Julianne "Curt" LeMay McNett
December 12, 1953 - December 6, 2019
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Julianne “Curt” LeMay McNett, age 65, of Johnsburg, passed away on December 6, 2019, at Northwestern Medicine McHenry Hospital. Curt was born on December 12, 1953, in Hudson, WI, to Leonard J. and Viola A. (Ohmann) LeMay. Curt was united in marriage to Thomas McNett on January 21, 1990, in Las Vegas.   A very…

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Leann Lehmann left a message on December 12, 2019:
Julianne was a breath of fresh air. She was always smiling and laughing. We had alot of good times through the years. From her babysitting me and other adventures when I got older. I will always cherish all the handmade objects she has given me and the recipes she has shared. Thank you for being in my life. She was one of the best cousin I could ask for. May you rest in peace with All the Saints in our family who went before you. Leann Lehmann
Valerie Vazquez-Usalis left a message on December 12, 2019:
Julianne is my best friend, she’s pretty magnificent, smile like a sunset, when I cried oh she wept. I’ll take a walk on the dark side, where stars and fireflies hide, Julianne’s garden and the rivertide, I am there when I close my eyes. I will close my eyes... For 15 years, Victoria and I have been blessed to call Curt our best friend. She was one of the most kindest, loving, joyful and creative people we have ever met. The three of us went on many adventures together. She took us on golf cart rides, we went hiking through near-by woods, she taught us about planting and gardening as we enjoyed watching the beautiful wildlife that made a home in her backyard. We painted, played and listened to music, and created art in the barn. She would tell us stories about her life and we listened with complete fascination. She was our Rock Star. We are thankful to have had so many memories of Friday night debriefings, Halloween parties and December Birthday/ Christmas celebrations. She always had a game or puzzle waiting for us to solve. We are blessed that she cared so deeply for us. She was always there for us. When we cried, she cried. We considered her our Spirit Mother. The connection we had with her is unexplainable. She trusted us to be her personal assistants with helping her clean the house and take care of her animals. We were and are honored to help her and Tom. She is and will always be our best friend forever. We love you so much Curt. Thank you for loving us
Kay Quam left a message on December 12, 2019:
Tom & other family, So saddened to hear that Curt died. She will certainly be missed. I cherish memories of the barn & of Curt’s great Halloween & Christmas parties. God’s Blessings to you, Kay “GG” Quam
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