In memory of
Steven C. Juhl
Steven C. Juhl (1951 - 2020) Steven C. Juhl, 68, of Mason City, died on Saturday, September 12, 2020, at his home. There will be a private family service. The memorial service will be live streamed on Major Erickson Funeral Home's Facebook page at 10:30 A.M. on Thursday, September 17, 2020. A public visitation will be held from 5 to 7 P.M. on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, at Major Erickson Funeral Home, 111 N Pennsylvania Ave. Inurnment will be held at a later date. Memorials can be directed to the family of Steven Juhl. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.majorericksonfuneralhome.com . Steven Craig Juhl was born on November 16, 1951, in Mason City to parents Dallas and Carolyn (Maloy) Juhl. Steven grew up in Mason City and graduated from Mason City High School in 1970. Upon graduating Steven joined the United States Army, he spent time in Vietnam during the Vietnam War as well as various places. Upon returning home Steven was united in marriage to Julie Pannhoff in 1974, between this union the couple had two children Nate and Amanda. After his time in the military Steven began working for Gibbs-Cooks and later became a Truck driver working independently for various companies with Stockberger being one of his favorites to work for. During this time he also worked various jobs. On May 1, 1999, Steven was remarried to Arla Murray (Legler) in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Mason City. Steven was very interested in stock car racing and especially trains, so much that he was a member of the North Iowa Model Railroad Club at the South Bridge Mall. He was also a big fan of Fords and looked to restore old hot rods. Steven was very patriotic and was a member of the Cerro Gordo Democratic Party, he was also a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Family was very important to Steven, he enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and enjoyed picking on his family as well. Steven is survived by his wife, Arla Murray-Juhl; children, Nate (Amy) Juhl, Amanda (Matt) Pollowski; step children, Anthony Murray, Stacie (Jesse) Pals, Stefanie Murray, Michele Kicherer; numerous grandchildren; two great grandchildren; siblings, Sue (Steve) Okones, Randy Juhl, Duff (Barb) Juhl, Dana Juhl; brother in-law, Don Kremer; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dallas and Carolyn Juhl; sister, Lois Kremer and brother Kent Juhl. Arrangements are with Major Erickson Funeral Home & Crematory, 111 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Mason City, Iowa 50401, 641-423-0924, www.majorericksonfuneralhome.com .
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In memory of
Steven C. Juhl
Steven C. Juhl (1951 - 2020) Steven C. Juhl, 68, of Mason City, died on Saturday, September 12, 2020, at his home. There will be a private family service. The memorial service will be live streamed on Major Erickson Funeral Home's Facebook page at 10:30 A.M. on Thursday, September 17, 2020. A public visitation will be held from 5 to 7 P.M. on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, at Major Erickson Funeral Home, 111 N Pennsylvania Ave. Inurnment will be held at a later date. Memorials can be directed to the family of Steven Juhl. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.majorericksonfuneralhome.com . Steven Craig Juhl was born on November 16, 1951, in Mason City to parents Dallas and Carolyn (Maloy) Juhl. Steven grew up in Mason City and graduated from Mason City High School in 1970. Upon graduating Steven joined the United States Army, he spent time in Vietnam during the Vietnam War as well as various places. Upon returning home Steven was united in marriage to Julie Pannhoff in 1974, between this union the couple had two children Nate and Amanda. After his time in the military Steven began working for Gibbs-Cooks and later became a Truck driver working independently for various companies with Stockberger being one of his favorites to work for. During this time he also worked various jobs. On May 1, 1999, Steven was remarried to Arla Murray (Legler) in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Mason City. Steven was very interested in stock car racing and especially trains, so much that he was a member of the North Iowa Model Railroad Club at the South Bridge Mall. He was also a big fan of Fords and looked to restore old hot rods. Steven was very patriotic and was a member of the Cerro Gordo Democratic Party, he was also a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Family was very important to Steven, he enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and enjoyed picking on his family as well. Steven is survived by his wife, Arla Murray-Juhl; children, Nate (Amy) Juhl, Amanda (Matt) Pollowski; step children, Anthony Murray, Stacie (Jesse) Pals, Stefanie Murray, Michele Kicherer; numerous grandchildren; two great grandchildren; siblings, Sue (Steve) Okones, Randy Juhl, Duff (Barb) Juhl, Dana Juhl; brother in-law, Don Kremer; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dallas and Carolyn Juhl; sister, Lois Kremer and brother Kent Juhl. Arrangements are with Major Erickson Funeral Home & Crematory, 111 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Mason City, Iowa 50401, 641-423-0924, www.majorericksonfuneralhome.com .
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About Memorial Trees

Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory. Trees are planted in a forest with the greatest need, at the best suitable time (typically spring or fall), by a team of certified arborists.

Your Sympathy Gift Includes:

  • A digital certificate, customized with your message, that can be printed for your records or given to the family.
  • An entry in your loved one’s guest book, noting your contribution.
  • A listing in a memorial tree registry, showing that trees were planted in honor of your loved one.

Why Plant Trees?

This memorial tree planting will assist in reforestation, improve forest health and area watersheds, and provide a critical habitat for threatened and endangered wildlife.

By planting memorial trees, you not only honor the life and legacy of your loved one — you also help to preserve our beautiful national forests for generations to come.

Sku: tre-tim-10

About Memorial Trees

Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory. Trees are planted in a forest with the greatest need, at the best suitable time (typically spring or fall), by a team of certified arborists.

Your Sympathy Gift Includes:

  • A digital certificate, customized with your message, that can be printed for your records or given to the family.
  • An entry in your loved one’s guest book, noting your contribution.
  • A listing in a memorial tree registry, showing that trees were planted in honor of your loved one.

Why Plant Trees?

This memorial tree planting will assist in reforestation, improve forest health and area watersheds, and provide a critical habitat for threatened and endangered wildlife.

By planting memorial trees, you not only honor the life and legacy of your loved one — you also help to preserve our beautiful national forests for generations to come.

Sku: tre-tim-50

About Memorial Trees

Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory. Trees are planted in a forest with the greatest need, at the best suitable time (typically spring or fall), by a team of certified arborists.

Your Sympathy Gift Includes:

  • A digital certificate, customized with your message, that can be printed for your records or given to the family.
  • An entry in your loved one’s guest book, noting your contribution.
  • A listing in a memorial tree registry, showing that trees were planted in honor of your loved one.

Why Plant Trees?

This memorial tree planting will assist in reforestation, improve forest health and area watersheds, and provide a critical habitat for threatened and endangered wildlife.

By planting memorial trees, you not only honor the life and legacy of your loved one — you also help to preserve our beautiful national forests for generations to come.

Sku: tre-tim-100