Julie Ann Noterman

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Julie Ann Noterman

Birth
Austin, Mower County, Minnesota, USA
Death 2 May 2002 (aged 48)
Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
Burial Adams, Mower County, Minnesota, USA
Memorial ID 34215794 · View Source
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he funeral for Julie Ann Noterman, 48, of Phoenix, formerly of Adams, was held at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Phoenix. She died Thursday (May 2, 2002) at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix.

Born May 5, 1953, in Austin, she grew up on the family farm south of Adams and graduated valedictorian of the class of 1971 at Adams High School. After graduating from Carleton College with a degree in biology in 1975 she moved to Tucson, Ariz., and was a research assistant in the department of radiology at University Medical Center until 1981 and also was a research technician in the department of internal medicine at Veterans Administration Hospital in Tucson. She founded and published the Tucson LifeLine, a newspaper devoted to alternative health and awareness and in the 1980s she founded and published Ecocultural Perspectives. She later became a founder of the Institute for the Celebration of Cultural Diversity and was active in the local chapter of International Friends of Transformative Art. She began working at Bowne of Phoenix and rose to the position of quality assurance manager. In December 2001 she completed a masters in business administration degree from Arizona State University. She authored a book of poetry, was involved in photography, collage work and stained glass, and at the time of her death was pursuing studies in alternative healing methods.

Survivors include her husband, Stephen Michael Barnes; her mother, Helen (Gerber) Noterman of Adams; three sisters, Teresa (Gary) Smith and Claire (Roger) Simon, both of Adams, and Jane (John) Merdan of Avon, Minn.; and five brothers, Gary Noterman, Gene Noterman, Fredric Noterman, Edward (Maureen) Noterman and Daniel (Karen) Noterman, all of Adams. She was preceded in death by her father and an infant brother.

Whitney-Murphy Funeral Home in Phoenix was in charge of arrangements.


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  • Created by: L Nystrom
  • Added: 26 Feb 2009
  • Find a Grave Memorial 34215794
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Julie Ann Noterman (5 May 1953–2 May 2002), Find a Grave Memorial no. 34215794, citing Sacred Heart Cemetery, Adams, Mower County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by L Nystrom (contributor 47094731) .