Theobald-4147430

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Theobald-4147430


Julia Mary Theobald Julia Mary Theobald, 89, passed away April 5, 2009, at the Lodge on Summit Oaks in Burnsville, Minn. Julia had been a resident of The Rivers in Burnsville since May of 2006. Julia had a remarkable memory for names, people, places and events and was loved by all for her thoughtfulness and concern for others. She accepted life's successes with modesty and adversities with grace. Her husband Howard, son, Michael and brothers, Robert Aman of Minneapolis and Leonard Aman of Chicago, both veterans of World War II, preceded her in death. Also preceding her in death were brothers, John P. Aman, Joseph M. Aman, Albert E. Aman, James A. Aman; and sisters, Helen Aman, Dolores B. Freeman, and Dora Buckley. Julia was the daughter of John J. and Philomena (nee Lebold) Aman and was born March 19, 1920, in the Lincoln Square neighborhood on the north side of Chicago. Julia was a 1938 graduate of Amundsen High School, and together with her husband, Howard, a navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War, they were active for many years at the Park Ridge, Ill., post of the Veteran of Foreign Wars. They lived more than 50 years in the house they bought in the Edison Park neighborhood of Chicago. Many will miss her, including her lifelong friend, Ms. …

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