Tributes paid to well known woman who spent most of her working life in Boots in March
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A woman who was a well known face in Boots chemists in March for most of her working life has died.
June Warrington was the window dresser in the store in the 1960s and was known to many who she served at the tills.
Her daughter Samantha Hale said: “Lots of you will remember my Mum, June Warrington who passed away on January 12.
“She worked in Boots the Chemist in March for most of her working life, apart from a few years at John Lewis.
“She was also associated with various committees including Neighbourhood Watch, British Heart Foundation, March Education Trust and previously March Town United FC and the March Carnival.”
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Tributes have been paid by people in the town who praised her helpful manner and infectious laugh.
One person on a Facebook page said: “I remember your mum in Boots and she was a lovely lady.”
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Another commented: “She always had a smile and time for you.”
Another told of how in the 1960’s June was the Boots window dresser while another said: “Lovely helpful lady remember her well.”
“Lovely memories of June - her smile and infectious laugh,” said another person while one said June was: “A part of my life growing up in March...going shopping in Boots.”
• The funeral will take place at 2.30pm on Friday January 27 at St Mary’s Church March, followed by Fenland Crematorium.