June Eldeen Brewick was born June 1, 1937 to Julius and Elsie (Arhart) Feistner at their rural Woonsocket farm home. June was baptized and confirmed at Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Lane, SD. She attended her first eight years of school at Rock Valley and graduated from Lane High School in 1955. June attended the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing where she completed her RN degree in 1958.
She married Wayne Brewick at Storla Lutheran Church on February 14, 1960. They lived in Mitchell for one year before moving to Chicago for two years where June worked in OR at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital. June retired as an RN after forty years of working in several positions in the Mitchell area.
June lived in the same house in Mitchell for 50 years. They had three sons who attended grade school at Longfellow School and graduated from Mitchell High School. They attended Trinity Lutheran Church. June was involved in many Trinity Lutheran Church activities, serving as president of the women’s group for a term. She was also active in Mission Action making quilts and putting together kits for World Relief.
The family spent much time traveling and fishing with their camper and boat. June and Wayne belonged to the Mitchell Good Sam Campers Club and went on many trips as well as many group bus trips. They also spent many summers traveling the state attending their son’s swim meets.
June is survived by three sons, Mark (Deb) Brewick, Des Moines, IA; Lynn (Paula) Brewick, Aurora, CO; Noel (Laura) Brewick, Atlanta, GA; a granddaughter, Elsie Brewick, step- grandchildren: Erin (Adam) Povah, Brendan (Leigh) Shaw; three step-great-grandchildren: Owen, Aubrey, and Aiden Povah; brothers: Leonard (LouAnn) Feistner, Wayne Feistner; sisters: Vera Miller, Gloria Doohen and sisters-in-law: Marla Feistner and Betty Christensen.
June was preceded in death by husband, Wayne, sister, Fern Levtzow, brother, Darrell Feistner, sister-in-law, Donna Feistner and brothers-in-law, Norman Christensen and Edward Miller.
In lieu of flowers and plants, the family requests all memorials to be
directed to Trinity Lutheran Church, Mitchell, SD.