Larry Juhl, 66 - May 08, 2013Larry Joe Juhl, 66, of Las Vegas, NV, originally of Gothenburg, died Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at Las Vegas.
Graveside services will be conducted at Fort McPherson National Cemetery on Tuesday, May 21, at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Don O’Brien officiating. Interment will take place at the Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell.
Juhl was born Nov. 21, 1946, at Gothenburg, son of Joseph Burton Juhl and Dorothy Marie (Sabin) Juhl.
He grew up in the Cozad and Gothenburg area, and attended Cozad schools, graduating from Kearney High School.
Juhl served his country with the U.S. Army, 1966-1968 and 1980-1983, where he was a medical specialist and a unit supply specialist.
On Sept. 29, 1981, he married Naomi Fish at Columbus, GA. He was the father of four children, two sons and two daughters.
Juhl resided at many places including Nebraska, Colorado, Minnesota, Washington, Alaska, Kentucky, Georgia, New Mexico, Texas, California, Nevada and Germany.
He was employed as a respiratory therapist, a pharmacy technician, operating room tech and certified nurse assistant, and was the owner/operator of Tatanka and Tiki Hut.
Juhl enjoyed music, movies, balsa wood airplanes and history, said family members.
He was preceded in death by: his father, Joseph Burton Juhl; his mother, Dorothy Marie Juhl; step-mother, Laura Juhl; sister, Linda Joy Juhl.
Survivors include: his wife, Naomi May Juhl; two sons—David Lynn (Suyean) Juhl and grandson Alex, and Thorin Kirkendall Juhl; two daughters—Crystal Lee Juhl and Mistienne Juhl; a brother, Riley Del Juhl; sister, Karen A. (Theodore J.) Gilb; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, John and Vivian Childers of Denver; numerous extended family members.
Memorials are suggested to the family.
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