In Memory

Julie Morrison

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12/17/08 01:37 PM #1    

Katie Kirchman (Schopp)

Does anyone know how or when Julie passed? Me, Julie and Dawn Meyer used to have so much fun together, always sneaking out and doing things we shouldn't have. Julie was in a lot of classes with me and we always had a blast. I'm sorry that she's gone.

12/17/08 10:06 PM #2    

Gerri Paige Martin (Kimel)

Julie died from Menigitis in Tennessee. She was my first friend when I moved here from Alaska in 8 grade.. She was a good person and we also had lots of fun or trouble..

01/10/09 09:56 PM #3    

Dawn Meyer (Colvin)

OMG! I had no idea Julie had passed away! This saddens me greatly. Julie and I were really good friends for pretty much the whole time I was in Radcliff. I have wondered about her often and am crushed to learn I will not see her again. As Katie said above, the three of us had many late, great nights! Julie was one of a kind - a beautiful soul.

02/04/09 01:15 AM #4    

Rose Ottle (Street)

I can't believe Julie is gone. I was shocked when I read about it on here. I will miss her.

03/08/09 07:15 PM #5    

Terra Peterson (Blanton)

Wow. So young to be gone so soon. I knew Julie since grade school. She cracked me up eating Elmer's glue, I swear she loved the stuff! I will never forget how funny she was - once she let you get to know her. She is missed.

04/19/09 11:50 PM #6    

Christina Conway (Campbell)

Wow... it's hard to believe. God Bless.

08/22/09 06:18 AM #7    

Stephanie Wheeler (Thornhill)

Wow, what can I say. My most fond memory was riding back from some concert in a small sports car going way to fast and listening to Stairway to Heaven. We had probably too much fun than was safe. After graduation I would see her from time to time at some "get together" around the area, but none ever topped that night. The world is definitely missing a free spirit. Rest in peace Julie. Stephanie Wheeler Thornhill

09/02/09 06:02 PM #8    

Marc Michael

Julie and I had planned to come to the ten-year reunion together. We didn't make it and a few months later she was gone.

We were born two days apart at Ireland Army Hospital. We went to nursery school, kindergarten, grade school, Jr. High, High School and college together. She was my first and oldest friend and I loved her very much. Hanging on my wall is a Kalimba Julie gave me fifteen years ago.

It's nice to see some kind comments here, there were more than a few people who looked down on Julie because she had a wild side but never doubt that Julie was one of the most intelligent, kind, caring women I have ever known.

She's been gone ten years now and I still miss her.

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