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Edith Alice Julian

April 3, 1936 - March 3, 2018

Edith Julian was born April 3rd, 1936 to John and Mildred Miller in Utica, New York. She was preceded in death by both parents & her brother Leslie Miller. She has two surviving sisters, Marilyn Amacer and Doris Springer, both are living in New York state. She leaves behind her children Allen Julian (Amanda), Gregory Julian, Michael Julian (Monica), Lori Lambert (Ray), Jerry Baker (Tammy). She also left behind her pride and joy of her life a total of 14 grand children and 18 great-grand children. She enjoyed playing Bingo and pinochle at the Keizer Area Senior Center, also her weekend trips with her oldest son & grandson Alex.  She loved to talk about the old days of when she and her family would go to Beaver River in upstate New York and how her brother and father would let her go fishing once and if she caught more than they did on the first day they would leave without her on the second day. She was the best of both parents she was both mother and father. She would take her children to search for the best fishing holes around Oregon and Washington. She made sure that all of us kids knew how to bait a hook and clean a fish, how to cook on an open fire and to make sure that we always had a roll of TP. We went camping and swimming every summer and I can't remember a time when a friend would come over to the house as kids and she would ask if they were hungry she thought everyone needed to eat. I think some friends would just come over just to eat. She could make the best food. She could cook something up with little to nothing and everyone would ask for seconds. She may have been little but she had a very big heart. She will me greatly missed. Love you always and forever mom.

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I extend my condolence to the family. May you receive comfort to help ease your grief. There is a beautiful promise in John 11:25 that will help continue to bring comfort to you up until today and in the future days to come.

Edith was always full of such joy she will be sorely missed...

My sincere sympathy to my cousin Edith's family.  I had tried to call three times on April 3rd to wish Edith a Happy Birthday..
We had such good times together when we were much younger.  I will think about you always.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.  Olga Ryan