June M. Cornell, 72, of West Haven passed away on July 19, 2019 at the St. Raphael's Campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital. She was the beloved wife of Ted Cornell. She was born in Bridgeport on June 15, 1947, daughter of the late Earl and Valerie (Sniadecki) Moring. June worked for Pathmark Supermarket in Orange, Shop-Rite in West Haven, and was a pharmacy technician at Walgreens in Orange and West Haven. She was a bowling and bingo fanatic, and enjoyed trips to the casino with her mother. She will be remembered as the most loving and thoughtful person in the world. Along with her husband, she is survived by her children, Tanya Cornell, Adrianna Cornell-Pinto, and Christopher Cornell. Funeral arrangements are private and in the care of Beecher & Bennett Funeral Home, Hamden. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in June's name may be made to the American Lung Association at www.lung.org, or American Lung Association National Direct Response Headquarters, 1200 Hosford Street, Suite 101, Hudson, WI 54016-9316.

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  1. I miss you mom, I wish you were here but I know that you were in so much pain for a long time and I wouldn’t want that for you anymore. Miss you so much but have you in my heart and around me all the time.

  2. The light of my life you will always live in my heart and mind till my final day . We will meet up again because our love will last till the end of time .

  3. June, I want to thank you for all of the guidance, advice and pep talks you had given me while I was growing up. You were like a second Mom to me. You opened up your home to me when I was lost. You are a generous, thoughtful and strong woman and will be dearly missed by many. Your distinct laugh and voice will always be in my memory. May you rest in eternal peace Juniper Breeze. Love, Jenny Campaniolo-Remetta

  4. Thank you 🏻 Jenny she loved you and appreciated the calls you made to check on her and holiday cards. I know you will miss her as much as all of us because you were a daughter to her and please keep her in your heart and all those memories constant in your mind so they don’t fade.

  5. You were such a good friend, with wise advice, so saddened to hear you’re no longer with us. I often think of our bowling days. Next time it thunders, I’ll be thinking of you and by the sound of the thunder I’ll judge how many pins you got down, lol, it’ll be our little game. Love ya old friend, till we meet again

  6. To the Family and Friends of June,,our hearts are broken for such a great loss , Heaven has received a beautiful Angel June, Our thoughts and prayers are with all her family and friends. God Bless you all..–
    My sweet Friend June, you will be missed by so many friends and associates, you were always there for anyone who needed help, your love and compassion of giving yourself will always be in our hearts. You had this laughter that would brighten up the whole room , It’s been a pleasure knowing and working with you, we had good laughs together. Be at peace now,,,,until we meet again my Sweet Friend June.
    Always in my Heart –
    Lorraine Mobiglia

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