Julaine Dames Schueler (1948 - 2018)

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Julaine Dames Schueler, 69, died Monday, July 9, 2018, in Wheat Ridge after a courageous and lengthy battle with cancer.??
Julie is survived by her husband, Charles (Chuck) of Evergreen; three children, Tamara (Troy) Hobick of Zionsville, Ind., Keith (Amy) McLemore of Erie, Colo., and Kevin McLemore of Oakland, Calif.; stepdaughter Sarah Schueler of Denver; four grandchildren, Drew and Will Hobick of Zionsville, Ind., and Cole and Molly McLemore of Erie, Colo.; three sisters, Cynthia Dames of Pine Hill, N.J., Dawn (Dwayne) Thomason of Castle Rock, and Joan Dames of St. Petersburg, Fla.; three brothers, Dana Dames of Fort Myers, Fla., Jon (Louise) Dames of Plainfield, Ill., and Shale (Shelby) Dames of Bountiful, Utah; three sisters-in-law, Brenda (George) Orris of Clinton Township, Mich., Bonnie (David) Gatchell of Peoria, Ariz., and Lynn (Randy) Stegenga, of Dyer, Ind.; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.??
Julie was born in Joliet, Ill., the first of seven children of her late parents, Joel and Arlene Dames. She attended schools in Joliet until college, when she attended and graduated from Miami of Ohio in Oxford, Ohio, where she was
a proud member of the Chi Omega Sorority.
She also attended Roosevelt University and Dominican University, and received her master's degree in library science in 1990. She held an undergraduate degree in hospital administration.
She lived most of her life in Schaumburg, Barrington and Lake Barrington, Ill. She and Chuck were married on April 2, 2011, and moved to Evergreen in 2012.
??Julie was a librarian by profession, starting her career as a medical librarian at Evanston Hospital in Illinois. She later worked for many years as a public librarian in Barrington, Ill. She loved books, learning and nature, and enjoyed sketching landscapes and animals.
She sang in her church choir and loved music. She had a fondness for making up silly songs.
Julie was very giving and selfless, and a source of amazing strength. She was a wonderful grandmother, cherishing her four grandchildren and was very proud of their many accomplishments, sharing their stories and photos often with her family and friends.
Published in Canyon Courier on July 18, 2018