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From: robert yukes <>
Subject: Re: [JUCH] Piet Juch
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 22:55:54 +0000
Thank you for this information.
I would like to believe that some day that we will find one family that
started all the different JUCH lines in France, Germany, Austria, etc.
But I guess that JUCH lived too long ago before birth, marriage and death records were recorded.
What do you think?
Do you think that there was an original JUCH family that started all the different
JUCH lines in various countries?
I hope you and your family are doing well
> Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 13:52:53 -0500
> Subject: [JUCH] Piet Juch
> Dear Beatrice,
> Here's another email that may interest you? From the daughter of
> Piet Juch, Toet's late brother. The email is six years old. Plus I
> have added Piet's obituary below also.
> Roy Juch
> From: "Molzow, Sarah" <>
> To: "''" <>
> Subject: superjuch files
> Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 13:18:28 -0700
> Hi Roy:
> My name is Sarah (Sally) Juch Molzow. My father's was Piet Juch. He
> was born in Naarden, Netherlands in 1916. He moved to Cuba when he
> was 17, where he had two daughters (I don't know their names but I'll
> try to find out for you if you want.) He served in the Dutch East
> Indies Air Force in WWII and emigrated to the United States after the
> war. He married my mother Margery Pond Juch (born 11/15/1924 in
> Camden, NY) in 1949. He died in Eastham, MA in 1998. They have four
> Susan Aleda Juch Lutz - b. 1955 - married Steven Lutz - daughter
> is Emily Utahna Juch-Lutz
> Sue is a geologist at the University of Utah.
> Phoebe Ann Juch Hershenow - b. 1957 - married Nicholas Hershenow
> - daugher Casia Hershenow and
> son is Alexander Max Hershenow. Phoebe is a nurse in Idaho.
> Amy Elizabeth Juch Bryan - b. 1958 - married Louis Kaye Bryan
> III - Daughters Constance Bryan and Suzanne
> Bryan. Amy is a teacher on Cape Cod.
> (me) Sarah Juch Molzow - b. 1963 - married Jeffrey Molzow - Sons
> Reid Patrick Molzow and Thomas Piet Molzow.
> I'm an attorney in Arizona.
> I don't know much about my dad's family. I know his father's name was
> Wilhelm Juch and he was a stock broker in the Netherlands. His
> mothers name was Aleda Vandermei Juch. He has three sisters: Toet,
> Emmy and Anneke in the Netherlands. He had a brother who died in
> childhood. I hope you find this helpful.
> Piety Juch, 82
> Chemical engineer; native of the Netherlands; veteran
> CAPE COD TIMES
> EASTHAM - Piety Juch, 82, a Cape resident since 1989, died Tuesday
> at his home.
> He was the husband of Margery (Pond) Juch for 50 years.
> Born in Naarden, the Netherlands, Mr. Juch worked for many years as
> a chemical engineer for Dorr-Oliver and Singmaster Breyer in the
> United States. During World War II, he served in the Netherlands East
> Indies Air Force, receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross.
> Mr. Juch lived in Ridgefield, Conn., for more than 30 years and was
> the chairman of the Connecticut Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis
> Society in the 1950s. He was also a volunteer for the Conservation
> Commission there, working to preserve open spaces, and drove for
> Meals on Wheels and for FISH.
> In 1989, he and his wife moved to Eastham. He enjoyed sailing,
> gardening, bird watching, classical music and baking bread with his
> youngest granddaughter.
> An excellent cook, he development many of his own recipes. He loved
> the ocean and was a skilled body-surfer well into his 60s.
> Surviving besides his wife are four daughters, Susan Juch-Lutz of
> Salt Lake City, Phoebe Hershenow of McCall, Idaho, Amy Bryan of
> Eastham and Sarah Molzow of Tucson, Ariz.; three sisters, Toet Hartz,
> Emmy Spoor and Anneke Kursten, all of the Netherlands; seven
> grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
> A memorial gathering will be held in the late spring or early summer.
> Memorial donations may be made to the Hospice of Cape Cod, 923
> Route 6A, Yarmouthport, MA 02675; or to the Massachusetts Audubon
> Society, P.O. Box 236, South Wellfleet, MA 02663.
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