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Marhoul, Juliet Emma (Albertson) Schnitzler 1929 - 2017


Posted By: Joy Moore (email)
Date: 9/8/2017 at 11:48:42

Juliet Marhoul, age 88, of Decorah, IA, died on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at Wellington Place in Decorah, IA.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 9, 2017, at the Burr Oak Lutheran Church, 2358 – 360th Street, Burr Oak, IA, with Rev. Matt Larson presiding. Burial will be in the Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Iowa.

Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 p.m., on Friday, September 8, 2017 at the Schluter – Balik Funeral Home, 604 South Avenue in Decorah, IA, and also after 10:00 a.m., at the church on Saturday morning.

Juliet Emma (Albertson) Marhoul was born on July 2, 1929 the daughter of Joseph and Ella (Blomgren) Albertson at home in rural Winneshiek County, IA. She attended country school near Spillville through eighth grade. Julie moved to Waterloo and worked as a waitress. She was united in marriage to Milton Schnitzler on August 15, 1947 in Cresco, IA. Together they had four children: Janice, Larry, Gary and Edith. She worked at home on the farm and raised their children. When they were all in school, she started to work off the farm by driving school bus for a year, working at HECO in Harmony for a short time and working at DECO in Decorah for 27 years. Milton passed away in 1982. Julie remarried in 1985 to George Marhoul who had six children of his own and together they loved their new blended family. Julie had a love for music and dancing. She met Milton at a dance and they enjoyed dances throughout their lives together. When Julie was no longer able to kick-up her heels, she enjoyed listening to polka music. Julie loved to cook and bake and was very good at it. Everyone looked forward to getting a pail of her special cookies. She shared this legacy with her children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren by teaching and sharing her skills including a cookbook with all of her favorite recipes. The real passion of her life was her large family. She loved them all with her whole heart and everyone loved her right back. This relationship and memories will be cherished forever.

Juliet is survived by her four children: Janice Prochaska, Iowa City, IA; Larry (Susan) Schnitzler, Eagan, MN; Gary (Cindy) Schnitzler, Decorah, IA; Edith (Mark) Dawley, Decorah, IA. Six stepchildren: Gary Marhoul, Menomonie, WI; Susan Russell, Ridgeway, IA; Linda Lacey, Fountain, MN; Tom Marhoul, Ridgeway, IA; Kathy Blumer, Eldridge, IA; Julie (Jeff) Lewison, Rochester, MN. Eighteen grandchildren; Jolonda (Dennis) Mihalovich, Julie (Bart) Floyd; Jacob (Christina) Schnitzler; Luke (Kim) Schnitzler; Catina (Joe) Ward; Caleb (Paula) Schnitzler; Heidi (John) Sobolik; Joey Dawley (Lori); Jarrod Dawley (friend Tara), Jessica (Travis) Djuren, Steve (Whitney) Hughes, Rachel Russell, Noah Lacey, Ashley and Kori Blumer, Shania, Skyler and Virgil Lewison. 22 great- grandchildren; 7 great-great -grandchildren; brothers and sisters-in-law: Sandy Albertson, Betty Josephson, Evelyn Schnitzler, Joyce Mailey, Charles Schnitzler, Edna Lou Schrandt, Donald (Carol) Schnitzler, Dorothy Kay (Ronald) Barth. Aunt Mabel Hovden, many nieces and nephews.

Julie was preceded in death by her husband’s Milton Schnitzler and George Marhoul; parents Joseph and Ella (Blomgren) Albertson; Mother and Father-in-law John and Edith (Hiller) Schnitzler, Julia Pecka; sister: Elnora (Curtis) Marlow, brothers: Junior, Jerry and Gerald Albertson; sons-in-law: Joe Prochaska, Chuck Hughes, Randy Russell, Will Lacey, daughter-in-law Barb Marhoul; brothers and sisters-in-law Carl (Mabel) Schnitzler, Margaret (Louis) Kamp (Kenneth Faaberg) , John Schnitzler, Frances Schnitzler, Ted Schrandt.

Source: Schluter - Balik Funeral Home database

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