Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave, San Jose, CA


Julie Lynn Hayward Wolfe

July 11, 1962July 23, 2019

Julie Lynn Hayward Wolfe was born on July 11, 1962 and passed away on July 23, 2019.


25 August

Celebration of Life in The Drawing Room Chapel

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave
San Jose, CA 95125


Julie Lynn Hayward Wolfe

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Pauline Rosa

August 20, 2019

Julie, you were always so wonderful to my sister Stephanie, such good friends. I remember always having so much fun in our youth. Although the years swept by before we all reconnected again it was so very nice for you to become a part of our life once more. You have touched so many people whether it be with a kind word, a warm hand to hold, or a loving hug❤ you have helped so many people in some of their most difficult times. May your soul be at peace and I know you will be watching down on each and every one of us in your loving way🙏❤ Angels are just ordinary people who make us believe in miracles again. I love you and you will forever be missed and never forgotten my dear friend

Cindy Evans

August 19, 2019

I met Julie when I was asked to be the Oz liason for The Women's Symposium, the year after I had gone and heard Christina Wondzilackchair. Never have I heard a more powerful speaker.
When I was asked to bring Oz women, I gave the women a synopsis about how great the day would be. 24 wkmen signed up and all but 3 cancelled due to a memorial service for a child of 1 of tbeir sisters.
3 ladies fulfilled a free entrance to this event. Their exchange rate was to be of service. Julie worked like there was no tomorrow. She worked twice as hard for the women early in reco ery that made a. Committment and weren't ready to fulfill ot.
The next year, Julie Chaired that committee. I felt like a proud momma.
My utmost respect for her is her care of her dad. The most precious amends I've ever seen. I told her that she should write a book, guiding other children how to lovingly care for an Alzheimer's parent. She did that the best ever !!❤❤ I have ❤ memories of yoh, Julie

Tanya Christenson

August 18, 2019

Julie and I met at the beginning of both our journeys in recovery. Once I got to know her we clicked because her heart is made of gold. Julie never judges but will tell you the truth only to help you but still be by your side. She always said Tanya, I wasted so many years, I'm doing everything I can now to make up for it. Our last trip to Las Vegas was a blast we tried to fit in as much as possible. We even rode the love boat Gondola together. Julie is what a true friend is. She was my sister and has a special place in my heart forever. I am a better person bc of you and an entire community of people are better people bc of Julie. I feel her presence when I talk to her or of her and when I cry I hear her say I'm ok baby don't be sad. I am not in pain anymore. Julie was an angel here and now in heaven. I love you and miss you always.

Randice Shelton

August 17, 2019

I am still in shock. Julie had such a beautiful heart and soul and just loved people no matter what. I have a card I keep in my purse that she had her mom make me. When I'm having a bad day I read what she wrote to me and it honestly helps me get through what I may be going through. I cant believe such a beautiful vibrant loving soul is gone. I wont ever forget you julie and I strive to have the heart you did.

Sandie Baca

August 14, 2019

I met Julie on Facebook almost 2 years ago. She helped me with my 18 year recovery birthday she set up the invite on facebook cause i had no idea how to do it..she helped set up my party and she stayed for awhile since she had another commitment. I was very blown away by her kindness and nonjudgemental additude towards just about everything or everyone. I will miss her hugs and fun text messages

Stephanie Bowers

August 13, 2019

❤️ Julie I’m so missing your laugh and how we always cheered each other up ! I seen that the harder you worked to achieve your goals the happier you felt you were loving life and living it ! you wanted your children in your life and working so hard towards that goal and you were so happy always talking about Lonnie Gary and little Ryder! And posting and sharing great photos of all your family I loved seeing and talking to you about them . You Were such giving caring person with always a kind word and never judged and also One who treasured people despite their strengths or weaknesses you always brought out the best in people you would reach for ones hand but touch their hearts ♥️ as you always did mine and that’s a true friend . I just know the angles looked down from heaven and in a distance they seen a shining star and Took you to where u are now your heavens angel. May you rest peacefully in the sky world missing you and love you always, grade school friends forever❤️

Andrea Woodman

August 12, 2019

A few years ago, Julie friended me on FB, then I met her at a mtg. We must have felt kindred spirits because shortly after that our relationship grew into a beautiful friendship. I loved her like my very own sister, if I had one. We recently went to New Orleans and Las Vegas. Without Julie, these trips wouldn’t have been possible. She was organized down to the last detail. I loved her kind heart and nonjudgmental ways. I believe she had a special relationship with everyone that she knew. I love her and miss her everyday.