Julia Kuhn

10/30/1963 - 05/22/2024

Julia Kuhn

10/30/1963 - 05/22/2024

Julia Jane (Moberly) Kuhn was a caring mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She left this world quickly on May 22nd, 2024 at the age of 60 after a battle with a stroke and complications with her heart and kidneys. She was born to Dale and Jane Moberly on October 30th, 1963. She was the youngest of 3 kids. 

Julia completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Education at Ball State University. Later, she received her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education at IUPUI. Julia spent many years in teaching at preschools and daycare centers. Her passion was for growing the young minds of children and setting them up for success through multiple learning styles. Julia married Brent Kuhn, and together, they had 3 children: Megan, Jacob, and Emily. 

Julia loved spending time with her grandchildren. She enjoyed reading a good book, playing the piano, Chinese food, glass of wine, and funny TikToks. She provided a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on. She will be missed by her family members and the many precious kids she spent time with in the classroom.

A Celebration of Life Service is scheduled for 5pm on June 1st, 2024 at Smith Valley UMC in Greenwood, IN. 

Cremation was chosen and Magnolia Cremations of Jeffersonville, Indiana has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Condolences (3)

Misty Gutierrez

I am so saddened to hear of Julia’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with her at a daycare in Fishers. She was always a very friendly person and sitting in the break room together on lunch break was fun. She will be missed. My condolences to her family. Fly high Julia.

Kristy Deeds

Julia and I worked together at ECP for a number of years. She was a great friend, coworker, advisor and sounding board. She spoke of her family often and her love for them. Julia had an infectious laugh that I will never forget. Much love and prayers to you all as I will regretfully not make it down there to celebrate her life (my son has a regional baseball game).


I really liked Julia. I had the opportunity to work with her for just a little bit. She was always concerned about my health. We would have good talks and some laughs, Julia and I worked real well together and she really cared about all the children she had in her care. I am glad I got to know her for just that short time. She was a very nice and caring lady.