Julie Green Funeral Notice

Julie Green. 18.06.1958 – 19.12.2018.

 

Family and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service for Julie Ann Green,

to be held in the Wilson Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery,

Friday January 4th, commencing at 11.15am.

 

Published in the Herald Sun on 26/12/2018.

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A poem by David Harkins:

You can shed tears that she is gone,
Or you can smile because she lived,
You can close your eyes and pray that she will come back,
Or you can open your eyes and see all that she has left.

Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her
Or you can be full of the love that you shared,
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday,
Or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday.

You can remember her and only that she is gone
Or you can cherish her memory and let it live on,
You can cry and close your mind be empty and turn your back,
Or you can do what she would want: smile, open your eyes,
love and go on.

 

Julie Green – in the care of Crane Funeral Services.

 

Julie will be sadly missed and always remembered. She missed Jason dearly and will at least now be able to be reunited with him.

 

Please find at the bottom of this page an online space to leave your personal tribute to Julie, or to pass on your condolences and best wishes to her family. Extended family and friends are invited to leave a condolence / tribute for Julie at any time of the day or night. We have found that these touching tributes are warmly received by families who have experienced the grief of losing a loved one. If you would like more information about our funerals, feel free to look through our site. Contact us on 03-5977 7198 or 04477CRANE if your require further assistance.

10 Tributes

  1. Karen Green
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    The Importance of a Sister
    By Shiva Sharma

    A sister is someone who loves you from the heart,
    No matter how much you argue you cannot be drawn apart.
    She is a joy that cannot be taken away,
    Once she enters your life, she is there to stay.

    A friend who helps you through difficult times,
    Her comforting words are worth much more than dimes.
    A partner who fills your life with laughs and smile,
    These memories last for miles and miles.

    When she is by your side, the world is filled with life,
    When she is not around, your days are full of strife.
    A sister is a blessing, who fills your heart with love,
    She flies with you in life with the beauty of a dove.

    A companion to whom you can express your feelings,
    She doesn’t let you get bored at family dealings.
    Whether you are having your ups or downs,
    She always helps you with a smile and never frowns.

    With a sister you cannot have a grudge,
    She is as sweet as chocolate and as smooth as fudge.
    Having a sister is not just a trend,
    It is knowing you can always turn to her, your best friend.

    Miss you Julie and love you always. Rest in peace now, be with Jason, Mum, Dad, Arnie, Grandad and Nannas, Kevin, Lyn and fly free.

  2. Lorena viloria
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    Hello Julie happy now because Jason is with you now. Thanks for everything.May you rest in peace.We love you

  3. Judy Haynes
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    Beautiful lady with a heart of gold. Missing you already m.

  4. Sandra Sheridan
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    To Karen Wendy and Family, we were very sorry to hear of the passing of your sister/auntie and my dear friend Julie. Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time. I will miss our visits, chats and laughs and cherish the memories of the times we shared. Julie showed great courage in adapting to her illness and challenges along the way. Tied and weary she made no fuss. She tried so hard to stay with us. God sent his angels and said, “it’s time to go”. May the memories you have help comfort you. Julie will be sadly missed and is now resting peacefully. Reunited with her son Jason and her Mum and Dad. With Deepest Sympathy Love From Sandra, Peter and Family.

  5. Wendy Green
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    Julie, my Big Oldest Sister, Oh my heart aches as you leave this earthly plane. I have so many fond memories, especially those back when we were both young. You drew me under your wing, taught me the beauty and happiness of many an old song from folk, to rock, to blues. I will always be indebted to that. I can hear ‘Neil Young; Harvest Moon now as I write. We had many good times with your old ‘hippie’ friends. Your love for Jason was a highlight in your life, and the loss weigh heavy on your heart. You had a charismatic personality and like mum, loved a chat. Well your reunited now and with Jason, and Dad, and others long gone. Be at Peace, and know you are always in my heart forever. Love also from Cassie,Matilda, Oliver and Taj…. Love you Julie, fly free!!

  6. Wendy Green
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    Julie, my Big Oldest Sister, Oh my heart aches as you leave this earthly plane. I have so many fond memories, especially those back when we were both young. You drew me under your wing, taught me the beauty and happiness of many an old song from folk, to rock, to blues. I will always be indebted to that. I can hear ‘Neil Young; Harvest Moon now as I write. We had many good times with your old ‘hippie’ friends. Your love for Jason was a highlight in your life, and the loss weigh heavy on your heart. You had a charismatic personality and like mum, loved a chat. Well your reunited now and with Jason, and Mum and Dad, and others long gone. Be at Peace, and know you are always in my heart forever. Love also from Cassie,Matilda, Oliver and Taj…. Love you Julie, fly free!!

  7. Karen Lynch
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    Julie I’m sure your beautiful son Jason welcomed you with his loving arms to the after life. May your hearts sing together !!
    Sending much love to your sisters, nieces, nephew and all those that love you and will miss you 🌹🌺🌸🥀🌼💐 I’m glad I had the honour of knowing you ❤️😍

  8. John Robbins
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    You Walk with the Angels Now Cuz
    Love always John Robbins

  9. Duy Nguyen
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    May you rest easier now and be with Jason who you dearly missed.
    My deepest sympathy from Duy Nguyen

  10. Glenn McBlane
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    Rest in peace Julie, you had a heart of gold, memories of you Marlene and dad having a bet on the horses.
    Love Glenn

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