June Moffatt

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(April 20, 1926 -- May 31, 2018)

June Moffatt (previously Konigsberg) was a LA area fan. She was on numerous LA area convention committees. She was a member of LASFS, attending her first meeting in 19 47, and had been an officer, including president. She had been a member of SCIFI, The Petards, the DREGS of L.A. Fandom, the Burroughs Bibliophiles, the Blustering Gales of the SW and the Curious Collectors of Baker St. She was one of the founders of Bouchercon and chaired three of them.

She was the daughter of sf writer Louise Leipiar (L. Major Reynolds). She married fan Eph Konigsberg (m. 1949, d. 1964), and then Len Moffatt (m. December 10, 1966) and with him was TAFF winner in 1973. Many of their offices, publications and accomplishments were joint.

She was a member of the First Fandom club. She was also one of the last five members of CAPA -- along with John L. Coker III, Barbara Harmon, Jon D. Swartz, and Ray Faraday Nelson -- and contributed to CAPA's monthly 5X5 (June's Notes). CAPA was disbanded early in 2019 due to the deaths and resignations of some of the members.

Photo, ca. 1945 with her mom, Louise Leipiar.

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Illustrated tributes and remembrances by Mike Glyer, Lee Gold, Barbara Gratz Harmon, and Jon D. Swartz appeared in the New Series #56, 2nd Quarter 2018 issue of Scientifiction: The First Fandom Report.

Person Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 19262018

Also involved: - A Flash of Blue - Ben Singer - Best Lines - CRAP - Edward D. Hoch - Evelyn Leipiar - Five X Five - Frank Dietz - Freff - John D. MacDonald - Moffatt House - Stan Woolston - The Patter of Fannish Feats or the Feats of Fannish Patter - Westercon 18

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