Julie was born on November 2, 1957 to Milton and the late Beverly Vosejpka. She grew up the 2nd oldest of 8 children. She graduated high school in 1975. She went to technical college and got her certification in Nursing Assistant. She started working at Northfield Hospital in 1978 where she worked in the long term care til her death. She married Robert Neuhaus on October 15, 1983 and their only child Stephanie was born in 1986. Julie loved baseball especially the Dundas Dukes and the Twins. She also was loved selling Avon. She loved spending time with her family and the dog Rubie. She was diagnosed with a tumor in October 2018. She had surgery in December and as pre caution did radiaton to get rid of what the surgery couldn’t get to. Then in March of 2019 she started feeling sick and was diagnosed with Leiomyosarcoma. She knew it was aggressive and started chemo. She ended up the hospital and passed away on May 19,2019 after a intestinal bleed. She will be missed by many!
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