Jul C. Mall

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Jul C. Mall

January 24, 1925 - December 17, 2018

Jul C. Mall Jul C. Mall, 93, died Monday, Dec. 17, at Waterford Crossing Healthcare, Goshen.
She was born Jan. 24, 1925, in rural Longford, Kansas, to John and Lillian (Carlson) Dulohery.
Survivors include two children, Durwin (Shirley) Mall, Clay Center, Kansas, and Nola (Douglas) Pyle, New Paris; four grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren, Dustin Smith, Hays, Kansas, Jennifer (Smith) Budreau, McKinney, Texas, LaVerene (Pyle) Garner, Thomasville, North Carolina, Derrick Pyle, Seattle, Washington, Lauren (Mall) Weishaar, Kansas City, Kansas; and Lance Mall, Cincinnati, Ohio; a great-grandchild, Ellery Garner, Thomasville, North Carolina; and five step-great-grandchildren whom reside in Kansas and Texas, Brandon, Kelsi, Sabryn, Pacey and Kingston.
Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Frederick "Fritz" W. Mall.
Jul was a proud resident of Clay County, Kansas, for most of her life. In later years, she moved to Goshen.
Throughout her life, she enjoyed studying her family's genealogy and being involved in her community. She was a longtime member of St. John's Catholic Church, Goshen, and St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Clay Center, Kansas, where her grandfather helped build the original church pews and altar.
She was a lifetime member of the VFW in support of her late husband who was a World War II veteran. There was not a bingo game she didn't love or a missed hair appointment!
Her family will greatly miss her enthusiasm for a good game of cards, her stories of times long ago past and her general zest for life.
A graveside service will be take place in Clay Center, Kansas, at a later date.
Yoder-Culp Funeral Home, Goshen, is assisting with arrangements.
Published on December 18, 2018
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