Julie’s Story

Site created on November 29, 2018

So the journey of life has many twists and turns. Always an adventure. Some people say God never gives you more than you can handle. But you know what I think? I think He does give you more than you can handle, so that you will NEED HIM. 
On Monday, November 26th I had surgery to remove a tumor that turned out to be baseball size . It has been diagnosed as Sarcoma, which is a more rare form of cancer. I am ready to tackle this but researching ways to avoid chemotherapy. If you know cancer secrets, please let me know.

Newest Update

Journal entry by Sue Martin

Julie’s funeral service will be at 1 pm on April 25th, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1200 E 5th St., Arlington, WA. 

Her burial will be at 10am on April 27th in Wenatchee at the city Cemetery, located at 1804 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA.

Memorials may be made to:
CASHMERE CARES-No Child Left Behind, 210 S. Division Ave., Cashmere, WA. 98815
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