Julia Kay Meyer

July 23, 1950April 15, 2021

Julia Kay Meyer, 70, passed away on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at home in Fort Wayne, IN. She was born in Atwood, Kansas to the late DeWayne Gosney and Betty McDoutle.

Julia drove semi-truck for 38 years, driving for Honda for 21 years. She married Robert "Bob" Meyer on July 23, 1997 and he survives. Julia was a faithful member of Heartland Church. She enjoyed riding motorcycles, gardening, and going to church. Surviving are her son, Roy Gordon; step-children, Sam (Erin) Meyer, and Ben (Crystal Glaza) Gabet; siblings, Paul (Joanne) Scoby, David (Pauline) Scoby, and Marcia (Ed) Lutz; four grandchildren; and her beloved dogs, Lady and Sophie. Julia was also preceded in death by her son, Doug Gordon; and two brothers.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date at Heartland Church in Fort Wayne.

Memorial contributions in Julia's honor may be directed to Heartland Church. Arrangements entrusted to Hockemeyer & Miller Funeral Home.


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Debbie Feighner

April 21, 2021

Julia and Bob
Have been dear friends of ours for many years. I can remember when Julia took me a ride on her Harly Davidson. She had to tell me how to lean and what to do in different situations. Julia was a very caring Lady and a very devoted Christian.
When I was real sick about 10 years ago she went out and bought me a cute pair of summer PJ's.
Another memory that has always stuck with me, is when we all went to the New Years dance. She had on a Beautiful blue chiffon dress. She looked like a Princess. RIP Julia, your veil has been lifted, and now you can Cross-Over to the other side.
You were definitely one of God's Special Angeles.
God Bless...Debbie and John Feighner and our little Cavieler St Charles Spaniel...Lucy Lynn.

Wil Babcock

April 20, 2021

Julia will be remembered as steadfast and rock solid in what she believed in, but always ready to give a helping hand when needed. I will miss her ability to be a port in life’s storms when none where available elsewhere. She will be missed by myself as well as many others.
My heart goes out to Bob.