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Jules Joosten obituary – death:  In the loving memory of Jules Joosten, we are saddened to inform you that Jules Joosten, a beloved and loyal friend, has passed away.

A unique soul with a great personality has an amazing sense of humor, diligent and caring.

He always brought light to every room entered. And will be dearly missed by family, friends, and everyone.

Jules Joosten Cause Of Death: Jules Joosten Obituary

Our beloved Jules Joosten,  a student of UW-La Crosse has tragically passed away unexpectedly.


Details of the circumstance surrounding his death are not public yet, we will share more as we learn.

Jules Joosten’s obituary is not public at the time, we will share more as we learn about the obituary and possibly funeral.

A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us to mourn the passing of Jules Joosten.

Here are Heartfelt messages from people on social media:

Dear UW-La Crosse students, faculty, and staff,
It is with deep sadness that I write to inform you of the tragic and sudden passing of one of our students, Jules Joosten.

Jules, who was living in Coate Hall, died by suicide last night. We have been in close contact with the family, and we send our heartfelt condolences to Jules’ friends and loved ones.

A loss like this touches everyone in our campus community. I encourage anyone in need of support to reach out to campus counseling resources.

Counseling and Testing Center at 608.785.8073
Student Life at [email protected]
Residence Life at [email protected] or 608.785.8075
Office of Multicultural Students Services (OMSS) at [email protected] or 608.785.8225
Campus Climate at [email protected]
Student Support Services at [email protected]
Pride Center at [email protected]
ACCESS Center at [email protected]
Upward Bound at [email protected]

Faculty and staff who need support should use the Employee Assistance Program.
If you’re concerned about your own well-being or that of another person, please know that you are not alone. There are resources available 24/7. Specific 24-hr resources include:
La Crosse County Mobile Crisis: 608.784.HELP (4357)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800.273.TALK (8255) (veterans press 1)
Trevor Project: 1.866.488.7386
Crisis Text Line: Text “HOPELINE” at any time to 741741
211 (Great Rivers 211)
608.789.9000 (University Police)

Like many of you, I consider our campus community to be one large family. That makes days like today all the more heartbreaking, but it also provides a supportive environment where we can grieve and heal together. I hope you’ll join me in keeping Jules’ loved ones in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

We will share more with the campus community as appropriate, and we will continue to process our shared grief in the coming days and weeks.
Take good care,
Joe Gow, Chancellor

The following emails just went out to the UW La Crosse community:

Dear UW-La Crosse students, faculty, and staff,


Posted by UWL Parents and Families on Wednesday, 24 March 2021

Though our words can do little, we hope our thoughts and prayers will encourage you this period and always as you mourn, the passing soul.

May you find comfort knowing that life continues forever in heaven even as the memories shared live forever in our hearts.

Our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers are with the family and friends.

We encourage you all to respect the dead and accord the family heartbroken with the loss of a cherished one, some privacy as you leave a message in the comment session.

A presentation of a bouquet of flowers is a special way of showing you’re thinking of them and their loss, as the bright colors reflect the personality of the passed loved one. You can directly shop your flowers on Amazon

Please if you have any form of concern, suggestions, or query as regards this publication, kindly contact us.

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