In Memory

Julie W. Jones (Marrs)

Julie Jones Marrs, passed away on Monday, May 13, 2019. Julie was 72 and resided in Minnetonka.

Born October 22, 1946 in Lancaster, PA, she was the daughter of the late Dan and Worthington Jones.

Julie is survived by her daughters, Amy Lee Hayes and Emily Elizabeth Marrs; Larry Marrs, Amy and Emily's father; her grandchildren Hannah (21), Hunter (18) and Maddie (17) Hayes; her sister, Marjorie and her husband John Hellweg, and her nephew Jonathan Graham and niece, Maggie Graham.

Julie was a beautiful woman, inside and out. She touched those in her life with abounding grace, kindness and fiery spunk. Her love for all things Harley, rock and roll music, cats and her family brought her great joy throughout her years. She is now in the arms of her heavenly father. 

A Celebration of Life Open House will be held on Monday, May 20th at her sister's home - 3407 Moorland Rd, Minnetonka, MN 55345 from 4:00 - 8:00 PM with a time of sharing and words from family members at 6:00 PM. All family and friends are welcome. 

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05/17/19 10:09 AM #1    

Jean L. MacIntosh (Mankamyer)

I'm so sorry to hear of Julie's passing. When I think of her, I hear her infectious laugh. I remember staying overnight at her house one Friday, then having her father drive us to Buck Hill the next day to ski. He was so hilarious and both Julie and I couldn't stop laughing at his antics all the way there. It's a wonderful memory of her I will always have. Rest gently, Julie

05/17/19 03:31 PM #2    

Lee W. Reierson

Julie sat next to me at the 50th reunion..She still had the same cute smile and fun loving personality she always had.  Julie did enjoy a good time also..One time she was out on a date and they had attended a party. They were driving home on a very curvy road and it had been snowing and there was lots of snow on the ground. Her date was taking to her and realized she was not talking back to him..When he looked over he realized Julie was not in the car.. He circled back and found she fell out into a snow bank when they roundded a corner.. She wasnt hurt due to the deep snow and she got back in the car and away they went..Apparently they just laughed about it and kept going. That was our Julie..

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