Judith A Yule, 74 of Fall Creek passed away on Monday, October 10, 2016 at Heritage Court in Eau Claire.

Judith was born on March 18, 1942 to Leonard and Elsie (Shilts) Hemenway in Eau Claire. Marlow (Butch) Yule and Judith (Judy) were married March 19, 1960.

Judy enjoyed camping and fishing with the family. She spent many weekends at the Gordan Flowage. She also enjoyed working in her flower beds, loved playing cards and dice, and birthday parties and Christmas were her favorite. Judy also enjoyed being the camp cook for the boys for hunting season. Judy was a 25 year survivor of breast cancer, but lost her battle to dementia. Her and her family say Thank you to all of the Heritage Staff and St Croix Hospice staff for their care and support they have provided for the entire family. She was loved very much by her family and will be deeply missed.

Judith is survived by her husband, Marlow Yule of Fall Creek; sons, Jon (Jayne) Yule of Fall Creek and Doug ( Angela ) Yule of Fall Creek; grandchildren, Jordan ( Beth ) Yule, Marissa ( Matthew ) Myers, Ayden and Gunner; great grandchildren, Zoey, Cali, Jozi and Madisyn; sisters, Jean (Monroe) Yule, Janice (Robert) Wickstrom, and Patti Hemenway; brothers, Richard Hemenway, Robert (Mona) Hemenway, and Leonard (Kai) Hemenway; and brother-in-law, Clifford Berlin.

Judith was proceeded in death by her parents; Leonard and Elsie, her sister; Marlene Berlin.

Visitation will be Friday, October 14, 2016 at 10:00am at Smith Funeral Chapel with services at 11:00am with Pastor Carlton Kangas officiating. Burial will follow the services at Rest Haven Cemetery with a luncheon to follow at Smith’s.


  1. My deepest sympathy for the family. I pray for a peaceful rest for Judy and for the family in the grieving process.
    Love the Austad Family

  2. Words cannot express our deepest sympathy to Judy’s family. Hold close the memories you all have of your mom. Judy is gone but will not be forgotten. Julie and Steve Lapp

  3. Deepest sympathy to Judy’s family. Hold onto your memories you all have of your mom. She is gone but not forgotten

  4. Jon, Jayne and family, I was saddened to hear of Judy’s passing. You will be in our thoughts and prayers in the following days and beyond. Gods Blessings to you.
    Pam and Steve Marg

  5. Butch and family, I remember Judy fondly. She was one of the first members in the cancer support group I assisted with. She was full of energy, bubbly, even when she was not feeling the best. I hear her laugh…Judy made an impression on me. With each of you in your sadness, peace, Sister Margaret

  6. We, both, knew Judy from our volunteering at Triniteam’s Joy Day. We recall Judy to be such a pleasant (and caring toward Butch) person during he limited time we would see them. Keep all the good memories thru these grieving times.

  7. We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. We keep the Yule family in our thoughts and prayers. Bob and Jan Darling

  8. Everyone should be blessed to have an Aunt like Aunt Judy. She taught me so many things when I was little but most of all made me feel like I was the most special little girl in the world. Even though it’s been awhile since I’ve talked to her, the last time I called her she was so delighted to hear from me. Her heart was so full of love and her laugh is one I’ll never forget. Going for boat rides and riding backwards in her station wagon are some of the memories I fondly remember. Uncle Butch, Jon and Jayne, Doug and all of your beautiful families, I will pray that your memories of her will bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time. She will forever be in my heart.

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