Jessica Jeanne Youle

Phoenix, Arizona

1946 - 2018 (Age 71)


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Jessica Jeanne YoulePhoenix - Jessica Jeanne Youle passed away on July 13, 2018, due to complications from a lung transplant a year prior. Jessica was born on July 29, 1946, in Elmhurst, Illinois. The first child of John Clinton Youle and Cherie Jeanne Eadie, she enjoyed her upbringing outside of...

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I was very sad to learn of Jessica's passing in the most recent issue of Salt River Project's employee/retiree newsletter. I worked closely with her from the very start of her time at SRP in 1993 until her SRP retirement. Since we collaborated on a number of regional inter-utility agreements and regulatory matters, we often traveled together for negotiation meetings to various cities in the western US and always had a great time laughing and sharing life stories during down times at...

Jessica is a great loss to this world, she accomplished many tasks head on that were presented to her. I had the privilege of working with her on environmental concerns in Colorado. Even though she was 5 days younger than me, I still considered her my Cyber Twin, something we joked about quite often. God speed on your new adventure......

I met Jessica in seventh grade at Ellis Jr High School.
I remember going to Girl's Club sleepover at her parent's house. It was a cold May night. so we ended up sleeping in the basement.
Suzy Groeninger Dykes

Jessica and I were friends in Junior high, high school and college and we were in each others weddings. She was funny , so smart, and a dear friend. Lost touch in the last 30 years but have always rembered her with love.

I enjoyed being in Mr. Daniel's English class with Jessica.

RIP Jessica...You lived a wonderful life and were an exceptional woman!
On to new adventures!

To Jessica's family, I'm Scott Imsland and worked with and was dear friends with Jessie. When Alex was a youngster in Flagstaff I spent a lot of my off river time with Jessie and Alex. We did river trips together and I watched Jessie get more and more confident with her ability to row and read water. I wouldn't say she was totally wrapped up in the love and responsibility of rowing her own boat but she did a great job and laughingly always happy after a tough rapid or the end of the day...