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Julia Marie McKendree
Julia Marie McKendree, 73, of Waverly, Georgia passed away at Hospice House of the Golden Isles in Brunswick, Georgia.
Born in Fernandina Beach, she was a daughter of the late William and Anna Hammock McKendree.
She graduated from Fernandina Beach High School was primarily a homemaker for most of her adult life. She had lived in Waverly for the past 19 years.
Julie was a tender hearted lady who was a wonderful and loving mother.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her sister, Ruthie Parrish and her brother, Charles McKendree.
She leaves behind her daughter, Lisa Ferguson and her husband, Keith of Yulee; a sister, Joy McKendree of Yulee; a grandson, Todd Watson and his wife, Serey of Callahan; a great granddaughter, Cali Watson and her long time companion, Frenchie Cutuil of Waverly.
The family plans a private service to remember her life at a later date.
JUDY CAMPBELL April 11, 2019
Joy and Lisa, I am so sorry for your loss. I have so many fond memories of Julia �Boots�. I pray that God bless and comfort you.
JERRIE (ROBINSON) MOORE April 11, 2019
Joy & Lisa and all of family, so sorry for your loss. I have fond growing up memories with Julie. I remember her as sweet with a fun smile and being liked by everybody.. Love and prayers from many who grew up with her. Condolences from Class of �63.,
GENIE DUGGAN April 16, 2019
So sad to read Boots has left us.
We were neighbors in high school and rode to school together each day. We had such fun in her old car we nicknamed �the bucking bronco�. The night before her first wedding Harolene and I sewed all the arm holes closed on her honeymoon clothing and repacked the suitcase. I have so many wonderful memories of her and those four years we were close.
The world is a sadder place without her infectious smile and laugh. Rest In Peace old friend. You will be missed by all who knew you.