Julie passed away on the 25th March 2021 following a battle with cancer, and a year on from her initial diagnosis. Julie was, and will always be, an inspiration to the people who knew her. She had a brilliant sense of humour, was devoted to her family, and gave up so much of her personal time to helping those around her who were less fortunate. Unfortunately, fate dealt Julie a series of blows during her short lifetime, but she tackled these with strength and positivity. Her beloved daughter Emma died in December 2020, following a four year struggle with breast cancer. St. Peters Hospice played a vital, caring and supportive role, helping Emma during her terminal illness and at the end of her life. St. Peters Hospice has suffered greatly due to the pandemic, along with all charities whose essential work is funded by voluntary donations. It was Julie’s wish to raise as much money as possible for St. Peters, as a gesture of thanks and recognition for all they do at the Hospice and within the community. Julie was especially grateful for the respite and end-of-life care they gave to Emma, particularly as her own health had deteriorated during these final few months. Julie herself had come to terms with most likely having to travel that very same journey, but this was not to be, as she died whilst still receiving medical care in hospital. If anyone would like to make a contribution to the Hospice in Julie’s name, please follow the link below:
So sorry to hear this sad news You were a brave lady xx
Resting where no shadows fall. Sleep tight, doll. xx
I promise I'll try not to mess up Wilsons. Hope you are at peace with Emma and the angels.