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Julie Gillard

03/28/1964 - 03/13/2020

Obituary for Julie Gillard

Julie M. Gillard, age 55, of Toledo, OH passed away peacefully at home on Friday March 13, 2020. Julie was born on March 28, 1964 to Gary and Sharon Gillard. Julie was an avid Nascar fan and loved Jeff Gordon #24. Elvis Pressley stole her heart at a young age. If anything was playing on her radio, it was country or rock music; Julie went to many music festivals and concerts throughout her life. Ted Nugent was Julie’s soul brother. Julie was a very religious and spiritual woman and would speak the gospel with anyone who listened, especially sharing the love of God and Christ with her grandchildren.
Julie was preceded in death by her Grandparents, Ralph and Lela Stokes, Parents, Gary Gillard and Sharon (Gillard) Pettis. Julie is survived by her 2 younger brothers, Keith and Gary Gillard, 4 children, Roger Guenther, RoseAnne Guenther, Rain Gillard, and RayLyn (David) Imhoff, her 12 grandchildren Kayson (Peanut), Valaysia (Peeky), R’Lonte (Puggy), Ernest (Pip Pip), Jimmy, Raymond (Pudge ‘em butt), Jackson, Eden, Gabriel, Landon (Punky Chunk), Addison (Princess Pouty), and Emerson. Julie also leaves behind two best fur babies, Hezekiah and Danger.
Services will be held for all friends and family at a to be determined date.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted with Habegger Funeral Services.

Habegger Funeral Services is humbled and honored to serve the Gillard family. We invite you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.habeggerfuneralservices.com

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Jewels was unforgettable, i mean that in every sense. She told a story with animation, i swear she had to of so speck of Italian in her because without talking with her fingers clinched finger tips together. I have no one fond memorie, every memorie was unforgettable. She was one special lady, I'll sure miss you !!
- Cheryl Smith
It should be said how big of a animal lover Julie had been. Literally tons of pets of the years. Everything from lizards to birds with dogs always the favorite, I believe. The memory I'll share was when I turned eighteen and moved out of my parent's home. I was able to finally own a dog. Julie researched and came up with some Greek goddess name of geha. Forgive my spelling of it but, she had explained all about this goddess and convinced me to name my female Rottweiler Geha. After some time I had signed a contract to join the Army. She then took in that dog for me as I went off to basic training. I'll always be grateful she was able to make that one less worry for me as I left for the Army.
- Douglas Loss
Still can't believe it....bruh I don't understand why everybody always got to leave, it's not fair! At all! But you'll believe you're in a better place and maybe one day I'll believe that too. I'm worried about the dogs, I wonder what's going to happen to them now there guardian is gone. R.I.P
- Valaysia Walker

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