When the doctors told her that she needed to get her affairs in order just before Christmas, Julie asked for help in ensuring her 3 young children would be able to one day attend college. Not finishing college herself, Julie wanted her children to complete their college educations so they would be well-prepared for life.
Julie’s mission in life was to have fun and make others laugh. She loved and always spoke of “her babies” (referring to her 3 beautiful children). Her passions included acting and wearing magnificent costumes and accessories. She grew up as a competitive roller-skater and was a regular in San Antonio skating competitions. At an early age, Julie wanted to learn to ride horses. But she was scared. One minute into her very first riding experience, she was thrown to the ground like a sack of sweet feed. With little prompting and a fiery look in her face, she climbed back on the steed and took control. Julie’s life was one of strong passion and resolve and her unwillingness to give up.
To the very end, one of Julie’s greatest dreams was to be able to provide a college education for her 3 children Hunter, Parker and Hadley.
In lieu of flowers, a Go Fund Me page has been created to accept donations that can be held in trust until her children are able to attend the college of their choice.
A small memorial service will be held for close friends and family. She is survived by her 3 children Hunter Wilson, Parker Wilson, Hadley Wilson, parents Alan and Lisa Warren, sister Miss Katy Warren and boyfriend Raymond Berger.
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