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Jaymie Holschlag

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Jaymie Lee Holschlag, age 48, of Round Mountain, California, formerly of New Hampton, Iowa, died June 25, 2022, at her home. A private service will be held at a later date. Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home & Crematory in New Hampton has been entrusted with services. 641-394-4334 Jaymie Holschlag was born on November 15 1973 in Cedar Rapids Iowa. Jaymie was a 1992 graduate of New Hampton High School. Shortly after high school she joined the United States Army and served her time as a medic at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC. After leaving the Army Jaymie had two children Seth and Celeste Holschlag. She later rejoined the National Guard and served a tour in Ramadi, Iraq with the 224th Combat Engineer Battalion, lovingly known as Doc. She married Chris Lowe on Veteran's Day of 2011. Jaymie was a free spirit who never let a challenge get her down. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed her farm and her animals in California. She is survived by her husband Chris Lowe of California; father Mike Bickal; son Seth Holschlag of Cedar Rapids; daughter Celeste Holschlag of Waterloo; 3 sisters Cydney Holschlag, Mindy and Michelle Bickal; grandson DeAndre Holschlag; Grandmother Millie Bickal; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her Mother Arlene Holschlag; Father Frank Holschlag; grandparents, Lora and Skinny Holschlag, Al Bickal.

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  1. I knew Jaymie as a bubbly young girl. She was fun and a little mischievous at times. Sorry for the loss. Peace be with you.

  2. Syd and all your family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Am sorry for your loss.

  3. Blessed to share Jaymie’s growing up years. Love you my little “Pickle Head” Memories are many & treasured. Marge Zipse

  4. I am so sorry to hear this. My prayers are with you all. Seth, my heart breaks for you. Your mom was a great friend when you were growing up.

  5. Very sorry to hear of Jaymie’s passing. Had the honor to serve with her in Ramadi. Lost track of near everyone after. But for that brief period of all our life’s together, where we packed what felt like 10 years of life in one, we were a tribe and she was the respected medicine woman we all know had our back. I pray she is resting in peace and her family and freind find comfort. Respectfully, N. Lahti

  6. May your soul be at peace. May your loved ones find healing for the pain of losing you. We love you and will miss you.

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