In Memory of
June C. Springer

June C. Springer, 96, formerly of Williamsport, passed away on Thursday, August 13, 2020. She was born on February 12, 1924 in Williamsport, PA, the daughter of the late Warren W. Carson and Laura I. (Bennett) Carson. She was married in Dec of 1947 to the late F. Kenneth Springer.


She is survived by her son Ken Springer and his wife, Sara, of Huffman, Texas, with whom she lived for the past three years. She is also survived by her sister, Lois C. Betz of Bellefonte and her sister-in law, Ruth E. Carson of Jersey Shore. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Warren H. (Eulodie), W. Samuel (Ann), James B, and Carl S (Joanne).  She also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.


June graduated from Howard High School in 1942 and The Pennsylvania State University in 1946 with a Bachelor's in Business Administration. After graduation she was employed by Piper Aircraft in Lock Haven, PA, where she earned her pilots license. After acquiring her CPA she was employed as the accountant for Fink's Sporting Goods in Williamsport and eventually bought the business, which then became June's Sporting Goods. She retired from this business after selling her store in 1990but she continued to do income taxes for family and friends for many years after that.  She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.  June was always interested in the stock market and watched her investments very closely. In later years she played bingo often with many of her friends. One of her favorite things to do was traveling to different locations, she had been to most of the states in the US, numerous Caribbean islands and several countries in Europe. Her most beloved times were spent with family members. You never knew where she might decide to go, it was always an adventure.


Funeral services and burial will be at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Sanders Mortuary in Williamsport. Online condolences may be made on the Sanders Mortuary web site used the tribute wall.


This was written by Tara J. Day and describes my mother perfectly:


Junie, as she was lovingly called by family members, is remembered by her great niece, Tara J. Day with the following: Junie pursued and achieved many of her dreams. Often these dreams and aspirations were beyond a woman for her time, but she never let that stop her. She was a woman of the most impressive balance of character of any human that would have crossed your path. She had great intelligence, strong opinions, amazing determination, a passion for adventure and the most generous, kind and forgiving heart. For those of us that were fortunate enough to be a part of her journey, she gave us a wonderful example to live by. She showed us how to live, doing what we desire and not to let limitations get in our way. She walked tall with confidence and gave us endless support in our endeavors. She demonstrated to us all how to stand for what you believe ;in and how to do it with grace. But most importantly she lived this life of strength, passion and determination, with tremendous amount of generosity and love. She was a woman before her time and a life so well lived, those of us she has left behind, have much to do to fill her void.