June Ann Kuhlmann

June Ann Kuhlmann, 71, of Omaha, Nebraska, died Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at her daughter’s home in Springdale, Arkansas.  She was born June 6, 1949 in (Denison) Iowa to Herbert and Maxine (Koch) Namanny.  June was affectionately known as “Jello-Shot June” and had a fun-loving, adventurous spirit.  She was a mom to many over the years. She always thought of others and showed them she was thinking of them through her crazy items gift giving. She loved to make people laugh.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Byron Kuhlmann, in 2017, and by three brothers, Randy, Gene and Jim Namanny.

June is survived by two children, Tonya Pleggenkuhle and husband Todd of Springdale, Travis Kuhlmann of Omaha; two brothers, Larry Namanny of Weed, California, Curtis Namanny of Brandon, Mississippi; four grandchildren, Jordan Butler and husband Nelson, Courtney Pleggenkuhle, Tyler Kuhlmann, Arien Kuhlmann; 17 nieces and nephews; and many dear friends.

A family memorial service will be held Saturday, October 10th in Omaha.

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Gloria Velasquez
Gloria Velasquez
19 days ago

My 28th Jello shots brithday

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Kim parnell
Kim parnell
19 days ago

I loved going to her house she was always cooking something good and her fudge was the bet I will miss her I will miss her smile I never saw her with anything but a smile and laughter rip my friend

Cindy Namanny
Cindy Namanny
16 days ago

June was a woman that brought celebration into living. She was able to entertain niece and nephews on a nickel! The gifts, always silly , but every gift had a thought and a purpose behind it. She wanted everyone she knew to know the joy of laughter and fun.

Becky Anderson
Becky Anderson
15 days ago

June always brought the laughter into everything we did. Her silly,crazy things she liked to go do were always an adventure that ended up with everyone laughing about them. Her smile was contagious. I will never forget her.

Jackie szynskie
Jackie szynskie
13 days ago

The entire world should be in morning, as God has taken one of his angels from us. I am grateful to have known June. She will continue to be one I talk to when I need an ear to listen. She is one of the most kind hearted woman I’ve ever known. She always had the funniest stories, we’d sit and just laugh together. I think June would want us to celebrate her life. I’m greatful for the time I was given with her. I’m sad for everyone who didn’t get a chance to meet this women. Family: thank you… Read more »