Julie A. Delarge

May 5, 1967February 15, 2021
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A Memorial Mass for Julie A. Delarge, age 53 of Ogdensburg will be held at 2:00pm on Friday (February 19, 2021) at Notre Dame Church with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating. Entombment will follow at Foxwood Memorial Park. Julie passed away at her home on Monday (February 15, 2021) following a recent illness surrounded by her loving family.

Surviving is her mother Lorraine (Delarge) LaRose; a brother Steven (Roxanne) Delarge of Clifton Park, NY; three sisters Dawn (John) Hicks of Rochester, Martha (Rick) Anderson of Ogdensburg and Diane (Scott) Smith of Michigan; along with numerous nieces and nephews and friends.

She was predeceased by her father John, a brother David, and a step-father Francis LaRose.

She was born on May 5, 1967 in Ogdensburg NY, a daughter of John Delarge & Lorraine (Martel) LaRose. She graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy and continued her education at SUNY Canton where she obtained an associate degree in science.

Julie worked as a cook and restaurant manager in local establishments including the Edge of Town, The Lodge, Ivy Ridge and most recently the United Helpers Nursing Home. She was a member of the women’s golf league and enjoyed boating, golfing, socializing with friends and her sports cars. Julie loved her family, the residents of the nursing home and her dogs over the years.

Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley, US Hwy 11, Potsdam, NY 13676. Condolences and fond memories can also be shared at


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Francine Naccarato

March 2, 2021

Julie was my tennis and pickleball buddy. She was a fierce opponent; she had to 'kill' every ball! She never gave up trying. I do know she was an excellent golfer who held several titles all over the north country.‼️
And then there was food; restaurants and United Helpers. Julie took care of people, my own mom included.always trying to please and make life a little happier-through food!
I can’t believe she’s gone-probably to a large golf course in the sky. Play well Julie! 😘 I miss you.

Penny Sharrow

February 28, 2021

To the entire Delarge Family -

Julie was a special kind of person, friend and talented athlete that I had the pleasure to coach. A unique individual gone way too soon. My deepest sympathy and prayers for you all at this time.

Sincere condolences -

Penny Sharrow

Ellen Seidman

February 20, 2021

I was sad to hear about Julie's death. She was such a calming presence during meal time at the nursing home when my mom was there. She had that dry sense of humor and was so kind to all the residents.

Bridget Dolan

February 19, 2021

Jul, It was a beautiful service. So many from every walk of life, just shows the impact you made on so many lives. Throughout the service I couldn't stop thinking about the time we ran into you at the golf course and you were telling us about mowing your lawn and coming across a snake. Most people would run over the snake with the riding lawn mower or use the mower to get away from it faster. Not you, you jumped off the mower and ran. I'll never forget how hard we laughed. Whether we ran into you the next day or years later, it always felt like we didn't miss a beat. Will miss your smile. You still calling me Bird after 35+ yrs, I will miss that! Keep smiling and laughing.

Julie Degone

February 19, 2021

I knew Julie through golf. She played for Ogdensburg and I played for Canton. There were times at tournaments when there would be confusion as our names were so similar. The Ogdensburg team was always at a loss when she had a conflict and couldn’t play for the team. I remember Julie as someone who always had a friendly smile. I never heard her say anything unkind about another golfer and believe me there were those who indulged in that behavior, but not Julie. She was a talented golfer. I was so sad to hear of her passing. I hope you will take comfort in that she was such a good person.

Diane Smith

February 19, 2021

Seaway festival race, Julie was way ahead of Us💕

Sharon LaVigne

February 18, 2021

Lorraine and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You have many memories to keep her in your heart.

Terry Grennon

February 18, 2021

Jules - it's taken me all week to be able to do this. We shared so much through our ten years of working together - good times and bad - but always friends in the end. From our antics to co-workers to our endless conversations about everything - they forever hold a memory for me. We've laughed, cried - we shared so much with each other. My heart is broke. An unexplainable ache. So much emotion. I will never forget your last words to me in the hospital - when I was going to leave and the Nurse said that you were calling my name. I went back and asked "what do you need Jule" - and you said in the faintest of faintest voices - "I love you Ter" - and I said "Jules - I love you too."
Rest in Peace my friend - run free with Noahie and Sasha
Forever and a day my friend

Jan Jones

February 18, 2021

Lorraine, Martha, Rick and family,

I was so sad to hear of Julie's passing. Julie and I had many laughs on and off the golf course. We would have long talks about many things always ending in happy laughter.
Rest in peace my friend❤

Michelle Matthews

February 17, 2021

I am very sorry to hear about Julie’s passing. She was a wonderful person with a huge welcoming smile and I will miss her. My condolences to her family and friends.