Jackman, Maine

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thank you for the last 15 yrs. wait for us Bill and Ralphie

Julie was a wonderful woman and she will be missed.

My deepest sympathy to John Roberts and his family.

My sincere sympathy to all of Julie's family. I had the great pleasure of knowing Julie through aunt Ginny and uncle John. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

God has taken another Sweet Angel to be with him. Julie was always smiling and always took the time to ask how I was and Ron. She loved her large lobsta's. It is hard to lose a loved one but we know they are in a better place and pain free. God Bless her Family.

The worlds best mother left behind six children. six children she raised the best way she could. she was so proud of all six of us because no matter how many times we messed up we learned from the best and picked ourselves up and learned from the wrongs. no words can describe the loss of my mother because it changes everything in life for me and my three children. i will keep the life of my mother in my children though because she was worth it. I am the mother i am because i learned from #1....

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.

Julie my dear friend. The ones who were fortunate to know you were nothing less then blessed.Betsy and I were some of those fortunate people. Great person, Great Lady, Great friend.Forever you will be missed. To all her children, grandchildren and beyond, our sincere sorrows for your tremendous loss. Our smiles to you as well, as you carry on her legacy. A legacy unmatched by any.

Such a great lady inside and out, you will be missed. Your legacy will live on through your many children and grandchildren


JULIE's Obituaries

JACKMAN -- Julie M. Dubay, 68, died Jan. 10, 2013, at a Boston hospital after a courageous battle with a long illness. She was born May 1, 1944, in Portland, the daughter of Otis E. Lunt and Pauline E. (Toothacker) Ginther.

Julie lived in a variety of places throughout her life, spanning from...

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