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Margaret Limprecht
May 20, 1927 Jan. 13, 2017
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Margaret June Limprecht, 1927-2017 - photo by Contributed to the Courier

Margaret Limprecht

May 20, 1927 - Jan. 13, 2017

A public memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 4 at First Presbyterian Church, 2619 N. Berkeley Ave., Turlock for June Limprecht, 89, of Ceres. She passed away on Jan. 13, 2017 of Parkinson's disease.

A luncheon will follow at the church.

Born May 21, 1927 in Durango, Colo., to William Norton and Margaret Neary, she married Richard Limprecht July 18, 1947 and settled in Ceres in 1950.

June dedicated her life to volunteer work. She was a founding member, deacon, and youth director of the Harvest Presbyterian Church of Ceres and a long-standing member of the Tuolumne River Lodge. In 1965 and 1966, she, along with her husband Richard, hosted an American Field Service exchange students.

June was a charter member of the Ceres Junior Woman's Club and served its president. She also served as president of the Caswell Elementary school

PTA and as a leader for the Brownies and Cub Scouts.

She loved to cook and sew. She helped organize the Persephone Guild strawberry breakfast, and her biscuit recipe was used for years. She also cooked for the Harvest Presbyterian youth group. June worked summers for Hunt Wesson and as a bookkeeper for Paul's Rexall Drug and Dr. Barker. During her retirement years she and Richard enjoyed traveling with their trailer to Alaska, Mexico, and throughout the United States.

June is survived by her daughter, Coni (Don) Goudeau of Ceres; her sons, Russell Limprecht of Turlock and Rodney (Susan) Limprecht of Portland, Ore.; her daughter-in-law, Paulette Kraft of Albright, W.V., and eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Thanks to Provident Care, Paramount Court Senior Living, Turlock Nursing & Rehabilitation, and Community Hospice for their loving care provided these last five years.

-Ceres (Calif.) Courier
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017