| June Keithley|
| Roman Catholicism|
| 10 March 1947 (1947-03-10) Manila, Philippines|
Broadcaster, Marian devotee
Angelo Diego Castro III
November 24, 2013, St. Luke's Medical Center, Quezon City, Philippines
Angelo Castro, Jr. (m. ?–2012)
Angelo Castro, Jr., Diego Castro, Gabriella Castro, Angelica Castro, Angelo Castro, Sr.
Loyola Memorial Park, Metro Manila
June Keithley Wikipedia
June Keithley-Castro (10 March 1947 – 24 November 2013) was a Filipina actress and broadcast journalist.
Castro was born to a Cebuano mother and an American father. She studied at St. Paul College, where she was mentored by James B. Reuter. She married broadcaster Angelo Castro, Jr. in 1973 and the couple had three children: Diego, an actor and anchor of UNTV, Gabriella, and Angelica.
Prior to becoming a journalist, Castro had a television and film career. She was part of the cast in the defunct ABS-CBN comedy-gag show Super Laff-In from 1969 until 1972. She appeared in several films, including Durog (1971), and Lunes, Martes, Miyerkules, Huwebes, Biyernes, Sabado, Linggo (1976).
At the height of People Power Revolution of 1986, Castro was working at Radyo Bandido and called on the Filipino people to come to EDSA.
In 2009, Castro was diagnosed with breast cancer and told she had three years to live. She died, aged 66, on 24 November 2013, at Saint Luke's Medical Center, Makati City, Metro Manila.
Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda issued a statement announcing her death on Philippine television.
Castro hosted a religious program called "The Woman clothed with the Sun".
During the administration of Corazon Aquino, Castro was conferred the Philippine Legion of Honor, becoming a reservist in the Armed Forces of the Philippines with the rank of general.
In 2013, she and Reuter were given a plaque of recognition and the Spirit of EDSA award during the 27th year commemoration of the EDSA People Power Revolution.