Julie Anne Willoughby
September 11, 1956 – September 27, 2019
Julie Anne Willoughby September 11, 1956-September 27, 2019
Julie, age 63, passed away Friday, September 27, 2019, at her home in Renton. She was born September 11, 1956, in Nebraska, to Emil Charles Krikac and Betty (Strong) Krikac. She devoted most of her life taking care of her mother and being a loving homemaker. She was always present in her children’s lives. Family and friends were Julies passion and delight. She was very involved in her in-laws’ children’s lives. Her door was open to all. She was a remarkable cook and enjoyed preparing meals for her family and friends, especially over the holidays. She adored her grandchildren. She showered her grandchildren with her joy and love. She taught them the true meaning of family and the true meaning of being a grandmother. She was a very enjoyable aunt. She was happily married for many years. She enjoyed gardening, crocheting, watching Sci-Fi and thriller movies. She was a sweet and kind wife, sister, aunt, daughter, mother, grandmother, mother in-law, and friend. She was always there to listen. Mother and daughter were best friends. Julie requested to be cremated and have her ashes scattered in the ocean. Which was her favorite vacation spot. Julie is survived by her beloved husband Daniel Chester Willoughby who loved her unconditionally, daughter Sara, son Wes, father Emil, sister Susan, grandson Sean, grandson Chaz, granddaughter Brooke, granddaughter Leena, and niece Savannah.
She will be deeply missed and always remembered in our hearts. Our memories of her will be forever treasured.
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Julie Anne Willoughby
October 9, 2019
In the early 1990s I used to love playing cards with Aunt Julie! Skip and I would bring Cody and Savannah over when they were babies put them in the living room sit at the table and start dealing the deck! Aunt Julie always had a twinkle in her eye and a smile ready to share! I'm really going to miss seeing her sitting outside on the porch drinking her iced tea! It seemed like she was always a special part of my life. Either when I was little she babysat me and when I got older and had kids she watched my kids. She was definitely a caregiver! You know she even bought my wedding dress when I married skip! She's the one who helped me get everything ready she was like a sister back then an older sister! There's just no love you can describe between a niece and her aunt it was very special and I'm going to miss her I know we all will.