Elva June (Babcock) Randall

Died: Sat., Dec. 15, 2012


Interment


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Sat., Dec. 22, 2012
Location: Christ United Methodist Church


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Funeral services for Elva "June" (Babcock) Randall, 83, will be held at 10:00 A.M. on
Saturday, December 22,2012 at the Christ United Methodist Church, 1868 S. Poplar,
Casper, Wyoming with Reverend William D. "Mac" McGrew officiating.

June passed away peacefully on December 15, 2012 at Central Wyoming Hospice and
Transitions. June was born on September 10, 1929 in Steele City, Nebraska the
daughter of Kennith and Zelma (Anderson) Babcock. She was raised in Steele City and
Fairbury, Nebraska. She attended Fairbury Junior College and Concordia Teachers
College in Seward, Nebraska where she earned her teaching certificate. After coming to
Wyoming she continued her education graduating from the University of Wyoming with
a Bachelor's Degree in Education. She began her teaching in Nebraska and then in
Casper. She worked 43 years in the Natrona County School District. Her early years in
Casper began with special needs children and then into 1st and 2nd grades. She always
credited Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morgan for helping her settle into the Casper area. An
accomplished pianist she accompanied many singing groups and musicians including
the church choir for services in her Nebraska Church. Early in her school career she
prepared and conducted musical presentations with her students, particularly at
Christmas time. June was involved with the Older Youth Fellowship, a young group of
people from the First United Methodist Church and that is where she met her husband
of 46 years/Hilton Randall. They were married on August 6, 1955 in Fairbury. They
made their home in Casper and raised their family.

After her retirement in 1992, she continued to substitute teach and did some tutoring.
June chose her profession well as she cared about the education of children and
especially those with special needs. She was also involved with their families, many of
those that she continued to keep in touch with.

June enjoyed traveling and made many trips with her very close friend, Betty Davis.
Together they traveled extensively and had many memorable excursions and cruises.
June also enjoyed camping with her family and recently found she a had knack for
fishing. She enjoyed being out on the lake and camping in her motorhome. In the past
few years she had been camping, fishing and recently attended an all town reunion in
her hometown of Steele City.

June was a member of the Kappa Kappa Iota Sorority, Christ United Methodist Church,
United Methodist Women, the Retired Mountain View Teachers, Casper Whirlwinds and
Ghostown Good Sam Clubs, Round-Up Club, Casper F.O.E. # 306, and the Evanston
Elks Lodge.

June is survived by her son, John Randall of Evanston, Wyoming, daughter, Bonnie
(Steve) Wilson, grandchildren, Jason Crotteau, Craig and Katie Wilson and great granddaughter Bailey Gardner all of Casper.



June was preceded in death by her husband Hilton in 2001, and her parents.
Graveside and Internment services will be held at the Wheatland Cemetery, Wheatland,
WY, on December 22, 2012 at 2:00 P.M.

Memorials be made to the Casper Humane Society, Christ United Methodist Church,
Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions, or a charity of the donors choice.

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Jolene Anderson Darnold ( cousin)
   Posted Tue December 18, 2012
My cousin June and I didn't know each other too well in younger years, but we became good friends in the last few years. I am better off having known her. We once took a driving tour around Wymore, where she had once taught school, and saw all the old places she knew. We also took a tour of a number of really old cemeteries, where our ancestors were buried in Nebraaska and Kansas. We were so much alike. Not sure who could out talk the other!!! She was always so cheerful, no matter what. June, I'll surely miss you, and be seeing you before long. May God Bless you and those you've left behind.

Lowell and Linda Pierce
   Posted Wed December 19, 2012
Our condolences goes out to June's family and she was a wonderful lady. We were very lucky to have June and Hillton as friends in our lives.

Vicki Bouska(Fresorger)
   Posted Wed December 19, 2012
Bonnie and John,
Truly sorry to read that Aunt June has passed.She will be at peace now and in alot better place then this world is getting to be.
My prayers and condolences will be in my heart for you and families.

Love,
cousin Vicki..Billings,Mt.

David Tollman Anderson
   Posted Thu December 20, 2012
I am, I believe, the youngest of the Anderson cousins(age 66). I only met June a few times but enjoyed meeting her. I especially remember aunt Zelma and her "snappy" dressing, and make-up. I was not aware of how musical June was. Neat. Her grandfather Tom Anderson died young, but supposedly played a fiddle. I played drums and keyboard in bands for 30 years. June brought the joy of music to a lot of people. That truely was a gift to all who heard her play.
God bless your family. Our thoughts are with you.

Patty Sanford
   Posted Thu December 20, 2012
Bonnie & John,
I was very surprised about your mom as I did not know she was dealing with cancer. I have many memories about your mom, she was so laid back and would do anything for anybody. It amazed me how she travelled in her own motor home and learned how to fish. When I think or your mom it brings a smile to my face. I am very sorry for your loss.
Love,
Patty

Marjorie Coe
   Posted Fri December 21, 2012
I would like to add my condolences to the family. June was a great addition to the Anderson family tree. Marjorie Anderson Coe

Annette Tripp
   Posted Wed January 02, 2013
Dear Bonnie and John,

I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a wonderful woman and she will be greatly missed.

Love,

Annette (Crabb)

Angie Wilson-Birkle
   Posted Thu January 03, 2013
I am very sad to hear of Mrs. Randall's passing. She was my second grade teacher at Mtn. View Elementary School. And one of my favorite teachers, still to this day. Even after all of these years she remembered who i was and would always stop to say hello and ask how i have been. She was a wonderful lady with a beautiful soul. My deepest condolences to her family and loved ones.

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