June McCormick Tiner, 75, of May, passed away May 28, 2017 at Abilene Regional Hospital after a short illness.

A memorial service will be held at Austin Avenue Church of Christ at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 1, 2017 with Doug Crum officiating. A burial will follow at Burkett Cemetery in Burkett, where she will be laid to rest beside her parents.

June was born in Abilene on Sept. 29, 1941 to L.S. and Billie McCormick. She lived most of her life in Fort Worth, and she graduated Polytechnix High School. She led a successful business career as an insurance underwriter. After the birth of her three daughters, she became a stay at home mom and then finished her career at Fort Worth Christian school and served in numerous secretarial positions. She retired in 2004.

On July 12, 1974 she married John R. Tiner of Graham in Fort Worth. They were blessed with three beautiful daughters and faithfully followed them to all of their many school activities. They were members of Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ until they retired and moved to Lake Brownwood to live close to her sister and brother-in-law.

At the time of her death, they were members of Austin Avenue Church of Christ where she and john together organized and cooked Wednesday evening meals for members of the church.

June and John have spent the last 14 years pouring their love and energy into watching their seven grandchildren’s various activities. June also enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers, and she loved to read. Some of her other favorite activities were attending a Thursday Bible study with her close friends and spending time with her family.

June Tiner is survived by her husband of 42 years, John R. Tiner; three daughters, Jennifer Crum and husband Doug of Hobbs, New Mexico, Jaime Perkins and husband Blake of Rockwall, and Janelle Cole and husband Andrew of Abilene; seven grandchildren, Wyatt Crum, Jacob Cole, Macie Perkins, Maddie Perkins, Joshua Cole, Lilly Crum, and Gracie Crum; sisters, Sandra Biehl and husband Jerry of May, and Leah Ann Greer and husband Sam of Lake Brownwood; brother, Lloyd McCormick and wife Rhonda of Groesbeck; and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Memorials may be made in honor of June Tiner to Cherokee Children’s Home or Christian Homes of Abilene.