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In Loving Memory

Dietderich, Julia Ann “Julie” Boeh

October 20, 1942 - March 19, 2024

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Julia Ann “Julie” Boeh Dietderich, 81, passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2024. Julie was born on Oct. 20, 1942, in St. Joseph. She graduated from Sacred Heart Convent in 1960. On April 4, 1964 (4-4-64) she married Chester “Chet” Dietderich. They celebrated 53 years of marriage. She moved to St. Louis, Missouri in 2017.

Julie was a homemaker. She welcomed the neighbor children and her children’s friends into the family home on Mulberry Street. The house and backyard was always full of fun and laughter. Julie enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles and home decorating. Julie and Chet traveled often. They traveled abroad and went all 50 states. They visited all 50 state capitol buildings. Julie’s favorite place to visit was New York City. She went to New York City twice in 2023.

She is survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Ann Van Lieshout and husband Paul, of St. Louis; son, Daniel Lloyd Dietderich and wife Shelly, of Ft. Worth, Texas; grandchildren, Susan Elizabeth Van Lieshout and fiance Brendan Fink, Joseph Dietderich Van Lieshout, Ryan Lloyd Dietderich, and Katelynne Elizabeth Dietderich; brother, Anthony Boeh and wife Karla, of St. Joseph; and sister, Nancy Boeh-Patton of Loveland, Colorado; niece, Jennifer Patton and family, of Astoria, New York; and nephew, Christopher Boeh and family, of Portland, Oregon.

Rosary 9:30 AM Monday, March 25 at Nazareth Living Center Chapel, 2 Nazareth Lane, St. Louis, MO 63129 followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 AM.

In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the Benevolence Fund at Nazareth Living Center https://nazarethlivingcenter.org/support-us/

Julie will be missed. She was lots of fun!


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