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December 10, 2008
You were one of my first friends in Sacramento after I moved here in 1998. I'm so fortunate to have had to opportunity to meet you. Thanks for the lunches at Rastafari and the fun times (and not so fun times) we had at DOF. Can't help but feel like family after working in a place like that. I will miss you dearly.
December 10, 2008
Dear Julianne, I will miss you, your smile and wonderful outlook on life. You and I worked as a team several years and I considered you a close part of my Assembly family. You would come by to just visit, or with a smile come give me your opinion on issues we worked on. In the evening you would join the rest of my Assembly family for dinner or just to have some fun. Even after I left the Assembly you came to join our dinner gatherings. You blessed each and everyone of us with your courage and beautiful smile inspite of your pain. You taught us to share our gifts, to enjoy and share our lives with others. I will not forget your lessons. I will miss you always.

Bob Pacheco, State Assemblyman (retired)
December 10, 2008
Dearest Julie, life was short for you here on earth but the impression you leave behind will last forever. The world will miss all that you have done. I pray you now rest in peace and let God take your burden from you. Unlce Raymond and Aunt Libby may your hearts be filled with the love Julie has left behind. I love you all.
December 10, 2008
When Tex Schramm built Texas Stadium shortly after Julianne was born, he left a hole in the roof. As she was fond of reminding me, that was so God could see his team on Sunday. Ironically, this is the last season before her beloved Cowboys move to a new stadium. However, I am certain that God will be happy to give up his seats to her for their final home games.

I will miss you, baby doll. Try to look in on the 49ers from time to time, they could really use your help.
December 09, 2008
I will always remember Julianne as a reliably bright spirit in the Capitol. Although we were only work colleagues, I will greatly miss her warmth and cheer. My sincerest condolences to her friends and family.
December 09, 2008
My condolences to Julie’s family, I was very sad to hear of her passing. Although I haven’t seen her for years; I have fond memories of her when we worked together at CDSS. She was always friendly and helpful to me back in my clerical days and I could always count on her for support. I wish the family well in their time of sorrow, but remember that Julie will always be in your heart.
December 09, 2008
Julie, I pray that you rest in peace and that your spirit be with God. We shared the same name after our Grandmother Julia, you will be missed. My prayers are with my Uncle Ray and Aunt Libby and cousins Terry and Raymond Jr.
December 09, 2008
Julianne was truly a gift to everyone who met her. She always had a bright smile on her face and something positive to say. I will miss her. We were work colleagues but I always thought of her as a friend.
December 09, 2008
I only knew Julianne professionally, in that she provided staff support for a member of an advisory board in Sacramento with which we worked. However, I did observe her over her five year battle with cancer and found her to be a very sweet, caring individual who continued to put all of her energy into her work despite the great challenge that must have been. While I did not know her well, I am very touched by her passing and wish her family and friends well in dealing with her loss. I will miss her consistent, engaging personality.
December 09, 2008
Julie was such a kind, loving, friend. She alway's met you with a smile and a kind heart. I was very fortunate to know Julie throughout the 90's. Although I hadn't stayed in touch with her over the years I'll always remember the many fond memories I got to share with her. My prayers are with her family and friends during this time of loss. God bless her.

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