Our beloved wife, mother, and grandma, was called home by her Heavenly Father on February 5, 2021.
Juliene Williams Wall was born of goodly parents on May 22, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Leonard Arthur and Lilly Juliet Gwynn Williams, and was the youngest of five children.
She was raised in Bountiful, and attended Adelaide Elementary, South Davis Junior High, and Viewmont High. She then attended Utah Trade Tech and became a Licensed Practical Nurse.
She married her soul mate, Bradley A Wall, on June 30, 1970 in the Salt Lake Temple. After they were married, they went to Germany where Brad was stationed after being drafted in the US Army.
She lived in Bountiful, North Salt Lake and finally Tooele where she raised her three children, Bradley Arthur, Tyson Len, and Mandy.
They served an MLS mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day in the Salt Lake City West Mission and were assigned to the Tooele East Stake from January 2016 to July 2018. She served in many callings in the Relief Society, Primary, Cub Scouts, Young Women’s, and as a Self Reliance instructor.
Her favorite hobbies were embroidering, crocheting, sewing and quilting. She won many ribbons for her work. She loved flowers, gardening, canning, and she was a great cook. She worked hard on family history and made many family albums. She enjoyed camping in the Unitas with her family.
She will be remembered as a loving wife, mom, grandmother (Mee-Maw), and friend. She was preceded in death by her parents, and siblings: Leonard Gwynn, Kent Hugh, Marcia June, and Mary Lynn.
She is survived by her husband Bradley, children Bradley Arthur (Kathy), Tyson (Laura) and Mandy (Tony) Erickson. Grandchildren Kaitlyn, Hannah, Evie, Emily, Colton, and Bridger.
A viewing will be held February 10, 2021 at 9:00-11:00 am at the Tooele East Stake located at 752 N. 520 E. in Tooele, Utah. Graveside services will follow at 12:00 pm at the Tooele City Cemetery.
We would like to thank Harmony Hospice for their excellent care, along with Darin Smith and Dr. Charles Holt. In lieu of flowers, please take your family out to dinner and tell them you love them.