased by her brother, Rhine Beckman, Jr., of Yardley, PA. She is also survived by her nephews, Bruce (Debbie) Beckman of Myrtle Beach, SC, Christian Beckman of Trenton, NJ and Thomas (Sandy) Beckman of Trenton, NJ.

A confirmed member of Advent Lutheran Church of Trenton, NJ, until it disbanded, June joined Abiding Presence Lutheran Church , Ewing Township. When she relocated to Maryland, she joined Saint Luke Lutheran Church, Silver Spring, MD.

Visitation will be held outdoors at Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in Ewing at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 11. Outdoor memorial service at 3:00. Interment at Pennington Cemetery, with outdoor reception to follow.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements are by The Wilson-Apple Funeral Home, Pennington, NJ. Condolences are welcome at www.wilsonapple.com.