Fjeld, Julie Lynn (nee Bronson)

Fjeld, Julie Lynn (nee Bronson)

January 17, 1970 – April 4, 2017
Age 47, of Lino Lakes, passed away peacefully of appendix cancer on April 4th. Preceded in death by grandparents Goldie and Reed Purmort, Kingsley (Dick), Jean Bronson, and Janet Bronson. Survived by husband Jeff; daughters Ariana and Kyra; parents Scott and Diane Bronson; brother Reed Bronson; and numerous aunts and uncles. A celebration of life will be held at Shepherd of the Hills, 3920 North Victoria Street, Shoreview, MN 55126. The date will be Saturday, April 8th at 2pm for visitation and Funeral at 4pm. Julie was born in Coon Rapids and graduated from Coon Rapids HS (1988). She then went on to continue her education at Concordia College Moorhead, (1992) with a Major in Spanish Education, and an English Minor. Julie received her Masters of Education degree from the U of M (2000). Julie began her teaching career at Spencer Senior High in Spencer, IA, then taught at North Branch Middle school, finishing her career at Centennial High School. Julie’s hobbies included scrapbooking, traveling, theme dinner nights or anything else with friends, watching movies, and she was a Girl Scout leader. Julie’s ultimate passion was teaching. She was devastated to leave her teaching position at Centennial in 2016 to continue her fight against cancer. Everyone that knew Julie knew that she was a fighter, and she gave her best fight against cancer. Julie also cherished the time she spent with Jeff, the girls, family, and numerous friends. Julie will be forever missed by many. Special thanks to Jeff and Julie’s many wonderful neighbors and close friends. She would not have had so many flowers, Christmas decorations, prayers, love and support without you; she loved and cherished each of you! Please send memorials to the PMP foundation ACPMP.org to help find a cure for this devastating cancer, the church listed above or Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 9185 Lexington Ave NE, Circle Pines, MN 55014. (Published in the Star Tribune on Apr. 5, 2017)