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June A. Jakavick Jun 25, 1933 - Jan 26, 2021

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June "JJ" A. Jakavick (nee Scheid), age 87, of Brookhaven, PA, formerly of Millsboro, DE, passed away January 26, 2021 in her home. She was the last living child of the late Alfred D. Scheid and Elizabeth (Hamilton) Scheid of Newtown Square. Her late sisters were Ruth Caldwell and Betty Haelle, and brother Charles Scheid. Widow of William Jakavick, and devoted mother to her two surviving children Mariann (Jakavick) Stewart and William L. Jakavick. Survived by her seven grandchildren, Nick, Billy, Allison, Taylor, Jordan, Blair and Travis. June was adored by all who knew her. She was so very giving and opened her home to her late sister, Ruth, her neice Sandy, her son and daughter and grandkids in their time of need. She was always there for her family. She so much enjoyed Bingo at the Amvets, was a awesome bowler in her younger days and loved playing cards with friends and family. In her last years she loved her Game Show Network and always enjoyed challenging her memory at Jeopardy. June retired from Congoleum Safety Store and Western & Southern Insurance Co. before that. In lieu of flowers: Donations may be made in June’s name to The American Cancer Society (; or American Diabetes Assn. ( There will be a Memorial Service to honor mom’s life at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home, 5980 Chichester Ave, Aston, PA 19014 on February 28, 2021 at 1:30-2:45 for visitation and Service at 3:00 Service. Due to Covid restrictions we will not have a luncheon after the service, but will plan a gathering in the summer to celebrate June’s life and share memories.


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Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home

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Begins: Feb 28, 2021 3:00pm - 3:30pm

5980 Chichester Ave

Aston, PA 19014


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Lou and Kay Voigt says:

Submitted on: Feb 28, 2021

June, we will miss your beautiful smile and contagious laugh. Such a sweet, kind Lady. Rest in peace June until we meet again .Love Lou and Kay

Jim and Dawne Strawley says:

Submitted on: Feb 24, 2021

You will be missed Aunt June. I knew I could always count on you to put a smile on my face. You were a ray of sunshine in this world.

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