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“Julie was so funny to work with. She could always put a smile on my face. Julie could always turn a negative into a positive. She was a very hard...Read More »
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“Julie was a great caregiver and often helped with my daughters care at Meadowbrook Care Center. She will be sorely missed. I am sorry for your loss. ”
2 of 21 | Posted by: Connie Christopher - Anna, TX

“The loss of a friend like you is something that can never be recovered. You have always been an important part of my life. We have always been...Read More »
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8 of 21 | Posted by: Ashton Jamison (Garcia) - TX

“You were not just my friend, you were my confidant and my source of inspiration and motivation. Though we cannot see/talk/hug you right now, you will...Read More »
9 of 21 | Posted by: Ashton Jamison (Garcia) - TX

“You are one person who has ruled every heart and affected every soul around. You were the life of our group and reason for many laughter sessions we...Read More »
10 of 21 | Posted by: Ashton Jamison (Garcia) - TX

Julie being Julie making everyone laugh and smile. “In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. ”
11 of 21 | Posted by: Jessica Barrett - Martinsburg, WV

“This news hurt my heart in more ways than one. So many thoughts and prayers for the family in the near future. May your light never stop shining. Fly...Read More »
12 of 21 | Posted by: Lynse Bryce - Shawnee, OK

“Growing up we were inseparable. You were not just my cousin you was my best friend. You were always there to make me and everyone you met happy. No...Read More »
13 of 21 | Posted by: Jessica Barrett - Martinsburg, WV

“She was so sweet and funny. She will be missed by anyone who knew her. Never knew what she was gonna say but you couldn't help but laugh. She really...Read More »
14 of 21 | Posted by: Christina Payne - Wagoner, OK

“I volunteer at Park Manor and Julie was always smiling. The residents loved her. Prayers lifted for her sweet family. ”
15 of 21 | Posted by: Denice Green - McKinney, TX

Ray of Sunshine “Julie .. thou you don't remember me , I remember you , meeting you when you were born .. Watching you grow into a pony tail little ray of light with...Read More »
16 of 21 | Posted by: Charlotte Hardesty - MD - friend

“An Angel taken too soon. So sorry for everyones loss. ”
17 of 21 | Posted by: Linds Wheeler - Mechanicsville, MD

“Julie you were really the best cousin anyone could ever ask for. You always made sure everyone had a smile on their face no matter what. Love you ”
18 of 21 | Posted by: Jenny Bryan - Freeport, FL

“Julie was my sister she had a big part in raising me ...when we were together at home or in the car going down the road she always made me laugh even...Read More »
19 of 21 | Posted by: John Lanham - Drayton, SC

“you will always be loved my friend these two months fell like a life time ”
20 of 21 | Posted by: kelly majors - allen, TX - Friend

“I am a patient at the facility where she worked. She was a very good soul and truly did help everywhere and everyone where she could. She helped me...Read More »
21 of 21 | Posted by: Debby Wood - McKinney, TX


Julie Marie Oliver June 4, 1976 -December 2, 2019 Princeton Texas. Julie Oliver left this earth and joined her grandparents in heaven on December 2, 2019. She was born on June 4, 1976 to Kenny Oliver and Linda Vliet in Leanordtown Maryland. She was the oldest child of 5 and was the first grandchild born. Julie never met a stranger. She would make any person that she met feel welcome. Julie was truly the person that would make the whole room laugh, her energy was emphatic to everyone in the room. If you asked any person that met Julie, there would be a smile on their face when they described her. Family was first for Julie. She would drop anything to help care for her family and friends. You could never not depend on Julie to be there. Julie worked two jobs at nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities to help provide for her two children. Her patients loved her so much that they would move facilities if she moved to have her take care of them. Her children were her life and she would do anything to help care for them. Julie is preceded in death by her grandparents Clarence and Maxine Vliet and James and Roberta Oliver. Those she left to remember her are, two children DeAsia 16, Darnell 12, mother Linda Vliet, father Kenny Oliver, sister Roberta Cattell (Jason), brothers Jason Oliver (Niki), Vincent Barrett and Steven Barrett (Gloria), and the father of her children Darrell Posey and many nieces, nephews and a huge family that loved her so.