OBITUARY

Juliet Mowrey

August 1, 1969December 5, 2018
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Juliet Deirdre Mowrey, age 49 of Johns Creek, Georgia, passed away on Wednesday December 5, 2018. Juliet was born on August 1, 1969 in Rochester, New York, a daughter to Mr. Thomas Mowrey and Mrs. Mary F. Mowrey-McKee.

Juliet completed her high school education from Victor New York High School where she played flute (1st chair in the high orchestra) and varsity softball. Following she attended SUNY Potsdam and The College at Brockport, belonging to Agonian Sorority at SUNY Postdam. Her professional working career was spent as a Graphic Artist for Coca Cola, specializing in flash animation. Juliet also was a subcontractor for the CDC as a professional writer. Some of her favorite hobbies included, graphic arts, volunteering, spending time with her dogs and cats, listening to the Indigo Girls, and most importantly spending time with family. One of her most fond volunteer experiences was with Americore during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Juliet was a wonderful daughter, sister, aunt, and friend; she will certainly be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Along with her parents, Juliet is survived by, step-father, Leonard McKee; twin sister, Elisabeth Jennifer Mowrey; sister, Susan Mowrey Sessoms and Bill; half-sister, Tess Mowrey; step-siblings, Kathleen McKee Beard and Eric, Kevin McKee and Beth, and William; numerous nieces and nephews including Ryan Flowers, Caroline Sessoms, Isabella Sessoms, Alex Beard, Ian Beard, Oriana Beard, Kelly Kubiak, Sean McKee, Casey McKee, Roger Cole, Kailee McKee, Alissa McKee, Sarah McKee; Uncle, Thomas Flowers and Connie; Aunt, Mary Raddock and Frank; Uncle, Richard Mowrey and Eta; John Mowrey and Wendy; and several cousins, extended family members and friends also survive. A Memorial Service to honor the life of Mrs. Juliet Mowrey will be held at eleven o’clock in the morning on Saturday, December 8, 2018 in the Chapel of Roswell Funeral Home with Chaplain Keith Guyton officiating. A reception with the family will follow at the funeral home.

In lieu of customary remembrances the family request donations be made to, National Association of the Deaf, 8630 Fenton Street, Suite 820 Silver Spring, MD 20910 or NAMI Northside Atlanta P.O. BOX 244043 Atlanta, GA 30324.

Please visit www.roswellfuneralhome.com to share memories and leave condolences with the family.

The funeral services for Ms. Juliet Deirdre Mowrey have been entrusted to the care of Rowell Funeral Home, 950 Mansell Road Roswell, Georgia 30076

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Debbie Rosenfeld

December 11, 2018

Dear Mary,
Thank you for letting me know about Juliet's passing and allowing me to share your loss! I loved this tribute to her because I was able to see what a lovely woman she became having last seen her as a little girl. I remember how adorable the twins were and Susan as well and how hard your life was for a time. I was so happy to learn of your second marriage and to see how full your life is again. May you be surrounded by loved ones in the months and years to come and may the pain of such a loss diminish gradually so you will only be left with all the good memories. Love, Debbie

Mary McKee

December 8, 2018

I am so very sorry for all of your loss. I had so many great memories with Juliet and the whole family. My heart melts for all of you.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Love, Mary McKee 🙏🙏❤️

Stacy Murphy Damon

December 8, 2018

Add a memory.. Jul where do I start, how do I pick? You, Lisa and your family were such a huge part of my life . My heart is broken knowing you are gone, I love you sweet friend. May you Rest In Peace until I see you again .

Corinne Tudman

December 8, 2018

Jul, my heart just is not believing that you’re gone.
Lisa and Jul were my first real friends at college; after meeting them my junior year, I finally felt like I wasn’t alone there. The memories I have bring smiles to my face but now, a sharp pang to my heart.
Praying for peace and healing to all who knew, loved, and were loved by this beautiful girl. Special love to you, Lisa.

Renee Prince

December 8, 2018

Some of my most beloved memories I have are spending time with your family as a child. I am heartbroken at this loss and am keeping you all in my love as you heal.
Juliet will be missed 💙🙏🏻💙

sharon lambert

December 7, 2018

Dear Mary, I am so sorry to hear about Juliet. Cannot imagine how you're feeling just now. You are definitely in my thoughts & prayers! Sharon L.

jean douthwright

December 7, 2018

Mary... I remember Juliet as a four year old in your 19th ward home, I think on Post Avenue. Many hugs to you, your daughters and Mac. So sorry. Love, Jeannie Douthwright

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Biography

Juliet Deirdre Mowrey, age 49 of Johns Creek, Georgia, passed away on Wednesday December 5, 2018. Juliet was born on August 1, 1969 in Rochester, New York, a daughter to Mr. Thomas Mowrey and Mrs. Mary F. Mowrey-McKee.
Juliet completed her high school education from Victor New York High School where she played flute (1st chair in the high orchestra) and varsity softball. Following she attended SUNY Potsdam and The College at Brockport, belonging to AGO Sorority at SUNY Postdam. Her professional working career was spent as a Graphic Artist for Coca Cola, specializing in flash animation. Juliet also was a subcontractor for the CDC as a professional writer. Some of her favorite hobbies included, graphic arts, volunteering, spending time with her dogs and cats, listening to the Indigo Girls, and most importantly spending time with family. One of her most fond volunteer experiences was with Americore during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Juliet was a wonderful daughter, sister, aunt, and friend; she will certainly be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Along with her parents, Juliet is survived by, step-father, Leonard McKee; twin sister, Elisabeth Jennifer Mowrey; sister, Susan Mowrey Sessoms and Bill; half-sister, Tess Mowrey; step-siblings, Kathleen McKee Beard and Eric, Kevin McKee and Beth, and William; numerous nieces and nephews including Ryan Flowers, Caroline Sessoms, Isabella Sessoms, Alex Beard, Ian Beard, Oriana Beard, Kelly Kubiak, Sean McKee, Casey McKee, Roger Cole, Kailee McKee, Alissa McKee, Sarah McKee; Uncle, Thomas Flowers and Connie; Aunt, Mary Raddock and Frank; Uncle, Richard Mowrey and Eta; John Mowrey and Wendy; and several cousins, extended family members and friends also survive.