Julie Ann Varab

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Julie Ann (Wilson) Varab
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Personal Details
Birth: April 1, 1970
Valparaiso, Indiana
Death: December 12, 2022(2022-12-12) (aged 52)
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth, Indiana
Occupation: Housewife/Homemaker
Residence: Argos, Indiana
Party: Libertarian Party of Indiana

Julie Ann (Wilson) Varab (April 1, 1970 – December 12, 2022) was an American political activist and member of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Apart from her political affiliations, she was known for her deep-rooted connections with the Argos, Indiana community, her devotion as a homemaker, and her membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Argos, Indiana.

Early Life and Background

Born in Valparaiso, Indiana, Varab was the daughter of Dwayne Wilson and Joyce J. (Anderson) Wilson. She grew up in Knox, Indiana before moving to Argos, where she spent the majority of her life.

Personal Life

On July 12, 2013, Varab married Robert Varab in Tippecanoe, Indiana. The couple shared eight years of marital life before Robert's untimely demise on February 4, 2021.

Varab played a pivotal role in her family as a devoted mother and grandmother. She is survived by her sons Tony Hutchinson, Joseph Hutchinson, Robert “Robbie” Hutchinson, Charles “Chaz” Ault, and Bronsen Ault-Fishburn; and her daughter, Sarah Hutchinson. Varab was also a proud grandmother to Andrielle, Roman, Grace, and Cora.

Her extended family includes her stepfather, Martin Rock; sister, Joyce Lark; and brothers, James Wilson and Jeremiah Wilson. Both her parents and her husband Robert Varab preceded her in death.

Career and Contributions

Primarily a housewife and homemaker, Varab was also a member of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Her dedication to libertarian values and her active participation in the Argos community highlighted her commitment to creating a freer and more equitable society.

Death and Legacy

Varab passed away on December 12, 2022, at the age of 52 at the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth, Indiana. Her sudden departure left a void in the Argos community and the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Throughout her life, Varab was known for her dedication to her family, her faith, and her political beliefs. Her legacy continues through the lives of her children and grandchildren, as well as her contributions to the Libertarian movement in Indiana.