- 47 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 25, 1968
- Date of passing: Sep 24, 2015
|Let the memory of Julie be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our dear friend, Julie Nibblett, 47, born on April 25, 1968 and passed away on September 24, 2015. We will remember her forever.
"This would have been Julie's 48th birthday...she is very missed. Thanks for remembering."
"Happy Birthday, Julie"
"Thank you to everyone who attended Julie's celebration of life. I for one came away in awe of all the wonderful supportive friends she had. I should not be suprised. Julie was one of a kind. She will be missed. Our family gathering were always enriched with her presence. Always a cheery smile and positive outlook on life. She was always there for her family."
"Thanks to all who attended the celebration of Julie's life. It was her wish that her friends celebrate her life...not mourn it. I'm sure each of you made it a loving tribute to her, thanks again. (Julie's Aunt in China)"
"Julie, I think of you every day and you live on forever in my heart! Thank you for being my friend!"
"Julie and I spent many of hours and days talking, volunteering and sharing about our children while at Gregory Gardens. She truly was one of a kind... a heart of gold, wonderful mom and a great friend to all. I am so sorry to hear of her passing."
"I met Julie at Gregory Gardens Elementary. She was so full of energy and always willing to help in the classroom or with various PTA functions. She was always someone I could count on. I'm very sad to hear of her passing."
"Julie was a great person and always a joy to be around. She was always positive and cheerful, even when the disease was ravaging her and she had to be in constant pain. She fought so hard for everyone around her, Nate and Sharon, all the kids on the baseball team and the kids in the autism community in general. Her energy and enthusiasm will be greatly missed and our community is much diminished with her loss. She is in our thoughts, as are Nathan, Sharon and Stephan. She will be missed terribly."
"Julie was one of the most wonderful persons I have ever known. I learned so much from her regarding GFCF diets, how to navigate the school system, and other autism-related tips. She had a wealth of knowledge. I always admired the patience and love she showed her family. But underneath the soft exterior, she was a warrior mom. She fought hard for Nathan, for Sheron, and for Stefan. She fought her own illnesses with such bravery. As the team mom on our baseball team, she thrived in the role. Later, when her illness was taking its toll, I felt guilty asking her to do the job, but she insisted on doing it. I will certainly miss her in that role, but more than that, I will miss the friendship and support she always gave me. God bless you, Julie."
"Julie was a very kind person. We were so lucky to have her as a volunteer at Gregory Gardens. I am heart broken to learn of her passing."
"I still struggle to accept that wonderful, enthusiastic and vibrant Julie is no longer with us. Julie and I got to know each other in our early days in the autism trenches. She was so generous with her time, tricks recipes and endless energy and goodwill. Together we celebrated milestones and navigated pesky school situations. I could trust her with my dreams and tears, She would offer, not only a listening ear, but also a gentle nudge. And she could always make me laugh. Julie, I was blessed to know you. I salute your grace, generosity and warmth. I miss you, my friend."
"I had the honor of sharing a baseball field with Julie and her family the past two years. Her devotion, courage and generosity brought us so much joy and inspiration.
I will miss our conversations about baseball, Udi's, gluten free recipes and our children.
I will always look at our team photo from this past season with great fondness. I am wearing her baseball cap she loaned me. I told her I thought her NorthFace hat was much cooler. :)"
"Julie was my niece, and her passing has left a void in my life that can never be filled. I want to thank her friends, you are a lasting tribute to the life my niece lived. Her years were cut short, but her impact will be felt for a long time to come...blessings to each of you."
"Julie has been such a kind and generous friend since Nathan and Sean were in school together at age 3, 11 years ago. She was always so warm and supportive and celebrated every step of Sean's growth with us. In those early years of navigating the world of autism, Julie was a true friend. We laughed and cried together as we learned and accepted the challenges our sons were facing. We took classes together, attended support groups, shared tips on everything from the gf/cf diet, where to find gluten-free matzoh, to how to get the boys to sleep, ABA, special activities. I will always remember swim lessons, baseball, the special needs nights at the Walnut Festival, waiting in line at 3:00 AM to get the boys into sleep away camp, Julie was someone I could always count on, trust Sean with and know she would try to be there to help with anything I needed. Julie was a dear and generous friend to so many, an advocate for all children with special needs, a loving mom, hard worker and had a wonderful and silly sense of humor! She inspired us with her positive attitude and even when struggling took time to ask how we were doing and to notice important things about our lives. We will always remember Julie and miss her dearly!"
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