Julie Marie Dubois

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Born November 12th, 1964

Died December 20th, 2020

Julie Marie Dubois, 56, of Terrell, Texas, passed away on Sunday, December 20th, 2020 after a long battle with Cancer. She was born on November 12th, 1964 the youngest of three children to Martin and Maurine Dubois. Her childhood was spent growing up in West Jordan, Utah on the small family farm. It was there that she developed a love for raising animals, which continued throughout her adult life. The later years of her life were spent in Terrell, Texas with her loving partner Genia on their small ranch. There she spent time with her horse “Big” and “Rosie” the cowdog. On weekends she loved to be outdoors with her many friends camping, attending Barrel Races and just having a good time.

She developed many friendships with her co-workers at AT&T, XO Communications & her final employer, Vonage, where she became the Senior Manager for Sales Operations.

Julie is survived by her loving partner Eugenia Landers, as well as her mother Maurine Dubois, brother Daniel (Sheila) DuBois and sister Michelle (Gary) Sherman, nephews Robert, Chris, Steven, Alex and great nephew Lincoln. She was preceded in her death by her father Martin, and nephews Michael and Derek who were waiting with open arms to receive her.

We While we are trying to make sense of things, may we also learn to make peace with things. wish many thanks to all her Dallas friends who assisted and were by her side during these final months of her life. You will never truly know how much this really means to her family.

As per her final wish, Julie will be laid to rest next to her father in the West Jordan Utah City Cemetery on Thursday December 31st, 2020 in a graveside service at 11am. There, friends and family members can gather to share a happy memory of her.

Due to the current health and safety measures being taken throughout the country, and for the safety of those who attend the service, we ask that all health and safety guidelines be followed.

Cemetery address is: 7925 South 1300 West in West Jordan, Utah

Services

Graveside Service

Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
West Jordan City Cemetery
7925 South 1300 West
West Jordan, UT 84084

Life Story Info

Post Date

Dec 29, 2020

Personal Info

Age

56
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Guestbook

Grew up with Julie. Went to Jr High and High school with her. She is such a sweetheart! Always has been, always will be. She is such a beautiful soul. Pleasure to know her and be a very small part of her life. Hugs

Kelly Passey , Draper, UT, US Dec 30, 2020

It was an honor to have known her had have Sunday brunches with her. She is missed.

KayCee Choi , Dallas, TX, US Dec 30, 2020

It was a joy to work with Julie at AT&T in Murray. She was always cheerful and willing to help others. May she rest in peace. My prayers of comfort go out to Genia and her family.

Donnetta Mitchell Dec 30, 2020

Julie you were such an inspiration to so many. Your positive attitude, inner strength, willingness to help others, love for others and animals showed through your life daily. RIP my friend.

Cindy Nottingham , Terrell , TX, US Dec 30, 2020

Rest In Peace my friend. You will be truly missed. Prayers for strength to Genia and all your family and friends.

Bonnie King , Wills Point, TX, US Dec 30, 2020

A truly beautiful soul that always had a smile on her face. Rest In Peace Julie.

Lynn Butler , Scurry , TX, US Dec 29, 2020

I only knew Julie for a short two years, but I am thankful I got to know her and will think of her often. ♥️

Christie Bell , Carrollton, TX, US Dec 29, 2020

I will miss Julie's huge smile and infectious positive attitude. She was so fun to be around.

Cheri Cogburn , Quinlan, TX, US Dec 29, 2020

When I hear the word peace - I think of Julie. We are so happy Julie was in our family for so many years! We love you. (From Genia’s family)

Beth gilmer , Paris, TX, US Dec 29, 2020

My younger sister will be greatly missed. Happy for all the time we were able to spend together. I am relieved that you are free from all the pain & now spending time with our family in Heaven. Remind grandma I was her favorite grandchild when you see her.

Michelle Sherman Dec 29, 2020

Julie, you will always hold a special place in my heart. We were there for each other during some very difficult time in our lives. I will never forget you and will alway love you.

Maurine,

I can’t even imagine what you are going through. Will always love you too.

Wendy Weaver Dec 29, 2020

Timeline


  • 1960
  • 1965

    Young Julie

  • 1967

    Julie on first horse Snowball

  • 1980
  • Jan 1989

    Julie and Nephew Michael

  • 1990
  • Jul 4, 1994

    After NYC trip with Julie. A suitcase of just souvenir t-shirts. Best vacation I ever had.

  • Oct 10, 1994

    Julie the day she decided to move to Texas.

  • Aug 10, 1995

    Julie and Family

  • Jan 1998

    Julie and Grandma Christensen

  • 2010
  • Sep 2019

    Trip to Shreveport. Julie winning big.