I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. (Maya Angelou)
  • 59 years old
  • Born on April 8, 1959 in Minnesota, United States.
  • Passed away on February 7, 2019 in California, United States.



Funeral Service: Saturday Feb 23, 2019, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California. 

Please join family and friends at Memorial Chapel at 5:30pm. Light refreshments will follow.    

Workplace Memorial Service: Wednesday Feb 27, 2019, Citrus College, Glendora, California. 

This is an additional memorial celebration of her life, at 1pm on campus at the Center for Innovation (CI), Room 159.  For those coming in from off-campus, please use the Citrus Avenue entrance (front of college near Student Services building).

Donations: Julie E. Wong Memorial Nursing Scholarship. 

Julie E. Wong, MSN, RN, CCRN, taught nursing at Citrus College for 27 years. She dedicated her life to training future nurses and she inspired her students to become competent, caring professionals. Those who were fortunate to have been educated and mentored by her will carry memories of Ms. Wong throughout their careers. 

The Julie E. Wong Memorial Nursing Scholarship was established by her family, friends, and her colleagues in the Health Sciences Department to honor her memory and preserve her legacy. It will provide scholarships to students pursuing a nursing degree from Citrus College. Please contribute here and select the “Julie E. Wong Memorial Nursing Scholarship” under the designation drop down menu:

https://14682.thankyou4caring.org/donatenow 

Thank you. 

Posted by Howard Kaplan on July 15, 2019
I am deeply saddened to learn of Julie's passing. I will always fondly remember her brilliant mind and generous heart. When she learned through Facebook that I was entering The City of Hope for treatment of lymphoma, she swung into action by having folks donate blood in my name. Her legacy will live on through her family, the many nurses she taught as a professor, and the future nurses who will benefit from the scholarship named for her. My deep condolences to her family and all others who were fortunate to have known Julie.
Howard Kaplan
Posted by John Corbid on May 30, 2019
I miss you MJ.
Posted by Daniela Ibarra on February 28, 2019
Thank you Mrs. Wong for being the most selfless, loving, funny, and strongest nurse that I encountered. Your memories will always have a special place in my heart and mind. Thank you for setting an example for all of us to follow. May you be resting in peace. Love Daniela.
Posted by Sharon Russell on February 17, 2019
RIP Sweet Julie!
Growing up with the Nelson's we spent many days together.
Prayers going to the entire Ettesvold and Wong Family.
Sharon Brown Russell

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