Bill, I just found out about Julie's passing and cannot really believe. She was an amazing person and so glad that we had those years being your neighbor. Will never forget the fun we had during the OSU/Michigan week! Condolences to you and your family, you have lost a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and sister. Connie & Tom Black
she was one of my biggest supporters of my business and an inspiration to me about what the arts in and around port clinton could and has aspired to be. Her voice and presence will truly leave an open space in this world.
Julie was a very special friend for many years. She was a talented lady and her life was a gift to all who knew her.
I enjoyed our times the past two years when we were in Port Clinton.
My heartfelt sympathy goes to the Quayle family. God Bless. Pat
Dear family and friends, I am very sorry to hear of your loss. May you be consoled in prayer to the God of all comfort and please remember, he knows every time we cry (Psalms 56:8), and he desires to comfort and strengthen you through these difficult times.
I never knew this much about her. She led a pretty amazing life. I'll miss her.
How sad to hear of Julie's passing. I feel honored to have called Julie my friend during out time on Catawba Island.
Our thoughts are with the family.
Without a doubt, my favorite English teacher. I'll never forget her leaving our class to its own devices after we read Lord of the Flies (a grand social experiment). I loved the Sentence of the Day. Mrs. Quayle will remain in my heart always.
Our prayers go out to the Quayle family. Julie made us smile and appreciate the little things in life. She will be missed, but we will cherish our fond memories of her in our hearts forever.
The passing of a true lady who gave so much to her family and community is now touching so many of us. What an inspiration for us all. I am so fortunate our paths crossed and will miss her and her lovely smile.