Julie Gibson
Julie Klein Gibson

Julie Klein Gibson, 77, of San Francisco died peacefully and comfortably on July 23rd 2015

Julie, a San Francisco native, loved learning. She attended Lowell high and completed her undergraduate and doctorate degrees in political science at Scripps College in Claremont. She then taught at the University of Fairbanks. Through out her life she stayed in touch with her friends, which meant a lot to her. She had a long career working in Human Resources for the City and County of San Francisco, where she found deep satisfaction helping people get and keep jobs. When she retired, she continued furthering her education, and spent time with her family and friends. Her life was dignified and strong.

She is survived by her son and daughter in law, Simon Gibson and Amy Hyde; her grandsons Max and Noah Gibson; her niece Alison Lyon (Robert) and their children, Robert and Nicole; her younger brother Henry Klein (Karen) and their children Jeffrey (Shannon) and Justin (Julie); and her sister Renee Ramsey. She is predeceased by her sister Jeanne Sommer.

Contributions in her memory can be made to the San Francisco Public Library or Doctors without Borders.
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Published by San Francisco Chronicle from Jul. 26 to Aug. 2, 2015.
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julie has been my best friend since 1938the past 40 yrs. i've lived in nyc..our once a week phone calls continued..i will miss all her wisdom which we shared from grammar school, high school, collage yrs and now. my love to sister penee(renee) , simon, and family
sally mierson,weiner
July 29, 2015
My heartfelt condolences go out to all the family at this sad time.
Sally Samuels
July 28, 2015
Julie and I were friends in Forensics at Lowell so many years ago. I am so glad I enjoyed seeing her at our luncheon several years ago. I had sent her a message hoping to see her at at 60th reunion. My dear Julie, of so many years. I will grieve for you. Fondly Peggy Berry
Peggy Berry
July 26, 2015
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