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Christine D. Joule
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Mrs. Christine D. (Ludwigsen) Joule, 84, passed away peacefully with loved ones by her side on March 25, 2018 at Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare.

Christine was born in Long Island, NY, on March 17, 1934, where she was raised by her mother, the late Christine Ludwigsen. She was educated in Long Island schools. Christine worked for many years as a homecare provider. She helped many people in Oneida County, where she worked as a day care provider; and later ran a home care facility for the State, where she provided assisted living for the mentally challenged. She retired in 1999 to Dunedin, FL, where she lived for ten years, until returning to Utica.

She is survived by Walter Straut, her loving companion of 43 years; and her children, Peter (Cathy) Joule, of Dunedin, FL, Richard (Cheryl) Joule, of Panama, Anna Marie Joule, of Safety Harbor, FL, Edward (Dana) Joule, of Ellijay, GA, Judith (Doug) Fox, of Saugerties, NY, and Dorothy (Ben) Tringo, of Utica, NY. She was predeceased by her daughter, Kathie Linscott. She is also survived by her brother, Edward (Rita) Donahue, of High Falls, NY, nine grandchildren, ten great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Christine’s family honored her in a private gathering, and she will be laid to rest in Long Island, NY.
 
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My heart is heavy for all who will surely miss her. I love you Aunt Chris!! You will forever remain an inspiration to me. Love, Carol

Written by Carol Babicz
2018-03-27 11:19:40 PM


We are So Sorry for Your Loss, Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the Family, Andy & Linda Convertino

Written by Andrew & Linda Convertino
2018-03-27 8:50:21 PM


My heart and love goes out for the loss of my sister Bunny and adopted mom[Rita] my heart and love goes out to her companion Walter,and family.

Written by Rita Donahue
2018-03-29 10:14:03 AM


Deepest sympathies, your memories will carry you through.

Written by John Brown
2018-03-30 3:57:19 AM