Demaine Funeral Home – Fairfax

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Julie Ann Duncan

October 20, 1969January 18, 2020

Julie Ann (McCutcheon) Duncan, 50, of Annandale, VA passed away Saturday, January 18, 2020 after a courageous six year battle with breast cancer. Born in Cumberland, MD on October 20, 1969, she was the daughter of the late James E. and Wilhelmina M. (Knott) McCutcheon and Margaret L. Hannon (O’Brien) McCutcheon, Frostburg, MD. Julie was a Program Analyst with the Carderock Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, West Bethesda, MD. She was a graduate of Frostburg State University, Frostburg MD. She is survived by her mother Margie Lee, husband James, daughter Megan, son Trevor, all of Annandale, brother Jim “Mickey” McCutcheon, Allamuchy, NJ, sister Lana (Marvin) Miller, Kingwood WV, step brothers Bob (Helen) Hannon, Westernport, MD and Chris (Wendy) Hannon, Cumberland MD, and many nieces and nephews. Julie was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and aunt. She enjoyed traveling extensively with her family. She was a member of the Rockville Jaycees after graduating college from which she made life-long friends. A public memorial service for Julie will be held at St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church in Annandale, Virginia on Saturday January 25th at 1:00 PM with a reception to follow in The Commons. Expressions of sympathy can be directed to Life with Cancer, c/o INOVA Health Foundation, 8110 Gatehouse Road, Suite 200 East, Falls Church, VA 22042-1210 (or via their website https://foundation.inova.org/pages/life-with-cancer-donation-form)


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 25, 2020


Julie Ann Duncan

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Trish Gallalee

January 27, 2020

Julie was one of my best friends. We met in the Jaycees and had a lot of great times. We also loved going to Train concerts. At one concert we were in the front row. The band advertised that anyone who dressed as a mermaid could get on stage. Well despite my mermaid outfit I was not selected. Julie yelled up to the lead singer, Pat Monahan "Hey, what about her!" Next thing I know I was on stage with the band. Best night ever. We had great adventures together and helped each other through rough times. I miss my "soul sister." Thanks for all you did and being my friend.

Manik Anand

January 27, 2020

I always enjoyed talking to Julie and trading stories about our kids. She always had a smile on her face at work, and was a pleasure to be around. She will be sorely missed. My thoughts are with her whole family.

Ava Neuhauser

January 26, 2020

I’d like to start off with Julie what’s an amazing mom she did it all in her capability that she could to support and nourish her children Megan and Trevor Not only was she an amazing mom to her children she was like A second mother to me I wished to hear her sweet voice saying it was lovely having you Ava after I left from hanging out with Megan Almost every day I think about most of us took Julies presents in bright smile for granted I truly wish Her family to not be frightened or upset about the passing But to commemorate everything they had with Julie -sincerely Ava Neuhauser

Cherry Nutting

January 24, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear about Julies passing away. She was my officemate in 665 in Carderock. I enjoyed her visits and the joy she shared about her husband and kids. Julie would be missed a lot! I will pray for her ohana (Family).

Jack Lee

January 24, 2020

Julie was a very nice and helpful coworker and a friend to everyone back in the days of our Carderock Code 508 Prop group. We worked hard together to support the Navy but we also had fun together too. This is very sad for everyone. We’ll all miss her friendship dearly.

J. L. Adelman

January 23, 2020

The loss of this dear person is very difficult to take. God love you and rest in peace.

Sylvia Rivera

January 23, 2020

I am saddened to learn of your loss. Julie was a great team member on some of our projects -knowledgeable, sweet, and enthusiastic. Wishing you peace and comfort during this hard time.

Dana McVey

January 23, 2020

Julie, you were a kind soul with a bright smile! You always said hello whether in the hallway, cafeteria, or just passing by on the walk back to your office from the other side of 'the campus'. Your positive energy was contagious.

Praying for eternal peace for you and strength for your family.

Cindy Clyburn

January 22, 2020

I had the pleasure of having Trevor in
my class,and he has a very loving family. I will be praying for your family. Cindy Clyburn

Stuart Henderson

January 22, 2020

Julie would always make it a point to notice any new pictures that went up on someone's desk at work. She would ask about who it was and what was the occasion and show interest just as if we were her family.
She also always made a point to come see what scarf I wore to work every day throughout the winters.
She will truly be missed.