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NAME: Clapsaddle, Helen June (m. Charles Henry Vivian Row)

OBIT: Idaho Statesman, Boise ID, 12 Apr 2001

Helen June Row "June"
 June Row, age 76, of Boise, passed away Tuesday, April 10, 2001, at a local hospital.
 June was born June 1, 1924, at Mitchell, S.D., to Claude and Bertha Clappsaddle. She moved to Boise with her family in 1927. She met her husband, Charles, in 1938, and they were married June 28, 1944.
 June attended Franklin Grade School and Franklin High School. They raised seven wonderful children, whom she loved with all her heart. She also had 19 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Through her 54 years of marriage she enjoyed them very much. In the summers, she would plan things to do with them.
 June was a member of The Salvation Army Church, also a life member of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary #2, a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary #63, and a member of American Legion #100. She was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home and AARP. She was a member of the Good Sam Boise Road Runners, and her husband belonged to a CB club. Her handle was "Submarine." She was also state queen of TOPS in 1974. She was retired from the Senior Volunteer Program of the Garden City Senior Center.
 She loved all the years she had parties and decorated at the Garden City Senior Center. She had many jobs there and sat on the board of directors whenever she could.
 Preceding her in death were her father and mother; two sisters, Kay and Eula; her son, Randy, and her husband of 54 years, Charles (Charley).
 She is survived by six children: her sons, Gary Row and wife, Paula, Tom Row and wife, Sun, and Robert Row; and her daughters, Janet Gentry and husband, Virgil, Cathie Austin and husband, John, and Christy Danielson and husband, Van. She leaves 19 grandchildren, Jason, Sharmin, John, Jeffrey, Jamie, Jay, Jinue, James, Justin, Robert, Heather, Steven, Eric, Andrew, Kayla, Kimber, Toben, R.J. Jr., and Sammy; one godchild Kimber Lee and one brother, Claude Clappsaddle.
 There will be a public viewing this evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Cloverdale Funeral Home. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at Cloverdale Funeral Home, followed by a reception, then interment at Dry Creek Cemetery. Services are under direction of Cloverdale Funeral Home.

contributed by Betty Rasmussen